Course in Economic Studies in Michigan in USA

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Theory and Practice of Investor Relations

Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Campus Part time 1 week August 2018 USA Ann Arbor

You and other participants will take part in a trading simulation game in which you will act as market makers that trade against each other to try to make the most trading profits. [+]

Course Studies in Economic Studies in Michigan in USA.

* Learn to formulate a highly effective investor relations strategy * Understand factors which influence equity valuation * Explore how domestic security markets function

Who Should AttendIf you are an experienced investor relations professional, you will gain the greatest benefit from this program. Participants typically represent a broad spectrum of industries and firms and are concerned with how best to formulate an effective investor relations strategy in today's rapidly changing environment.

Learning Objectives Underlying the Theory and Practice of Investor Relations program are two key premises. First, effective investor relations strategies enhance a firm's ability to successfully compete in the capital markets. Second, without a thorough understanding of key finance and accounting concepts, effective investor relations strategies cannot be formulated. To further these goals, the program is designed to: - Heighten your understanding of factors that influence equity valuation - Explore how domestic security markets function - Consider how an analyst processes information - Examine determinants of an effective disclosure strategy - Build your proficiency in designing, implementing, and evaluating an investor relations program - Lectures, case analyses, and group discussion actively involve each participant in the learning process.... [-]


Nonprofit Board Governance — Accountability at the Top

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Campus Part time 2 days September 2017 USA Evanston Midland + 1 more

This course focuses on means and methods to enable boards to maximize organizational effectiveness. Participants will learn how to assess and improve the effectiveness of a board, the executive director and top management, and the overall governance structure of the organization [+]

Effective boards are critical to a nonprofit's success. While boards provide the legal governance structure for an organization, they rarely fulfill their responsibilities or potential.

 

This course focuses on means and methods to enable boards to maximize organizational effectiveness. Participants will learn how to assess and improve the effectiveness of a board, the executive director and top management, and the overall governance structure of the organization. Participants will also learn to better recognize typical governance problems and the best practices for dealing effectively with their successful resolution, including several drawn from the for-profit sector. ... [-]


Merger Week: Creating Value Through Strategic Acquisitions and Alliances

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Campus Part time 6 days September 2017 USA Evanston Midland + 1 more

The Kellogg School’s comprehensive Merger Week seminartakes you through the intricacies of the entire strategic merger and acquisition process. From identifying target companies to post-merger integration, you will learn the latest frameworks and tools to ensure your company’s success, and also learn to avoid the common pitfalls of M&A failures. [+]

Course Studies in Economic Studies in Michigan in USA.

Forge and implement effective, sustainable mergers, acquisitions, and alliances that create value and competitive advantage. The Kellogg School’s comprehensive Merger Week seminar—one of the oldest and most successful programs of its kind—takes you through the intricacies of the entire strategic merger and acquisition process. From identifying target companies to post-merger integration, you will learn the latest frameworks and tools to ensure your company’s success, and also learn to avoid the common pitfalls of M&A failures.

 

An outstanding faculty of leading academics and business practitioners help you learn to capitalize on opportunities that globalization and technological advancements have created in the marketplace. Topics include the search process, valuation techniques, negotiations, tax-free versus taxable transactions, joint ventures, and international M&A. ... [-]


Course in Forensic Accounting for Credit and Equity Analysts

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 USA Evanston Midland + 1 more

Learn how to “get behind” the numbers and recognize “red flags” during this highly acclaimed forensic accounting seminar. To avoid future losses, analysts must understand how financial reporting options affect income, assets, cash-flow forecasts, financial ratios, and trends—and distinguish between accounting rules and underlying economic realities. [+]

Learn how to “get behind” the numbers and recognize “red flags” during this highly acclaimed forensic accounting seminar. To avoid future losses, analysts must understand how financial reporting options affect income, assets, cash-flow forecasts, financial ratios, and trends—and distinguish between accounting rules and underlying economic realities.This advanced, sequential two-part program focuses on pragmatic implications of corporate disclosures (and non-disclosures), using critical analyses of financial reporting numbers and comprehensive lending and equity valuation case analyses as a basis for improved risk assessment and cash-flow forecasting. Part I incorporates the latest financial reporting developments and includes coverage of middle-market firms, with classes stressing earnings sustainability and its linkage to future cash flows. Part II applies the methodology to new situations and economic circumstances.The two parts are sequential. You must complete Part I before enrolling in Part II. You will benefit from taking both parts consecutively. Key Benefits During this course, you will:... [-]


Corporate Financial Strategies for Creating Shareholder Value

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 USA Evanston Midland + 1 more

Through lectures, cases, discussions, and a review of current research results, you explore important questions and help find farsighted answers as to what investments you should make, what companies you should acquire, what should be divested, and what the impact of financing strategy is on your bottom line. [+]

Course Studies in Economic Studies in Michigan in USA.

Build shareholder value by strategically planning and integrating financing and investment decisions. In this program, senior faculty in the Kellogg School of Management’s Finance Department and other leading experts bring real-world and academic experience to the classroom to review the latest techniques for analyzing and valuing financial decisions, and exploring a comprehensive framework for effectively integrating financing and investment decisions in order to maximize value creation. Through lectures, cases, discussions, and a review of current research results, you explore important questions and help find farsighted answers as to what investments you should make, what companies you should acquire, what should be divested, and what the impact of financing strategy is on your bottom line. ... [-]