An Instructor’s Manual is the guide that your teacher may use when making lesson plans and contain extra questions and answers, lab assignments, and more. Our objective is to consistently exceed our clients’ expectations by delivering creative and effective solutions on all forms of corporate transactions and our track record for achieving successful completions for our clients in the £1 million to £100+ million mid-market is unparalleled.
In partnership with ICAEW, we have created a progressive study programme for the development and recognition of corporate finance expertise and to equip you with practical knowledge and skills, adding to your day to day business experience and enhancing the value you can bring to the organisations you work with.
Graduates from the MSc in Corporate Finance move into a diverse range of financial sector careers including: investment banking, securities sales and trading, foreign exchange, hedge funds, private banking, asset management, credit products, financial and credit risk management and consultancy.
The specialization in Corporate Finance provides you with insights, perspectives, practical knowhow and a skill set that is especially relevant for careers in corporate finance within non-financial firms, in investment or commercial banking, in private equity and venture capital, or in management consulting.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that median annual wages for corporate financial analysts were $73,150 in 2008, excluding cash and stock bonuses, with the lowest 10 percent of the occupation earning less than $43,440 and the highest 10 percent earning more than $141,070.