Los Angeles


Nov 16-17, 2019


9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


La Kretz 120

  • 2-day financial modeling boot camp with hands-on training
  • Demonstrate financial modeling skills to employers by earning Adventis certification
  • Access to all instructional videos will be provided after the boot camp
What Makes our FMC Program Unique?

The FMC Program is an intensive, 2-day boot camp that provides hands-on financial modeling training. Adventis’ unique training style consists of having students build financial models and analyses entirely from scratch, while explaining key concepts along the way. This approach enables students to retain more concepts and develop a valuable skill set. Certified students have been able to demonstrate to employers that they have strong analytical capabilities and are ready to hit the ground running. Certified students have used their experience with the FMC Program to impress interviewers and ultimately land positions at top firms on Wall Street.

Day 1 Course Highlights
Day 2 Course Highlights
Our Trainers

Adventis trainers are investment banking, private equity and equity research professionals. They are currently working at or have worked at Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, UBS, Moelis, Centerview Partners, William Blair, Baird, and other top firms on Wall Street.

Certification Exams

Once you enroll in the FMC Program you will be able to take an unlimited amount of exams for no additional cost. We host exams on a weekly basis on campus after each boot camp. You will be given access to our exam schedule shortly after the boot camp you are enrolled in. You can register for only one exam per week. Our FMC Level I Certification requires you to build a 3-statement financial model from scratch in under 90 minutes and score at least 90% on a 30-question multiple choice exam focused on financial modeling, accounting and corporate finance concepts. Our FMC Level II Certification requires you score at least 90% on a 25-question multiple choice exam focused on key valuation and leveraged buyout concepts.