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Rickard Wärnelid

Rickard's passion for financial modelling is built on specialist roles in the highly quantitative fields of derivatives and project finance, a career path complemented by an academic grounding in engineering physics. Born in Sweden and with global consulting and leadership experience, Rickard is an internationally recognised authority, speaker and thought-leader on the organisational benefits of best practice financial modelling.

Are you a future leader in project finance? This IPFA webinar series is for you

BY Rickard Wärnelid ON 10 June 2016

Best practice project finance modelling training courses has been a hot topic in infrastructure and energy markets for a number of years. The International Project Finance Association (IPFA) have recently announced its collaboration with Corality to deliver a series of project finance webinars for the IPFA Future Leaders Network (FLN). The series of webinars, starting with ‘Project Finance Modelling: Essential Model Functionality for Powerful Transaction Analysis’ on 6 July 2016, will equip IPFA’s Future Leaders Network with the knowledge to create and deliver financial models that inspire confidence in all users.

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Recruitment: US expansion drives need for financial modelling consultants in Sydney, London and New York

BY Rickard Wärnelid ON 25 May 2016

Join us - we're growing!

Fuelled by increasing demand for high quality financial modelling services and training courses in the infrastructure and renewable energy sectors in the US, our New York office is going from strength to strength. To ensure that our unique cultural values are implemented from day one we are operating with long term secondments of permanent staff from other offices, which in combination with regional growth required further recruitments in coming months.

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