Equity Valuation Primer aims to give the candidate an introduction to the world of Equity Valuation and Financial Model Building

Course Brochure

This is a self paced program - where you are given access to the course material and you have to finish and clear the test in 30 days from your date of enrolment. Equity Valuation primer aims to equip analysts with the knowledge of evaluating a company using an appropriate valuation method, and the ability to build a financial model to do so. It also gives an insight into key inputs into the valuation process, and various valuation methodologies.

The program aims to cover this through the following topics over the videos

--Valuation and its need
--Major concepts of valuation
--Key methods of valuation
--Industry Analysis Concepts
--Company Model Building – Listed Indian Stock
------Assumptions Building
------Financial Statement Linkages
------Financial Projections
------Free Cash flow construction
------Final Valuation
------Sensitivity Analysis
--Introduction to Relative Valuations

The course will have an online assessment. The final Certification will be an open Online test. The program deadline is 60 days after enrollment.

In addition, the course also has an optional live project, at an additional nominal fee. This will help you apply the concepts learnt into a real world example. You will be asked to analyze an Indian firm's financial statements and annual reports.

Program Fee

Only Certification                                         Rs 4900 all inclusive
Certification + Live Project                    Rs 6400 all inclusive

Peeyush Chitlangia

Peeyush Chitlangia is the founder of FinShiksha. An Alumnus of IIM Calcutta & MNIT Jaipur, Peeyush has been in the financial services industry for the last 11 years & has extensive exposure to Equity Research & Financial Modeling.

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-- Videos access

-- Excel files used and created during the program

-- Email Support for queries

The course was as simple as it could be to follow while not leaving out the complexity that comes with a detailed, real attempt at valuing a company.

Vikram Nagarkar , Amigobulls Mediatech

I am a chemical engineer, and am majoring in finance at IIM Lucknow. Balance sheet is a brand new concept to me! This course with equity valuation has given me so much practice that i can now pretty much build a working excel model for any firm

Sowmya K , IIM Lucknow

The biggest advantage is it combines the advantage of learning on the go and the opportunity to ask questions and clarify

Gautam Maitreya , NMIMS Mumbai

I do not have any work experience. That being said I wasn't sure what area of finance I really wanted to pursue. This has been an eye opener and I am tending towards continuing with valuations. Some of what was covered was explained in a much simpler manner than what I have experienced in class. Hence Finshiksha has excelled in doing exactly that

Kulangara Varugis , Goa Institute of Management

It gave me a sense of how equity valuation is done and how to build models. Also 3 different models targeting 3 different companies helped me appreciate the complexity of the subject. It helped me learn that each sector is different and the same approach cannot be followed for multiple sectors.

Avinash Chandnani , Goa Institute of Management