Bankers need to put themselves in the shoes of their clients in order to understand their needs, appreciate their challenges and uncover sound business opportunities.

  • How can I help my client optimise his working capital and provide value-added supply chain finance solutions?
  • How much is their business worth?
  • I need to uncover more derivative and market risk management opportunities – how can I achieve this?
  • How can I gain a better understanding of the strategic drivers of my clients’ businesses to enable me to act as a trusted advisor?
  • Is my client over paying for this acquisition?
  • How do I evaluate the proposition of investing seed capital in emerging market banks and corporates?
  • I need to find ways to meet my client’s funding requirements while minimising the impact on the Bank’s risk weighted assets – is this doable?

Our Corporate Finance courses to ensure that participants – whatever their background and roles– are able to develop and apply corporate finance theory and analysis in a practical manner in context of the market place and their own organisations’ business development and risk management strategies.  Whether their focus is SME’s, mid-cap or large global corporates, the course content is built around real life examples reflecting the issues, opportunities and challenges in the current market.

Courses can be designed for those working in:

  • Business Development/Coverage – using corporate finance techniques to become a value added advisor   (Corporate Finance for Bankers, Corporate Finance Applications)
  • Credit / Risk – identifying and evaluating risks inherent in complex deal structures (Leveraged Finance)
  • Portfolio Management – gaining skills to effectively monitor leveraged portfolios and uncover new business arising from potential exit strategies
  • Debt Capital Markets – gaining a better understanding of the equity perspective and how it influences corporate strategy and capital structures
  • Research Analysts – developing analytic skills in the context of M and A and Leveraged Finance transactions