Despite the fact that artificial intelligence, automation and machine learning are so widely discussed at the moment, Microsoft Excel remains one of the most commonly used tools in any finance department. Financial Modelling continues to be one of the top skills required for Finance professionals in today’s corporates, business or even government. What does all this innovation and disruption mean for financial modellers, or anyone working in finance? What is the future of financial modelling?
Hear from financial modelling expert, Lance Rubin, who disrupted his own role as the CFO at the fintech start-up, Banjo, by using some of this technology. Lance Rubin is the CEO of Model Citizn, a Melbourne-based financial modelling consulting firm that specialises in building models across a range of sectors including social benefit bonds, infrastructure and property and financial services for companies and investment trusts. Lance whilst remaining as the CFO of Banjo is also a contractor to the KPMG Australia modelling team and has over 20 years in financial services.