Thursday 30 April and 7, 14 and 21 May, 5-9 pm
How can investments be capitalised on? Knowledge of the advantages and limitations of the various models for analysing possible investments for various situations can make all the difference when it comes to sound decision-making.
An accurate estimate of the profitability of an investment generates key information for developing short, mid and long-term strategies.
By means of a theoretical section and the resolution of practical cases, this Executive Education program covers:
- The distinct models for analysing investments’ profitability
- In-depth examination of financial mathematics concepts (financial capital, financial equivalence and deferral), connecting them to key aspects of investment evaluation
- Knowledge of the concepts and practical application of NPV, IRR and APR
- The writing of a business plan
- Learn about the steps required when proposing an investment project
- Analyse the profitability of an investment project
- Identify the elements and tools relevant to decision-making on investments: sums, wealth generated and the required fee
- Project planning by means of provisional financial statements
- Analyse the impact of variations in key data on the provisional balances
- Calculate the APR of any investment or funding product
Who is it for?
- Financial directors
- Professionals and individuals interested in learning about the mathematical instruments used to evaluate investment projects
Director of Studies
Oscar Elvira, with a PhD in Economic Sciences from the University of Barcelona, is also a Professor of Economics at Pompeu Fabra University and a Manager of Investment Funds and SICAVs at GESIURIS ASSET MANAGEMENT, SGIIC, SA..