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Turning risk into value — literally

A Workshop by Torsten Röhner
Founder, syconomic

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About this workshop

The value of a project, investment, company, etc. is critical for making good business decisions, yet all too often we rely on kind of “esoteric” methods for valuation. In this talk, Torsten will describe a logical, systematic—and very practical—approach to put a risk-adjusted value to any kind of project, investment, etc. using simple Monte Carlo simulation. He will demonstrate how easy it is to get rid of the guesswork of arbitrary “risk premium” and use the risk information you already have in your model.

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Torsten {} is giving away the following

One lucky participant in my workshop will win 3 days of model building for developing a (prototype) planning or decision support model in Analytica. The winner can bring their own Excel or other model, or just the idea of what should be modeled. We will have an initial web meeting to specify and refine the objectives and requirements for the desired model. After an agile and rapid development, we will have one or two sessions to exploring the model and discuss potential further possibilities. The lucky winner will get the model to be used and expanded on their own.

Offered by Torsten Röhner
Founder, syconomic

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Torsten Röhner

I build financial planning and risk analysis models, and developed the syconomic Financial Modeling Framework—syFMF. I have more than 15 years of experience in financial modeling, corporate planning, probabilistic risk modeling and analysis, and corporate decision-making.


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