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Foreign Exchange RiskHedging
This is an intensive one-day course which covers foreign exchange instruments. As things evolve rapidly in the 21st Century, what should you expect nextLondonNew York?
Does your company face foreign exchange risks? Is your Profit & Loss affected by fluctuations in currency exchange rates? This course explains what foreign exchange exposure ishow companies can hedge (i.e. protect against) foreign exchange risks.Request more details ›
Interest Rate RiskHedging
This is an intensive one-day course which covers interest rate instruments. How many times were you in the position to negotiate with your banks for the best interest rateshow many times did this result in a profitable long term result for your company?
Learn how to understand the hidden mechanisms of interest rates as well as take advantage of the best hedging techniques.
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Risk Management Essentials
This course identifies the technical aspects of risk management, including categories of riskhow they are measured. It then considers implementation issues, which involve organisational structurecorporate cultural issues as well as the issue of "risk-mindedness" in an organization.Request more details ›
Advanced Risk Management Techniques
This course adopts a more managerial perspective on risk management, taking a longer-term strategic view on riskissues of corporate governance. The relationship to shareholders (managing shareholder expectations) is examined in the context of such concepts as agency riskmoral hazard.Request more details ›
Foreign Exchange SimulationInterest Rate Hedging
This is an intensive one-day practice course in which you can put your prior knowledge of foreign exchangeinterest rate derivative products (forwards, swaps, futures, options) to work on exercises at both a groupindividual level.
You’ll take part in a simulation of foreign exchange spot trading in which they have to keep a positionmake trading decisions based on periodic news announcements.Request more details ›
Financial statements, if well preparedcomplete, should tell a lot to a knowledgeable reader about a company’s strengths, weaknessesability to successfully continue in business in the future.
This course uses analysis techniques which help identify, preventaddress corporateclient risks.
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Valuations for AcquisitionsMergers - Advanced Techniques
This is a continuation of the 'Business Valuation Essentials' coursetreats in greater detail some of the topics covered in the introductory part of the course.
In particular Discounted Cash FlowsEconomic Value Added are covered.Emphasis is placed on the economic environment in which valuations are performed. Attention is also given to corporate strategyto negotiation factors in the case of mergersacquisitions.
If you have a basic knowledge of valuations you will benefitthe practical aspects discussed in this course.Request more details ›
Strategic Financial PlanningEmerging Issues
Financial management at the strategic level, especially internationally, has such wide-ranging ramifications for the firm that it can no longer be the exclusive province of finance experts. General management is increasingly obliged to become more skilled in the issuestechniques that govern the actions of large companies.
This course addresses a number of pertinent issues rangingcorporate funding, risk identificationexposure management (hedging) to corporate governanceimage. It is key for managers aspiring to rise to senior levels of responsibility.Request more details ›
Business Valuation Essentials
This is an intensive introduction to valuation theorypracticeis appropriate if you have a limited financial background. The topics covered will provide you with an understanding of why valuations are performedhow to read valuation reports.Request more details ›