Liam has over 30 years’ experience in financial model development / auditing, valuations, M&A, strategy, training and consultancy.
Liam has headed Ernst & Young’s modelling team in Melbourne and was a Director in their strategic valuations team in London. He was also a senior member of the UK Post Office’s M&A and strategy teams.
He has worked in the UK, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, United States and Vietnam, with many internationally recognised clients, constructing and reviewing strategic, operational and valuation models for many high-profile IPOs, LBOs and strategic assignments.
Liam has been recognised eight times as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Excel by Microsoft, one of only 84 appointed worldwide, and specialises in financial modelling.
Ken Puls, FCPA, FCMA, is a Chartered Professional Accountant, blogger, author and trainer with over 20 years of business and financial modelling experience. His passion lies in exploring tools to turn data into information, and teaching others how to benefit from them.
Ken has held the Microsoft MVP distinction since 2006 in both the Excel and Data Platform categories. He is also one of about 4% of CPA’s to be recognized as a Fellow of his accounting body.
Leila Gharani is an Microsoft Excel MVP and instructor specializing in dashboards and visualization techniques.
She is a Microsoft Certified Excel Expert and has over 15 years of experience implementing and training users on Management Information Systems of different sizes and nature.
Matt Allington is a career expert in BI and has 30+ years’ experience in using data to deliver business value. Matt is a Microsoft MVP that specialises in Power BI, Power Pivot for Excel and Power Query. He brings his business and IT experience to the table to get fast and effective results through training, consulting and general business data problem solving. Matt is the author of the book “Supercharge Power BI – Power BI is Better When You Learn to Write DAX”.