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Investment Banking Associate (Deutsche Bank)
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Remi Goncalves, Investment Banking Associate (Deutsche Bank)
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Remi Goncalves

Investment Banking Associate (Deutsche Bank)

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Former London investment banker, startup founder, I built and manage sharpsheets.io, a web app which allows entrepreneurs to build rock-solid financial projections for their pitch deck and fundraising, including free tutorials and a free plan.
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  • Christopher Akhidenor, CPA, FCA
    I am interested in your Saas Financial Model (Premium Version). From what I could see on the screen, it did not have a balance sheet or capital expenditure. Secondly, it was in Euro. Does it have spreadsheets for balance sheet and capital expenditure? Do you have a version that is in US dollars? We are a Network as a Service Provider. Will this version be suitable or do you have a more appropriate version?
    Thanks,
    Chris
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    • Remi Goncalves
      Hi Christopher,

      Thanks for your message. Let me answer your questions below:

      1/ The model does have a balance sheet in "Operating Model" tab. It has the 3 financial statements: Income statement, cash flow statement and balance sheet.

      2/ The model does have Capex in the "Capex" tab. We also calculate in this tab the resulting depreciation from capex over a straight amortization schedule which you can set in the "Settings" tab.

      3/ The currency of the model can be changed in "Settings" to USD or any other currency you like.

      4/ Any as-a-service (SAAS, PAAS, HAAS) business is suitable for the SaaS template. The only thing you need to be aware of is that you might have to build in specific Cost of Goods Sold if appropriate. For instance, if your network service comes with specific unit costs, they need to be built in (as SAAS typically doesn't have any COGS other than payment processing fees, and customer support)

      Hope this helps.

      Best,
      R
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