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Project Valuation and Capital Budgeting (St Louis)

October 21, 2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location:

St Louis Knight Center

Registration Required: Yes

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Seminar Details
Develop a greater intuition for the budgeting aspect of finance in your firm so that you can win support for your most important initiatives.  This course provides a crucial bridge between you and the rest of your organization with respect to finance-related issues. We’ll learn and apply the analytical tools corporations commonly use to make strategic resource allocation decisions. You’ll get a better sense of how the finance team looks at investments and decides where to allocate resources, and you’ll be better equipped to make a case for the initiatives you believe will create the most value for your organization.  After all, in today’s competitive marketplace, companies that use resources wisely have a huge advantage over those that do not.



Topics
  • Introduction to valuation:  the time value of money
  • Capital budgeting analysis tools, including net present value, internal rate of return, free cash flow valuation approach, and other investment criteria
  • Resource allocation in practice


Benefits
  • Apply practical analysis tools to help you make strategic capital-budgeting and resource-allocation decisions
  • Discern what investments are best to undertake and effectively ‘make the case’ for the initiatives you believe will create the most value for your firm.
  • Optimally allocate resources to enhance competitive advantage
  • Productively use capital and other resources to maximize value creation in all your markets
Earn a Concentration or your Advanced Management Certificate

This seminar qualifies for one day out of five in the Business Execution Concentration. Earn a concentration by taking five seminar days in this area within two years, or complete 15 seminar days across three defined concentration areas to earn your Advanced Management Certificate.



Price
$920.00

Faculty
Todd Milbourn, Hubert C. & Dorothy R. Moog Professor of Finance, Olin Business School


Contacts
Executive Programs, 314-935-9494


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