This course provides an in-depth understanding of the way companies and individual investors make financial decisions. The material builds on concepts of the time value of money, risk/return analysis, and corporate finance, and makes extensive use of accounting concepts, especially the organization of the balance sheet and income statement. Course coverage centers on financial investment opportunities.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to complete the following key tasks: - Understand the relationship between the risk and the return of financial securities. - Understand the concept of market efficiency and its implications for corporate finance. - Understand the theory and practical aspects of dividends and share repurchases. - Describe the common forms of long-term financing sources, such as common stock, preferred stock, long-term debt, and leases. - Evaluate the trade-offs in managing working capital accounts.
1. Introduction to Bloomberg Terminal and related data sets 2. Review of Financials and Time Value of Money 3. Capital Budgeting 4. Risk Management and Options 5. Working Capital Management 6. Portfolios and the CAPM 7. Cost of Capital 8. Dividend Policy 9. The Valuation of Firms 10. Mergers and Acquisitions
Finance and Non-Finance Professionals, Academicians, Researchers, and MBA Students.
|Starts On||Dec 10, 2023|
|Faculty||Prof. Vipul kumar singh|
|Duration||Professional Fee*(Per participant)||GST(18%)||Total Fees(Per Participant)||Programme Code|
|30 Hrs.||17,500.00||3,150.00||20,650.00||1 24 3 41|