Valuation

PROGRAM

Valuation




Course Dates:
22/10/2018 To 26/10/2018


Cost:
USD $ 7300

Language of Instruction:
English





Equip yourself with the most effective valuation tools so you can correctly appraise financial decisions and evaluate companies. Learn to apply discounted cash flow analysis, cost of capital analysis, risk analysis and other tools, including multiples.

Gain an understanding of the concepts of value, return and profitability under conditions of risk and uncertainty. Starting with the basics, you progress to more complex valuations.

NB. The programme assumes knowledge of basic accounting and simple financial ratios gained through professional experience or through completion of the Accounting and Financial Analysis programme.

 

Who is the programme for?

Generalmanagers

Mid-career and senior finance professionals

Executives, consultants and analysts

Businessdevelopers

Lawyers/legalpractitioners

Financial planners/advisors

Economists and business analysts

Auditors and risk managers

 

Programme focus

Project appraisal methods and their application

Interest rates

Inflation and capital budgeting

Value and strategy

Debt and equity markets

Risk and return

The cost of capital

Company valuation

Leverage and value

Financial measures of corporate value-add

 

Key benefits

Acquire a comprehensive kit of corporate financial analysis and valuation techniques and understand how to best use them

Evaluate investment projects and other decisions with financial consequences

Value companies with confidence

Understand capital market behaviour, risk and cost of capital

Apply ideas in an international context


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