The trainer is an experienced finance and banking consultant with practical experience and extensive knowledge of the commercial and banking sector in the UK, much of Europe, Russia, China, the Middle East and the Asian region. His areas of specialist expertise include financial risk management, project finance, corporate finance, asset securitisation, valuation and treasury management.
He previously worked as a risk management consultant at several international banks before becoming managing director of a subsidiary of Union Bank. He is a visiting fellow at Cass Business School and also a visiting lecturer at Duke Business School. He has acted as an adviser to the Overseas Development Administration (UK Foreign Office) and to the EU’s PHARE and TACIS programmes.
This valuation course ideal for those who are dealing with technology companies and need to gain an appreciation of their worth.
It focuses on the different techniques that can be deployed in assessing these companies, especially the real options approach which has achieved a wide degree of popularity.
The Valuing a Technology Company course is also useful to those who are involved in any type of corporate transaction for technology companies from an advisory perspective. Participants should be familiar with discounted cashflow techniques and have at least a basic understanding of business valuations.
Participants will be required to bring a laptop with a CD-Rom or USB connection to the course.
|Training Courses||Training Course Summary|
|Valuing Start Up and Pre IPO Companies||Have explained to them how to value start-up companies including the characteristics of young companies and sectors and a life cycle view of start-up companies|
|Valuing a Pharmaceutical Company||Get to grips with the pharma business model with many illustrations|