Directed primarily toward MBA/graduate students, this text also provides practical content to current and aspiring industry professionals. Financial Reporting – An internal service offered to financial stewards of the City of Winnipeg to provide access, preparation, generation, and development of corporate or departmental financial information on both a periodic and ad hoc basis in response to an external requirement, Council policy or senior management request.
Working closely with the Business Reorganization and Financial Restructuring Practice, the Corporate Finance Group directs our clients through the intricate courtroom proceedings involving First Day orders, cash collateral orders, creditor committee meetings and adversarial proceedings, as well as the documentary labyrinth necessary to structure a secure, successful DIP financing.
Track Specific Courses: Corporate Risk Management, Production and Logistics, M&A Restructuring, Finance in Emerging Markets, Business Law, Investments, Debt Instruments and Markets, Business Development Laboratory, Management Consulting, Business Planning.
In the Corporate Finance specialization, key topics include valuation techniques, the link between asset markets and corporate decisions, public equity markets and corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, financial intermediaries, restructuring, and private equity.
This module will provide practical examples and further theory and research on corporate change events (specifically mergers, acquisitions and divestments) including stress (distressed) situations and for both strategic and financial sponsor deals, with an emphasis on the former as a private equity elective will be available in the third term.