• Dates:

    12 - 16 June 2017
    30 Oct - 3 Nov 2017

  • Five day intensive executive programme

  • LSE's Central London Campus,

    New Academic Building,
    WC2A 2AE

  • Dr Vicente Cuñat

    Dr Daniel Paravisini

  • Tuition Fee:

    £5,795

 

Strategic decision-making in modern corporations requires executives who can skillfully apply financial analysis. This program examines state-of-the-art approaches to gauge growth, acquisition, and restructuring opportunities, which are key to creating value for shareholders in an increasingly competitive environment.

This fast-paced course uses contemporary case studies, realistic valuation exercises, and interactive learning to explore the interactions between corporate strategy and corporate finance.

The course provides an applied and practical approach to finance, enabling you to use the concepts, frameworks, and tools of modern finance to address topical issues. The programme is designed to enhance your understanding of corporate finance as a tool for making strategic decisions.

Programme benefits:

  • Improve your understanding of the interactions between financial and strategic decisions

  • Develop skills in working with modern valuation tools and learn how to apply them to the valuation of projects and companies

  • Understand how modern theoretical developments in finance and strategy are applied in real-world situations, by means of hands-on applications using real financial data

  • Interact with a diverse set of professionals, and work in teams to sharpen your problem-solving skills.

 

 

Course description

You will learn how to apply basic capital structure and valuation techniques to the analysis of strategic decisions, such as mergers and acquisitions, reorganisations, and raising capital. The course will then take you beyond the analysis of capital structure and valuation techniques, by focusing on interactions between financial and strategic decisions in corporations.

This course will address the following key topics:

  • Financial markets and project valuation

  • Corporate and competitive strategy; mergers & acquisitions

  • Financial distress and the interactions between financing and investment decisions; leveraged buyouts

  • Strategy for new businesses; going public and private

Prerequisites

Introductory economics and introductory finance.  Students must be familiar with finance topics such as discounted cash-flow analysis, WACC and CAPM; advanced knowledge of corporate finance is not required.

Course suitability           

This executive course is suitable for:

Directors, executives, managers and other professionals with some finance background, who wish to study corporate finance as a tool for making strategic decisions.

What's included in the fee?

The fee for this executive course includes: all LSE tuition, course materials, daily lunches, coffee breaks, two complimentary networking events with fellow senior participants and full office support. You will also be awarded an LSE certificate of completion at the end of the five days.

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Dr Vicente Cuñat

Dr Vicente Cuñat is an Associate Professor at LSE. He joined the Finance Department in 2007. He holds an MSc in Finance and Economics from CEMFI and a PhD in Economics from the London School of Economics. He has been teaching Corporate Finance and Management courses since 1999. His research interests are Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance both at a theoretical and empirical level.

  

Dr Daniel Paravisini

Dr Daniel Paravisini is a Professor of Finance at the London School of Economics. He has a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and has published his research on credit markets and institutions in top economics, finance, and behavioural sciences journals such as American Economic Review, the Journal of Finance, the Review of Economic Studies, and Management Science. Professor Paravisini's research has received three times the Brattle Award, given by the American Finance Association to the best papers in Corporate Finance published by their journal every year. He is co-Editor and Associate Editor of several leading journals in finance and economics and is a research associate of the Centre for Economic Policy Research and the Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development. 


 

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The combination of the lectures was excellent, and the choice of teaching style with case studies was great.

Vice President,

Morgan Stanley, Hong Kong

 

Previous course particpants include:

  • Abu Dhabi Executive Affairs Authority

  • Accenture

  • BAE Systems

  • Banca d'Italia

  • Chirano Gold Mines Ltd

  • Coop

  • Credit Suisse

  • Deutsche Telekom

  • eBay International

  • Ernst & Young

  • European Investment Bank

  • Google UK Ltd

  • Hill and Knowlton

  • HSBC Private Banking

  • Morgan Stanley

  • National Commission for Energy Control and Prices

  • Norwegian Ministry of Finance

  • Ingram Micro

  • Mediobanca

  • Müller Group

  • Natixis

  • Orabank Benin

  • Siemens

  • Skanska

  • University of British Columbia

 

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+44 (0)207 849 4615

Tel: +44 (0)20 7849 4615

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