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What you'll learn?
- Develop robust planning assumptions, prepare the capital budgeting analysis, and quantify risk using tornado charts and monte-carlo simulation analysis. Evaluate the financing implications of capital investment opportunities using lease versus buy analysis, a related but often confused part of capital budgeting.
Establish a capital budgeting process from conducting due diligence through to communicating and facilitating discussions of capital investment opportunities with decision makers. Capital budgeting is a key strategic process that ensures capital is deployed to only those opportunities that have a high probability of meeting or exceeding the expectations for return. It is also a process that ensures that scarce capital resources are deployed to the highest yield opportunities across the organization.
- You should have a basic understanding and exposure to finance principles. To get the most out of this course, you should have previous exposure to cash flow projections and discounted cash flow analysis.
- Financial professionals engaged to support long term investment decisions.
Curriculum 7 Lectures
- Lecture 1 :
- Welcome to the Course! Preview
- Lecture 1 :
- Develop robust assumptions
- Lecture 2 :
- Discount rate
- Lecture 3 :
- Capital budget walkthrough
- Lecture 4 :
- Communicating and facilitating a capital budget decision
- Lecture 5 :
- Financing investment decisions
- Lecture 6 :
- Wrap up