Examine a series of international business case studies drawn from various industries and countries, featuring an array of financial decisions. Identify which techniques are suitable for each business situation and which need to be adapted in order to accommodate the complexities of real business.
Elevate your corporate finance decision making to a strategic level and gain the confidence to negotiate through new and emerging markets. Challenge existing mind-sets and use these insights immediately, in a profoundly effective way, to discover new approaches to corporate finance in your business arena.
Who is the programme for?
Those with extensive experience in finance, planning or the treasury area of an organisation or a financial institution. General and financial managers of corporations in all industry sectors find it beneficial, as do consultants, lawyers and other advisors of corporations or investment banks.
The programme looks at two key areas:
■ Valuing companies, using multiples and discounted cash-flow analysis
■ Investments in emerging markets
■ Cost of capital estimation in emerging markets
■ Corporate governance and information risks at the country and firm level
■ Optimal capital structure and the link to strategy
■ Corporate liquidity issues
■ Raising equity and debt capital in global markets
■ Pay-out policy including dividends and share repurchases
■ The use of project finance
■ The use of decision trees, simulations, and real options
■ Confidence to make strategic financial decisions in a range of challenging settings
■ Use specialist knowledge of corporate finance that goes beyond the technical, into the strategic arena
■ Use value-based decision making – the link between finance and strategy
■ Apply valuation techniques in global markets to discover new ways of approaching corporate finance