anyone in any industry who wants to learn more about Investment Banking activities/calculations re Valuations, Project Finance, Leveraged Finance and Private Equity. This course would also be useful for anyone wishing to work in Investment banking, or maybe you already are- but wish to move internally –and better understand the difference between various financing avenues.
What does the above formula mean? After our course you will know!..as well as many more typical calculations used in structured finance and investment banking. Would you like to understand how investment banks value companies? How project financiers decide how much they can lend in a project financing? (And what is a project financing versus a “vanilla” corporate credit?) How bankers decide how much they can lend to an LBO (leveraged buy out)? Or what criteria Private Equity firms use to analyse targets, how much they will pay, and at what point they will sell? We’ll show you! You will build a financial model for a multinational listed (public) company, and then look at the business/project from different perspectives, adding all the typical calculations that bankers and PE (Private Equity) firms would.
This course is suitable for anyone in any industry who wants to learn more about the Investment Banking activities of Valuations, Project Finance, Leveraged Finance and Private Equity. This course is suitable for those wanting to move into Investment Banking (IB), or maybe you are in industry and want to better understand what your bankers are saying! ..Or in a management team and planning an MBO (management buyout). Come to our course and learn how the numbers stack up. We cover:
It will make your work easier (and more accurate), if you learn to follow certain best practice modelling tenets, and thus we cover some of the topics from our course “Financial Modelling” i.e.:
We will be constructing a simple model in this course, but some businesses can be complex i.e. you could be asked to model all of Coca-Cola’s global sales for one country: a monthly model over 20 years covering 45,879 distributors who each handle 27 different products….thus the more you can start using best practice modelling, the easier your job will be.
Once we have built the model and arrived at the correct cashflows, we can go in different directions / analyse the business from different perspectives, as we do below: