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In corporate finance, the term financial modelling denotes a widely used technique of comprehensive customised quantification of a company's entire operations. Even though not mathematically strict, such models exhibit descriptive, explanatory and predictive qualities. The paper elaborates on the main steps and principles for building financial models of companies. It also identifies required assumptions and certain statistical properties of well-constructed models. Furthermore, it describesdoi:10.17535/crorr.2017.0026 fatcat:qpit342zijfkhdcoiufv6wt4qe