The course looks at transactions from the viewpoint of the managers of the companies company themselves, and highlights the negotiation and commercial issues in dealings with debt financiers and shareholders 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"