Registration for Corporate Finance requires completion of Level I –Introductory Business Valuation

When companies seek financing, they often turn to valuators to assist them in preparing financing proposals and in structuring financing deals. It is crucial for valuators to understand how to best serve their clients during these key business-developing stages.

This course does not have additional required textbooks, aside from the course notes (which can be found in Moodle).

Corporate Finance covers the following concepts:

  • The components of a business plan and financing proposal, and the valuator’s role in assessing both
  • Feasibility assessments of a private company’s financing options
  • Financing capacity and deal structuring considerations
  • Capital structure options and related valuation considerations
  • Ownership structures and voting rights considerations, and related valuation considerations
  • Negotiation of and considerations involving debt products
  • Equity, joint venture, project, and royalty financing

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