On-Demand: Corporate Finance

With issues related to corporate finance becoming more relevant today than ever, the role a lawyer plays in structuring transactions, negotiating deal terms, and coordinating the underwriting process is becoming increasingly important. This course has been offered across the country and most attendees regard it as “the best course” they have ever attended. Designed for lawyers of all levels, the course provides the basic tools to apply and challenge most aspects of financial management.


I. Introduction 
  • What is corporate finance?
  • Corporate finance decision tools
  • Working capital management
  • Cash conversion cycle
II. Capital structure 
  • Debt structures
  • Equity structures
  • Dividends
III. Capital budgeting 
  • Forming projections
  • Replacement value method
  • Payback method
IV. Return analysis 
  • Risk and return
  • Return on investment (ROI)
  • Net present value (NPV) and its uses
  • Internal rate of return (IRR) and its uses