Tim Heng (Australia) has over 15 years of experience in developing and reviewing financial models across a range of industries and sectors, throughout Australia and internationally. He works to develop bespoke modeling solutions for business challenges, using a combination of Excel, VBA, Power BI, and database analytics.
He has worked across the world, with big corporate clients and financial institutions in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam, as well as numerous projects based throughout Africa.
Tim has been a regular presenter at conferences, training courses, and webinars for Certified Practising Accountants Australia (CPAA) and Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand (CAANZ). He is a frequent host of the Financial Modelling World Cup live competitions.
Currently, he is a Director of the Australian consulting firm SumProduct.
The topic of his lecture at the conference is: "Developing Financial Models in Power BI"
If you’ve been paying attention to the world of reporting, you will have seen many people start using Power BI for all manner of reporting – both operational and financial. While operational reporting is frequently connected directly to source systems and data presented live and in real-time, financial reporting beyond single-statement (i.e. just P&L or just cash flow) is usually done by developing your financial statements in Excel, and loading the summary of those into Power BI in order to provide charts and create dashboards.
Imagine being able to take your base financial statements, and reproduce them by product, by the customer, by geography, etc. Your limitations are restricted to the granularity of your underlying data. If you build your statements elsewhere and import them in, how can you drill down to that level of detail? In what we believe is a world first, we are rewriting the process. Come join us on the journey.
And the topic of his Мasterclass is:
“Financial Modelling and Analysis with Microsoft Excel”