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A Valuation Practitioner’s Perspective on Best Practice Financial Modelling
Most financial models contain a valuation section for investors, which usually includes the calculation of Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR). But are these metrics sufficient for professional valuation practitioners when they value an investment? What do valuation practitioners look at when they use a financial model to assess the value of an asset?

Join us to hear from senior financial modeller and valuation practitioner, Ruby Liu, who will help you to understand what a good financial model looks like from a valuation practitioner’s perspective and the key skillset required to become an expert valuation modeller. She will also share with us what her day as KPMG’s Valuation Associate Director looks like as well as lessons learned from her career.

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Feb 10, 2021 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Ruby Liu
Valuation Associate Director, Deals Advisory @KPMG Australia
Ruby Liu has more than 12 years of professional experience in corporate finance, valuation and financial modelling. Before joining the KPMG Valuation team, Ruby was the Head of Corporate Finance at TransGrid and the Lead of KPMG Sydney Modelling Practice. She has a wealth of infrastructure advisory and valuation experience and brings her unique modelling experience to advise KPMG’s clients on business valuation and investment value enhancement.
Danielle Stein Fairhurst
Principal Financial Modeller @Plum Solutions
Danielle Stein Fairhurst is the Principal of Plum Solutions, a Sydney-based consultancy specialising in financial modelling and analysis. She is the author of “Using Excel for Business and Financial Modelling”, Third Edition published by Wiley Finance 2019 and “Financial Modeling in Excel for Dummies” published by Wiley in 2017.