VC Decision Making (Online): Developing an Investment Thesis a six-week online program from Columbia Business School Executive Education, is designed to give experienced VC professionals an edge in this competitive and volatile field.
Designed by expert finance faculty at Columbia Business School Executive Education, the Options Strategy (Online) program gives investors and finance professionals a deep understanding of options, including how to incorporate financial instruments into an overall investment strategy.
This program will help you learn to develop a strategic advantage by improving your organization's ability to examine possible futures by creating hypothetical baselines, and best- and worst-case scenarios.
The program will teach you how corporate valuations can be useful in a variety of situations, including mergers and acquisitions; business restructurings; shareholder disputes; employee stock or share option plans; and leveraged buyouts.
Nurturing the ability to make strategic decisions that account for various macroeconomic forces is the focus of the Macroeconomics for Executives (Online) program. Join us for this ten-week, online program to discover how to steer your organization toward a more prosperous future.
In this practical five-week program, you will dissect the elements of financial statements and learn to apply key financial principles to your own business. Demystifying terms such as net present value (NPV), price-earnings ratio (P/E), and forecasting will lead you to make decisions that deliver more value to your organization, improve your overall financial competence, and boost your business confidence.
Today, the scope of impact investing has broadened to encompass global change and generate competitive returns. Billionaire capitalists such as Paul Tudor Jones and trillion-dollar financial giants such as J.P. Morgan are active participants, building a range of impact products and propelling the impact investing market to over $715 billion, according to the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN).