Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel: A Guide for Business Professionals (Wiley Finance)
K. Scott ProctorIf this book is of any value to anyone,it would new banking associates/management consultants who will be reviewing the work of others. Amazingly, the book contains numerous errors and inconsistencies among the various figures presented in each chapter. Tracking down the source of the differences brought back (not so) fond memories of my tenure as an investment banker. Stick with the 2004 edition as the new release will probably correct most of these errors.