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Program Benefits: During this program participants will

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the major risks confronting financial firms – credit and counterparty risk, liquidity risk, market risk operational risk, sovereign risk and reputational risk.

  • Apply metrics and analytical approaches to market risk, including the pros and cons of VaR and ex-ante volatility and stress scenarios

  • Explore how each of the key risk domains interrelate with one another

  • Discover techniques for repositioning the risk management function while capitalizing on their core advantages to better protect their organizations and shareholders


Program Dates: December 9 - 11, 2013 
Program Tuition:
$4,200

Contact Number: (212) 998-0789

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Modern Methods in Corporate Finance


http://www.stern.nyu.edu/executive-education-open-enrollment/search/program/100/Modern-Methods-in-Corporate-Finance
All business decisions, no matter the industry or area, have financial implications. Modern Methods in Corporate Finance provides participants with a toolkit to make optimal investment and financing decisions. These methods can be used in any area of a business, be it in production, marketing, strategy, or finance. They also apply to any type of firm, small and large, public and private, global and domestic.

Suppose you must decide whether to go ahead with a “project.” This project could be, for example, whether to build a new production facility, launch a new product, expand R&D, or acquire another company. The objective of this program is to provide a rigorous analytical framework that can be applied to any of these decisions, despite the fact that the projects are fundamentally different in nature.  

This program will cover how the choice of financing can affect the decision to go ahead with a project, including discounted cash flow analysis, the popular (yet troublesome) Internal Rate of Return (IRR) rule, valuation of projects with embedded real options, computation of incremental cash flows, computation of a project’s cost of capital, and an analysis of the costs and benefits of debt financing.

While the curriculum will meet the highest academic standards, emphasis will be placed on teaching all methods in a way so they can be applied in the workplace. To this end, easy-to-understand numerical examples will be used to practice each of the methods taught in the program.

Program Benefits: During this program participants will


  • Learn how to make investment decisions using net present value (NPV) analysis

  • Develop the tools to compute incremental cash flows and the cost of capital

  • Value projects with embedded real options

  • Analyze the implications of the financing choice for project valuation

  • Understand the shortcomings of the Internal Rate of Return (IRR) rule


Program Dates: May 13 - 15, 2013; November 4 - 6, 2013
Program Tuition:
$4,200

Contact Number: (212) 998 - 0789
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Valuation


http://www.stern.nyu.edu/executive-education-open-enrollment/search/program/101/Valuation
There are as many models for valuing stocks and businesses as there are analysts doing valuations. The differences between these models are often emphasized by their users, and the common elements are often ignored. The objective of this program is to provide the fundamentals of the different valuation approaches, an understanding of the limitations of each approach and examples of each of the applications. The program will address discounted cash flow valuation and the estimation issues that arise when information is imprecise or unavailable, value enhancement through the prism of discounted cash flow models, and contrast techniques. It will also delve into other valuation approaches, such as the use of multiples and comparables in relative valuation, and the use of option pricing to value certain types of stocks and businesses.

Program Benefits: During this program participants will



  • Utilize discounted cash flow models to value any type of firm in any market

  • Value a firm using multiples and comparable firms

  • Analyze and critique the use of multiples in valuation

  • Develop the tools to value "problem" firms, such as financially troubled firms and start-up firms

  • Estimate the effect restructuring a firm has on value
          

Program Dates: June 3 - 5, 2013 
Program Tuition:
$4,200

Contact Number: (212) 998 - 0789
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Northwestern University

Driving Strategic Value from IT


http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/execed/programs/TECH03/index.htm
Unlock the value of your IT investments and achieve improved business results by synchronizing your IT strategy with your business strategy. You will be inspired to deliver on the power of IT to build deeper relationships with your internal and external customers, collaborate more effectively with partners, and maximize business productivity. Through lectures and group case discussion of real business problems in a collaborative learning environment, this program gives managers state-of-the art techniques and tools to put ideas and opportunities into action and leverage IT for strategic advantage.
Dates: April 28 - May 1, 2013; November 10-13, 2013

Costs: $6,000

Contact Number: 847-467-7000

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Finance for Executives


http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/execed/Programs/FINEXEC.aspx
Improve your ability to interpret financial reports, and learn the language and techniques of finance—whether you are new to finance or just want to sharpen existing skills. Senior faculty create a collaborative learning environment which inspires you with concepts to understand and predict the financial implications of managerial decisions. The program provides a comprehensive view of shareholder value creation and the key role managers play in the process. You will explore methods for determining the cash-flow and stock price implications of strategic decisions such as plant and equipment additions, acquisitions, new product introductions, and credit and payment policies. You will learn to identify sources of capital, set appropriate corporate and business growth objectives, and increase the attractiveness of your company’s securities to investors.
Program Dates: April 28 - May 3, 2013; October 6-11, 2013

Costs: $9,700

Contact Number: 847-467-7000

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Notre Dame




Executive Certificate in Business Administration


http://business.nd.edu/Executive_Education/Online/Executive_Certificate_in_Business_Administration/

As you've progressed through your career, you've undoubtedly developed a high level of expertise in a specific functional area. But if you aspire to take your performance to the next level, you need to understand how your decisions impact other departments and the organization as a whole. Refresh your knowledge or familiarize yourself with core business dimensions as you learn how to translate theory into successful strategies.


This comprehensive professional development series increases your proficiency in key business concepts and techniques. Each eight-week course builds on the last in a step-by-step progression, ensuring you have a solid foundational understanding of the principles and disciplines of business before moving on to practical applications of business strategies. Courses include: Principles of Business, Disciplines of Business, and Applied Business Strategies.

Dates and Location: Online

Cost: $5,495 for the complete 3-course program

Contact: to register call 855-300-1475

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Office of Personnel Management

Performance Budgeting Seminar


http://www.leadership.opm.gov/Programs/Policy-and-Initiatives/BPI/Index.aspx

This seminar will show you how to link budget and performance integration (BPI) with improved financial performance to “get to green” on the President’s Management Agenda. You will define your organization’s path to alignment and discuss other agencies’ current successes and lessons learned. You will learn about the Program Assessment Rating Tool (P.A.R.T.) and how to support the scorecard standards for success. You will examine how improved financial management relates to the other four areas of the management agenda.




  • Jun 18-20, ‘13 @ EMDC, Shepherdstown, WV   $2575

Starts 8:30 AM on 1st day ends 4:30 PM on last day
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Leadership for a Democratic Society


http://www.leadership.opm.gov/Programs/Executive-Leadership-Development/LDS/Index.aspx

The themes of FEI's Leadership for a Democratic Society (LDS) program reflect and enhance the Constitutional underpinning of Federal Government work and the common culture of senior Federal executives. At FEI, you will build your skills in personal leadership and gain insights into organizational theory, the policy framework in which Government leadership occurs, and the broad global trends and events that shape Government agendas.



Competencies Emphasized: Leading Change, Leading People, Results Driven, Business Acumen, Building Coalitions/Communication


  • Jan 6-Feb 1, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.



  • Feb 3-Mar 1, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.



  • Apr 1-Jul 19, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

Applied Learning Program: Apr 1 - 12, 2013 and return Jul 7 - 19, 2013. On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.



  • Apr 14-Aug 2, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

Applied Learning Program: Apr 14 - 26, 2013 and return Jul 21 - Aug 2, 2013; On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.



  • Apr 28-May 24, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.



  • Jun 2-28, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.



  • Aug 4-30, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.



  • Sep 8-Oct 4, ‘13 @ Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA   $19875

Starts 4:30 PM on 1st day ends 12:00 PM on last day

On-site registration 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sunday.


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