Comprehensive course analysis
Who should attend
VPs, SVPs, and executives in investment decision-making roles looking to build expertise in determining and optimizing their firm’s holdings and value to its stakeholders
While this course does not have pre-requisites, our team designed it for experienced business professionals. You will need the ability to use Excel for mathematical purposes. You do not need to have a finance or advanced mathematics background.
About the course
Gain critical insights into corporate finance–the fundamental framework for corporate decision-making–with Rotman’s Corporate Finance for Executives.
Combining intuition and analysis, we explore the central pillars of corporate finance. Our expert faculty will guide you through how to use valuation techniques and concepts so you can build your understanding of critical decisions that ultimately determine the value of the firm and its value to its stakeholders.
We will address questions such as
- How do you estimate the value of companies and financial securities?
- How do you determine the value of a project?
- How do you evaluate risk and expected return?
By the end of 6 sessions, you will be able to:
- Use the DCF technique to value streams of future cash flows
- Apply the NPV criterion to determine if a project will create value
- Estimate the values of business and financial securities
- Estimate the cost of equity of a company based on its beta
- Calculate a firm’s weighted average cost of capital
- Understand how leverage does and does not affect cost of capital
Gain insights into the way businesses and projects are valued and the associated concept of cost of capital. We will show you how to determine if a potential project creates value and to estimate the value of companies and financial securities.
- Day 1 Sources of Capital: Debt, Equity, etc.
- Day 2 Creating Shareholder Value – Evaluating Projects using Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)
- Day 3 Creating Shareholder Value – Valuing Businesses
- Day 4 Cost of Capital – Cost of Equity
- Day 5 Cost of Capital – Cost of Debt, Weighted-Average Cost of Capital (WACC)
- Day 6 Leverage, Cost of Capital and Valuation
Designed to Deliver Maximum Impact Virtually
Experience the power of Rotman’s virtual portfolio in achieving your goals, even in disruptive environments. We’ve not only adapted our leading open enrolment portfolio for a virtual environment, but have designed our programs to capitalize on the unique benefits offered by online settings. These programs make it easy for you to continue your growth while you navigate the current challenges of working from different environments. Access world-class faculty in live sessions for the latest research and insights, grow your connections with peers from different industries and organizations and refine your leadership strengths from the comfort of wherever you are.
Alexandra MacKay teaches in the Commerce, Master of Finance and Executive MBA programs, as well as in Executive Education including MBA Essentials and Financial Literacy for Directors and Executives. Her research interests include risk management in deregulated network industries and efficiency o...
David Goldreich is the Director of the Rotman Commerce Program and a Professor of Finance. Prior to joining Rotman, David was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the London Business School. His research addresses a variety of topics, including Treasury auctions, bond liquidity, and most notably ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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