The course looks at transactions from the viewpoint of the
company itself, debt financiers and shareholders – and highlights
the negotiation and commercial issues that arise from the
differences in perspective and objective.
You’ll leave with a large volume of excel files and additional reading
material on a wide range of corporate financing topics
Over five days, you'll explore every aspect of corporate finance. It's a very practical course with group discussions, breakout sessions and case studies and you are encouraged to try out all that you learn.
The case studies include valuation analysis, a financing structure that failed spectacularly and a strategy that went seriously wrong! You will also be involved in several hands-on modelling exercises.
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.
The trainer Richard Capps made the subject matter interesting and relevant to our day-to-day tasks. Enjoyed by all participants"