Value Investing in Technology (Online)NEW

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Date(s)
February 9–March 30, 2023
Cost
$2,600
CIBE Credits
2
Format
Online
Location
Online

Value Investing in Technology (Online)


Select
Date(s)
February 9–March 30, 2023
Cost
$2,600
CIBE Credits
2
Format
Online
Location
Online

Overview

Impact

Program Structure

The Valuation of Tech

Introduction to a modern valuation method, uniquely positioned to estimate the return on invested capital (ROIC) of organizations in the technology industry. Learn the key differences between the valuation of technology-led versus traditional organizations.

Participant Profile

Faculty

Tano Santos-Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Asset Management and Finance at Columbia Business School Executive Education

Tano Santos

Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Asset Management and Finance
Director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing

Tano Santos-Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Asset Management and Finance at Columbia Business School Executive Education

Tano Santos

Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Asset Management and Finance
Director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing

Tano Santos is one of Columbia Business School’s value investing experts. His research focuses on two distinct areas. A first interest is the field of asset pricing with a particular emphasis on theoretical and empirical models that can account for the predictability of returns, both in the time series and the cross section. A second interest of Professor Santos is applied economic theory, specifically, the economics of financial innovations as well as the theory of organizations. Santos joined the Columbia Business School faculty in 2003.

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