Who should attend
- A previous university degree: Bachelor, Master’s degree or equivalent in any discipline
- A minimum of five years’ managerial-level experience, based on the demonstration of managerial skills and potential for success within your company
- Fluency in English: courses are taught in English and all coursework must be submitted in English
About the course
The major aim of this course is to introduce participants to basic concepts, principles, and tools of corporate finance. As the financial manager acts as an intermediary between the firm’s operations and financial markets, the course also considers the financial system, financial markets, and the role of investors as well as of financial managers. Hence, the course covers financial theory as well as the application of financial models and instruments.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the general objectives and the main instruments of corporate finance;
- Use discounted cash flow (DCF) methodology in making investment decisions and valuing
- companies, stocks and bonds;
- Critically evaluate capital budgeting decisions under uncertainty;
- Appreciate the importance of relating and measuring risk and return in finance;
- Understand the technical aspects of portfolio theory;
- Use their skills for discussing capital structure and cost of capital;
- Appreciate the significance of international financial markets in making financial decisions.
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.