FinMo Competition M&A Case Competition
October 04, 2021
The CFI FinMo Case Competition is an annual financial modeling case competition that attracts thousands of finance professionals and students across the world. This competition was designed to highlight the practical skills that employers are looking for in a world-class financial analyst. Compete against analysts around the world to show that you are the best financial analyst out there!
Competition (estimated October 2021). Show your skills as a financial modeling guru and compete to be the best in the world. FinMo is 100% online.
In the case, participants will act as an M&A Adviser for the live company and provide an investment recommendation by assessing potential acquisition targets and how they align with the company’s growth objectives.
This online competition challenges participants to showcase and celebrate their financial modeling and valuation skills, knowledge, and excellence in the industry. Participants will take part in a single round of elimination over one week to test their technical knowledge of financial modeling.
Registration is open for the 2020 FinMo Case Competition (October 18th to October 26th). Show your skills as a financial modeling guru and compete to be the best in the world. FinMo is 100% online.
Prove Your Skill
Prove that you can apply the knowledge you’ve learned from your education to real business scenarios. Show that you have the skills to succeed in finance by winning this financial modeling competition.
Competing in FinMo shows your dedication and drive towards finance and signals to employers that you will go above and beyond to succeed. Ranking in the top 20 of FinMo will tell employers that you are one of the best in the world.
Solve Real Scenarios
FinMo cases cover much more than Excel exercises. FinMo case packages are designed around solving real business problems and scenarios that you will encounter on-the-job at an investment bank.
Contestants must complete five steps over a one week period. Below is an infographic of how the financial modeling competition works.