During this three-day programme, you’ll address the issues of value enhancement and the key risks your
business is facing. You'll learn how to assess business potential, factoring in the risks associated with the corporate market. You will learn how to react to the risks and deliver an acceptable return to the stakeholders. You will be able to develop a sustainable business for the future, which addresses the governance, environmental and other issues.
You will cover:
Choose how you attend - IFF's new flexible booking options mean you can physically attend or opt for a digital experience and connect from anywhere in the world. Find out more.
Whichever way you choose to experience this course, you will enjoy numerous practical sessions, group discussion and case study analysis, meaning you will be able to implement what you have learned as soon as you return to work.
Dates: 7-9 September 2020
Venue: Central London or Virtual Classroom
Course leader: John Richardson
London course fee: £2999.00 + VAT @ 20% = £3598.80
Online course fee: £2399 + VAT where applicable
John is an experienced corporate finance professional with practical experience and extensive knowledge of corporate and structured finance in global financial markets.
He holds the position of Visiting Faculty Sir John Cass, City
University Business School, London and has worked as an
advisor to the Overseas Development Administration in the
UK, as well as PHARE and TACIS programmes run by the EU.
John has also worked closely with the Association of Corporate
Treasurers (ACT) in the UK with regard to their professional
John’s main areas of expertise are corporate and structured
finance, financial risk management, equity markets and
products, corporate and retail credit processes, project finance,
asset securitization, treasury management, management
development and change management. He currently works
with many global corporate and banking clients in the areas of
corporate finance and risk management.
John was previously the Managing Director of the corporate
finance subsidiary of a London merchant bank. In the early part
of his career, prior to moving into the investment banking world,
he was the Managing Director of a medium sized manufacturing
John has an MBA from Cranfield Business School.
“John is one of the best finance teachers / trainers I've crossed paths with. He demonstrated high preparation and technical expertise on valuation, corporate finance, restructuring. Also, he illustrated almost every theory content / tools with real business case studies or anecdotes. Very insightful and he managed to adapt to a class with very different backgrounds and levels of understanding”.