Rsm Business Valuation
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Creating value is key to your company’s survival, and a deep understanding of how to measure and manage value can give you a decisive edge over your competitors. RSM’s Business Valuation programme gets you there.
Valuation: measuring and managing the value of companies
This four-module Dutch-taught executive programme helps you become an expert in measuring value, enabling you to advise or decide on corporate strategy, M&A and capital investments. In addition, you learn how to apply this expertise to value-based management: running your business or organisation with the objective of creating maximum value. You deepen your understanding of the theoretical concepts as well as develop your ability to conduct advanced financial analyses and valuations. An optional track of two extra modules leads to the title of Register Valuator.
You will learn from the wide experience of Professor Marc Goedhart, co-author of the McKinsey practitioner’s book Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies.
RSM has led the way in teaching business valuation since it launched the Netherlands’ first Business Valuation programme in 1995. The depth of knowledge and experience of our faculty ensures that you will obtain a degree of the highest quality. During the programme, you will:
- gain a deep understanding of valuation at the theoretical as well as practical level
- learn how to apply valuation skills in strategic, financial and operational decisions
- develop valuation models you can take with you and use in practice
- have personal interaction with international experts
- have the option to work towards the Register Valuator degree.
Who should attend
You will benefit from this programme, if you have experience in corporate finance and want to become an expert at valuation. Most participants work in business controlling or financial services, and have a degree in economics or management.