This five-day executive programme is designed and delivered by some of the world’s leading faculty in corporate finance. It will empower you to use financial tools to make better decisions and become even greater assets to your organisation.
5 day intensive programme running 24 - 28 February 2020 and 8 - 12 June 2020
Please note places are now fully booked for February 2020. We are currently accepting applications for June 2020.
Many executives ascend to positions of great responsibility with less knowledge of finance than they desire. This essential programme is an expertly designed overview of the crucial frameworks and tools of modern corporate finance. Over five intensive days, this programme breaks down the barriers faced by managers and directors and equips participants with tools that are immediately applicable in any organisation.
This fast-paced, highly interactive course combines case studies, lectures, exercises, spreadsheet modelling and classroom discussions to explore the most useful tools of corporate finance. These tools include, but are not limited to, corporate financial analysis and forecasting, capital budgeting, and project and company valuation. Every day of the programme introduces new tools and concepts, explores and evaluates them, and immediately applies them to real-world case studies.
This executive course is suitable for:
Mid to senior level executives who would benefit from a focused and practical overview of corporate finance. This includes executives in all functional areas, including but not restricted to general management, corporate planning, strategy, marketing and sales, operations, and research and development. This course develops the skills of senior managers and directors within a broad range of organisations; from start-ups through to multinationals, NGOs, government bodies and public sector services.
Tuition Fee: £6,295
Includes all LSE tuition, course materials, daily lunches, and networking events. You will also be awarded an LSE certificate of completion at the end of the five days.
Part of LSE Executive Education Courses