Redcliffe Training, the market leader corporate finance and banking training provider specialises in the presentation of highly technical and practical bespoke courses to the financial community. Our programmes can be delivered on an open basis at our training centres in London or on an in-house basis at your offices.
We have presented courses for investment banks, stockbrokers, corporate financial advisers, accountants, lawyers and corporates all over the world. Redcliffe Training has a very prestigious client base and during the past ten years it has delivered in-house seminars to many leading financial institutions and professional advisers worldwide, as set out under Our Clients & Their Testimonials. Around 12,000 participants attended Redcliffe training’s open courses over the past ten years.
The topics that we cover include all areas of corporate finance (mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, buy-outs, debt finance, restructuring, valuation, modelling and regulation), banking (including treasury products, corporate banking, operation risk, risk management and trade finance), project finance, real estate and commercial property finance, accounts topics and tax. Details of over 200 courses which Redcliffe Training can present can be found under Courses. Many of these are presented on a public basis and all of them may be presented in-house to the client’s specification.
Courses in Foreign Languages
Redcliffe Training is able to deliver many seminars in:
(Courses in Chinese can be delivered in either Mandarin or Cantonese) Topics which can be covered include many banking subjects, and many areas of banking and corporate law. Our trainers are based all over the world so it may be possible for us to provide a banking/legal expert without clients having to pay high travel costs. To enquire about this option, please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Redcliffe Training’s trainers are all former practitioners who are well qualified in their specific subjects. They include former directors and assistant directors of corporate finance departments in investment banks, partners in accountancy and law firms and stockbrokers.
The style of teaching is interactive and participation-oriented and does not simply comprise a series of lectures. The mix of teaching sessions, exercises (short problems attempted by participants individually or in pairs) and case studies (more substantial issues which are addressed by participants in groups of four or five) is designed to maximise benefit. Participants are supplied with copies of the slides that are displayed and -where relevant- comprehensive notes.