- Taught by Industry Veterans
- Covers Risk Analysis and Time Value of Money
- Evaluates Theories and Models for Decision-Making
Corporate finance is more complex than ever before. These courses cover the sources of funding, the capital structure of corporations, and the actions that managers take to increase the value of a firm for shareholders. They provide a perspective of finance that focuses on the components of balance sheets and income statements, the financing of a firm’s operations, and integration into the capital markets.
Gain a better understanding of and brush up on key mathematical ideas and skills required for quantitative finance courses.
This course provides a framework for understanding the fundamentals of equity research from buy-side and sell-side perspectives.
Gain expertise in the quantitative methods used by securities analysts to evaluate and to value publicly traded securities.
Examine how financial risk arises, why it must be managed, and what the consequences are of inattention to or disregard of risk management.
Acquire the ability to assess decisions for their contribution to value maximization, setting the valuation of the firm as the overall goal.
Gain an advanced understanding of corporate finance and financial management functions.
Get an overview of financial risk management and its importance in today’s global marketplace.
Gain an overview of the properties of interest rate derivatives, and examine several models that are used to price these instruments.
Learn the fundamental principles of corporate finance, concentrating on cash flow and the financing of each asset line of the balance sheet.
Examine the fundamental methods employed in valuing a business, primarily using the discounted cash flow (DCF) method.