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Sensitivity Analysis Template
from deck Annual Budget Financial Presentation (PowerPoint Template)

Sensitivity Analysis Template

Slide Content

The slide titled "Sensitivity Analysis Template" discusses risk assessment and what-if analysis, focusing on revenue and COGS (Cost of Goods Sold). It features two main sections of data: "Revenue" with potential deviations from -15% to +15% and the corresponding EBITDA ($) and EBITDA (%) for each deviation; "COGS" with percentages from 40% to 46% and the associated values in '000 USD. Below each section, there are illustrative icons. A "Comments" section outlines a specific scenario, breakeven at Revenue Lower by 35% and COGS of 63%.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a gradient of light blue and white, giving a clean, modern feel.
  • The left side contains two sets of data in a table format, one labeled "Revenue" and the other "COGS".
  • Each table includes rows of percentages and corresponding financial figures.
  • The "Revenue" and "COGS" sections each have a red icon, a bag of money and a calculator respectively, signifying financial elements.
  • At the top, there's a ribbon-like graphic in orange with labels "Deviations," "EBIDTA $," and "EBIDTA %," following the theme of financial analysis.
  • On the right, a larger orange rectangle labeled "Comments" contains a highlighted statement, followed by bullet points for additional text.
  • A laptop and other subtle workplace-related graphics overlay the background on the right.
  • Grey horizontal lines separate the different rows in the tables, and there are focus points with a blue fill color emphasizing a specific value in each table.

The slide has a professional and streamlined design with a clear focus on financial data. The use of icons and color highlights draws attention to key elements without overwhelming the viewer.

Use Cases

  • To present a financial risk analysis during a business strategy meeting, highlighting the impact of changing revenues or costs.
  • In a management or stakeholder presentation to discuss potential outcomes of market fluctuations on financial performance.
  • Within a financial planning and analysis (FP&A) session to evaluate the sensitivity of profit margins to different cost structures.
  • As part of an investment pitch to demonstrate the financial robustness of a business model under various scenarios.

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