Market Insights & How to Guides

A Short History of Redcliffe Training

In the Beginning Redcliffe Training Associates was founded in 1997 by Gary Mond, who remains its managing director. Gary is ...

No Free Lunch: Ireland’s Corporate Finance Landscape after Brexit

Most of the political attention has surrounded the thorny problem of the Border, and in particular questions of customs and ...

Charitable Donations

Since 2012 Redcliffe Training has been donating at least 10% of our transfer fees to our charity of choice. Redcliffe ...

Open Banking – Rife With Moral Hazard?

When a government decides on a new policy, it undertakes – or should do – a cost-benefit exercise, weighing up ...

The Trainer’s Toolkit – The Question of Materials

There cannot be a financial trainer who has not at some time worried about their materials. Concerns broadly fall under ...

7 Pitfalls to Avoid When Negotiating a Mega Sized Deal

Mega-deals are back in vogue. Globally there were 33 deals over $10bn in the first half of 2018 alone, the ...

How to Value a FMCG Company

The shift in how financial modelling courses work is noticeable. A decade ago, delegates were fascinated by financial models, sometimes ...

Inward Indian M&A Boom: Is it here to stay?

The current M&A boom in India is proof of the truth of the old adage, that you cannot shake free ...

M&A Round Up: H1 2018

The pattern of uncertainty about the future, presented to large US and European corporates now comes in a form particularly ...

A History of Corporate Finance: Corporate Finance since the global financial crisis (2007-)

The financial crisis had begun with the collapse of Bear Sterns and Lehman in the USA but then rippled through ...

A History of Corporate Finance: Corporate Finance comes of age (1980-1990)

From the standpoint of the end of the decade, it looked as if everything that had gone before was just ...

Retail M&A: Where it went wrong (Definitive Guide)

Severe pressure on margins.  Barriers to entry broken down completely by disruptive technologies run by rival firms. An entire industry ...
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