Introduction to Corporate Finance
Price 1,750.00 GBP + VAT
Financial and political commentary frequently refers to issues of how companies are managed,whether sufficient investment is being made in particular sectors (e.g. manufacturing),and whether banks or the stock market are providing sufficient support to industry. From a macro perspective these are economic issues but from a micro or company perspective these can be seen as topics for which the tools of corporate finance can produce an answer.
Hence such questions as:
-Are takeovers a good thing and who benefits?
-How does a Private Equity deal work and why have several gone wrong?
-How can we “get behind the numbers” in analysing and valuing companies?
-How do banks and equity investors view company performance?
-How and why do companies list on the Stock Exchange?
are all addressed by the course,which is relevant to those working in the City as well as those who work with the City.
The practical focus of this programme will equip delegates with a sound grasp of how to apply key corporate finance techniques, understand valuation methods and enhance shareholder value.
Topics covered will include:
evaluating corporate strategy
analysing the cost of capital
discounted cash flow analysis
raising finance in equity markets
mergers and acquisitions
raising finance in debt markets
the Eurobond markets
Who should attend?
This course will be of particular relevance to the following professionals:
Corporate finance executives
Investor Relations Executives
Financial P.R. Executives
Location: London Stock Exchange
18 CPD hours: This course is accredited by the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors Regulation Authority