After two years of relative silence I am pleased to engage Enstruct again with the public. Starting toward the end of 2009 I made a strategic move to servicing only our private, in-house clients. This has been very successful method of conducting business with trainings conducted in 2010 and 2011 for major banking and investment clients in New York, Australia, and South Africa. However, during that time I received many requests for an updated public training calendar and began to understand the demand level. For that reason Enstruct is excited to run its first public course in two years in mid-2012.
In regards to other aspects of the training business there have been notable developments. The first is the publication of my fourth book: Financial Simulation Modeling in Excel: A Step-by-Step Guide, which was co-authored by my colleagues Michael Loh and Josh Laurito. Not only is this book an excellent addition to the Step-by-Step series published through Wiley Finance, but it marks the shift of delivering all electronic material through my website instead of CD-ROMs. This allows seamless delivery of electronic material to e-book readers.
Another development has been the addition of a course, which was piloted in 2011 with a private equity fund in New York City. This was largely a financial modeling course, but tailored to private equity fund investments and fund level analysis. It is the combination of updating nearly four years of our bestselling Corporate Financial Modeling course with private equity specific techniques used in my full-time investing position.
I look forward to updating many items on the website this year and disseminating information regarding our new course very shortly. As always, please feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.