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The Mechanics of Corporate Finance

Dates available on application
Distance Learning Course
Further information available via event provider.
Training & Workshops, Lending & Credit
Banking, Consumer Credit, Mortgage & Home Finance, Wealth Management

Next course commences 18 October 2017.


Corporate Finance is all about looking at a company, not through the eyes of its lenders, nor through the eyes of its shareholders, but through the eyes of the individuals who are responsible for the company’s management.

This course embraces the areas addressed by the following questions (among many others):

  • In what business areas shall we direct our growth?
  • Shall that growth be through organic investment or by acquisition?
  • What analytical processes will guide the implementation of individual components of the strategy?
  • Shall the business units be controlled from the centre, or shall management be delegated?
  • How shall we manage exposures to such volatilities as commodities, interest and foreign exchange?
  • Shall we fund the enterprise with aggressive levels of debt, or with conservatism?
  • Should we issue publicly traded instruments or err towards private placements?
  • How will we square conflicts between accounting impacts and economic/cashflow/value objectives?
  • What performance measures will be prioritised in designing and implementing corporate strategy? 


1. The Foundations of Corporate Finance 
2. Valuation Issues 
3. Valuation and Pricing 
4. Capital Structuring 
5. Adaptations to Valuation 
6. Corporate Finance Modelling 
7. Mergers and Acquisitions – Part 1 
8. Mergers and Acquisitions – Part 2

60 Hours
IFF Training
KNect House, 30-32 Mortimer St, London, W1W 7RE.

Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7190
Contact: Wendy Bell