Course in Corporate Finance in London in United Kingdom

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Corporate Finance

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Corporate finance studies how businesses manage their financial state with assets and liabilities. This consists of internal concerns and interactions with stockholders. Some subjects studied include risk, valuation, stocks and dividends. Career options in this field include banking and risk management.

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Advanced Corporate Finance

London Business School
Campus Part time 5 days August 2017 United Kingdom London

The course will take you into the realm of complex financial decision-making and teach how to identify the standard tools. [+]

Programme overview

Learn how to tackle intricate valuation and corporate financing decisions effectively

Advanced Corporate Finance will take you into the realm of complex financial decision-making. You will be confronted with a series of real business case studies drawn from various industries and countries which feature an array of financial decisions.

The aim is to identify which of the standard tools are suitable in each business situation, which are not, and which need to be adapted in order to accommodate the complexities of real business.

This being an advanced course, knowledge of standard valuation and financing tools, as covered in the Corporate Finance Modular Programme, is assumed.... [-]


Corporate Finance Modular Programme

London Business School
Campus Part time 3 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom London

The Programme enables you to acquire tools in three self-contained modules, gives you ample time to absorb the material. [+]

Programme overview 

Acquire the toolkit needed to succeed as a finance professional

Finance professionals face increasingly complex tasks in today's fast-paced business environment. To be successful, they need to master a wide range of corporate finance tools and understand how to use them.

The Corporate Finance Modular Programme enables you to acquire these tools in three self-contained modules, set six to eight weeks apart to give you ample time to absorb the material.

Financial Accounting and Analysis (module 1) explains how to read and interpret financial statements

Corporate Finance and Valuation (module 2) looks at valuation techniques and their applications... [-]


Corporate Finance Evening Programme

London Business School
Campus 30 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom London

Acquire the toolkit needed to succeed as a finance professional Finance professionals face increasingly complex tasks in today's fast-paced business environment. [+]

Course Studies in Corporate Finance in London in United Kingdom.

Programme overview 

Acquire the toolkit needed to succeed as a finance professional Finance professionals face increasingly complex tasks in today's fast-paced business environment. To be successful, they need to master a wide range of corporate finance tools and understand how to use them.

 

The Corporate Finance Evening Programme enables you to acquire these tools in three terms, with ten evenings per term (Mondays or Wednesdays).

Financial Accounting and Analysis (term 1), explains how to read and interpret financial statements

Corporate Finance and Valuation (term 2), looks at valuation techniques and their applications

Corporate Financing and Risk Management Policy (term 3), concentrates on the use of financial instruments to fund businesses and manage risk. ... [-]