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School of Corporate Finance

Five days of intensive training. A state-of-the-art guide to modern corporate finance best practice

2 - 6 December 2019

Central London

The course looks at transactions from the viewpoint of the company itself, debt financiers and shareholders. It will highlight the negotiation and commercial issues that arise from the differences in perspective. You will cover:

  • The Building Blocks of Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Valuation
  • Frequently Encountered Errors in Valuation Models
  • Pricing Analysis
  • Finance and Capital Structuring
  • Leveraged Finance
  • Limited Recourse Financing
  • Evaluation in Other Specialised Contexts
  • Modelling Corporate Cashflows
  • A Review of General Skills
  • Shareholder Value
  • Raising Equity
  • Negotiated Acquisitions – Private Treaty Sales
  • Overview of M&A Regulation
  • Planning Acquisitions
  • Contested Bids

Download the School of Corporate Finance course brochure

Dates: 2-6 December 2019 & 8-12 June 2020
Venue: Central London
Course Leader: Richard Capps, International Corporate Finance Expert
Course Fee: £4999.00 + VAT @ 20%  = £5998.80

View the School of Corporate Finance course agenda

The intensive nature of this programme allows the inclusion of case studies to  bridge the gap between theory and market practice, showing how the techniques should be applied in different decision-making contexts

Case studies and exercises include: Performing a valuation & sensitivity analysis; A financing structure that failed spectacularly; Modelling tasks; Planning & implementing a contested acquisition

Richard Capps qualified as a barrister before joining Schroders and Wardley, designing structures to deal with large transactions
including limited recourse financing, corporate restructurings and acquisitions. As CFO of a company with dual head offices in Los Angeles and Australia, he managed a period of exceptional growth, with quarantined investments through a network of limited recourse vehicles involving the leisure sector, shipping,
manufacturing, film productions, pulp and paper.

IFF's School of Project Finance course is part of a portfolio of intensive, five-day professional courses that draw on our trainers' global experience.

Hear trainer Richard Capps introduce the course in this exclusive video.

The trainer Richard Capps made the subject matter interesting and relevant to our day-to-day tasks. Enjoyed by all participants"

Janet Card, 

Head of Credit Admin, OCBC

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