The Investment and International Banking curriculum is directed at those professionals in both U.S. and international investment, and, where appropriate, money center banks whose clients are predominantly publicly traded with revenues in excess of $500 million.
Professionals attending such programs would include Investment Banking Coverage Officers; Sales & Trading Professionals; Debt and Equity Capital Markets Specialists; M&A Bankers; and Credit Risk and Portfolio Managers.
In addition, selected programs will also be appropriate for Treasury Managers; Legal and Compliance Officers; Internal Auditors; and Operations Officers.
Investment and International Banking Programs can be taken as stand-alone offerings, or as a graduated curriculum, optimally sequenced as follows:
- The Role of Risk Analysis in Corporate Finance - An introduction to the role of advanced cash flow analysis in client relationships in general, and the delivery of your bank’s financing solutions.
- Risk Analysis in Transaction and Deal Structuring - An introduction to transaction and deal structuring and how the fundamentals of loan structuring translate into the more challenging environment of financing acquisitions and other forms of transfer of ownership.
- The Role of Corporate Valuation in the Underwriting Decision: this program provides an introduction to the role of corporate valuation, and in particular how this is used in fostering and developing client relationships
- Mindset of the CEO I: Value Creation Strategies - Designed for the more experienced banker dealing with the strategic issues confronting CEOs. This program is designed to introduce participants to the critical disciplines of corporate finance when dealing with the most important priorities on a CEO or business owner’s agenda.
- Mindset of the CEO II: Acquisition Financing and Leveraged Buyouts: The program develops a framework to assist investment and international bankers in analyzing the opportunities for transfers of ownership in general, and leveraged buyouts in particular
- Risk Analysis and Value Creation Strategies in Financial Institutions - An introduction to the role of risk analysis of financial institutions in general, and banks using real life case examples, participants will review their bank’s role as a counterparty to U.S., European, and emerging markets banks.
- Risk Analysis in International Trade Finance – This program reviews the risks arising in cross border trade with multinational companies, the international trade finance products and solutions that mitigate such risks, and the regulatory and commercial risk considerations arising from the delivery of trade finance solutions.
- Controlling the Risks of Complex Transactions - a multidimensional senior executive overview of the credit, market, operational, legal and compliance, and reputational risk arising from more complicated deal structures in today’s market including leveraged finance, structured derivatives, off balance sheet financing, and international trade.