Live Event – Financial Modeling – 02-15-22 to 02-16-22

Trying to learn Financial Modeling, but can’t figure out which way is up? Let us help!

Learn Financial Modeling, with simple, easy-to-follow visual explanations and hands-on exercises that will help you shortcut your learning process.

As with all of our courses, we skip the fluff and focus on what you really need to know.

Learn from a former Investment Banking, Private Equity, and Hedge Fund professional…and current Adjunct Professor in Columbia Business School’s Value Investing Program who has trained thousands of students.

During the session we’ll cover the following topics:

  • Modeling Best Practices
  • Model Input Data Sourcing
  • Three Statement Model Build
  • Error Proofing Your Model
  • Scenario & Sensitivity Analysis

Not Your Typical Modeling Course

We put a ton of time and effort into ensuring that you have an interactive, enjoyable (yes…Financial Modeling can be enjoyable!) experience in our live courses.

Mike has spent 15+ years in the Finance industry working with companies around the globe. After graduating from the University of Virginia, he began his career in Investment Banking at UBS LA (then run by Ken Moelis), which led to a role in Private Equity at Golden Gate Capital ($15B under management). After earning his MBA at Columbia Business School, he joined HIG Capital ($42B under management) as a Vice President and later a long/short hedge fund in New York City that grew to nearly $2B in AUM during his five-year tenure at the fund.

Throughout his career, Mike has been heavily involved in training and education. He solely trained the incoming summer Analysts and Associates as a second-year analyst at UBS LA and later trained incoming Associates at Golden Gate.

Two years after graduating from Columbia, he was invited to join the Adjunct Faculty to teach in the highly selective Value Investing Program until 2019, when he pressed pause to focus on Access Distributed, where he now leads all training activities. Mike is now launching a new course called the Equity Analyst Toolkit in Spring 2022 at Columbia Business School.

Over the last three years, Mike worked at Wall Street Prep (WSP), a leading global financial training firm. For the first two years, he was a top-rated instructor and trained over 5,000 students. In 2019, he joined WSP as a Managing Partner and co-led content development, launched the Private Equity Practice, and led nearly all custom content projects.

During his tenure at Wall Street Prep, he trained multiple Fortune 500 Companies, top-tier investment banks, small-cap through mega-cap PE funds, and some of the world’s largest hedge funds.

He’s also trained countless undergraduates ranging from liberal arts to finance majors as well as top-tier MBA students at schools including Columbia Business School, Wharton, and Harvard Business School.

Mike is deeply passionate about making training intuitive, engaging, and fun.

Session Cost: $250 $125

(Launch Year Discount)

Sitewide Pass members received a further 50% off this course.

Have questions? Email us at [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

This course is $125, but most Finance Training courses are $500-$1,000? What’s the catch?

No catch here. Our mission is to open access to Finance Careers to more people and we don’t think you should have to pay so much.

Will you limit capacity?

For this course, we’ll probably cap it at around 50 students which will allow us to answer your questions.

Will I get access to your Financial Modeling self-study course?

Yep, we’ll give you access when you sign up.

But this course is only $55 more than your self-study course?

You are correct. We want to get you live training. As much as we pride ourselves on having the best self-study training material in the industry, there’s no substitute for live training.

How is this course different than other training courses?

Most courses just run you through model-building mechanics.

We actually take the time to show you the ‘why’ behind the model build…in addition to the mechanics.

We get feedback nearly every day that our materials are some of the easiest to understand and that they helped our customers get a leg up on the job.

Hourly Schedule

Day 1

5:30pm - 10pm
Financial Modeling - Part 1

Day 2

5:30pm - 10pm
Financial Modeling - Part 2


Feb 15 - 16 2022


5:30 pm - 10:00 pm


Mike Kimpel


Mike Kimpel
[email protected]
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