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Cap table modelling is the process of evaluating and creating financial models for private and public equity firms using the cap table. The cap table is a tool that allows you to create financial models for any valuation multiple times. Each time model is generated, it is placed into the appropriate bucket for further analysis. There are different types of buckets that can be created with the cap table:All the above with the exception of the bucket that is being used is included in the "cap table" of each model. When a new model is generated, it is placed into the appropriate bucket based on what kind of investment it fits into. In most cases, the equity fund is used as the main investment category.startups in the model is the cash and shareholder reporting category. This category represents the investments that have already been raised and are not yet deployed. The purpose of this bucket is to represent all cash managed investment projects that require subsequent funding to be deployed. The first reports are for the first 6 months of operation. The cap table modelling software automatically generates a series of investor reports based on the information in the cash and shareholder report buckets.The second bucket is the multi-language asset classification model. It represents multi-currency operations that have been authorised through grants, collaborations, acquisitions, mergers and divestitures. For the purpose of this bucket, there can be projects of all sizes. The models for this bucket can be generated using the same tools as the cash and shareholder reports. There are different languages that can be used in the generation of these models including Java, XML, HDIS and Roslyn.The third bucket is the real-time performance awards category. This represents projects that have been granted with an option to buy or sell equity in the future. The options that can be exercised range from an outright purchase to an option exercise price per day. These models are typically created with the intention of representing all available and upcoming equity sales by all companies.The fourth bucket is the universal financial reporting category. This represents the projects that have already been reported in the previous years' financial statements or the ones that have been reported in the year but for which the company has not received an option to buy equity. In the case of a mobile application, this is typically the case when the mobile application is not ready yet to be launched globally. This also allows for custom reports to be created for these companies.startups is the real-time valuation reporting category. This represents the investments that have already been raised in the past and the subsequent sale of stocks or other assets. For the purpose of this bucket, the term real-time is used since there is no guarantee that the valuation report produced will be real-time. There is however the option to use the delayed value report which is more accurate and timely. This approach is however often not viable as there is the possibility of significant undervaluation due to the delays in producing the reports.The Cap Table Modeling can be effectively applied to various other areas of finance where there are multiple languages or cultures. This includes foreign exchange markets, property valuations and even pharmaceuticals. As the application has been designed for multiple languages and cultures, it provides accurate solutions for all of these projects. The diversity of solutions provided is due to the fact that these models have been designed to take into consideration all the variables that are important to the investors that want to represent the business.