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XLRI Jamshedpur

Management Development Programme on

Advance Corporate Finance


Programme Coordinator: Dr. A. Kanagaraj Email: kanagaraj@xlri.ac.in Date (Duration): Venue: Fee (Non Residential): 10/01/2013 to 12/01/2013 (Three Days) Mumbai Rs. 24,000 (Excluding Service Tax)

Introduction & Objectives The primary motive of corporate finance is to maximize corporate value. The rise in business activities and its subsequent rise in financial activities due to liberalization of Indian economy requires the need of proper and accurate corporate finance decision for Indian firms. This programme is important for any financial executive as it covers (i) rapidly changing corporate finance theories, (ii) adoption of best corporate governance through financial decisions, (iii) improving transperancy in financial decisions, and (iv) knowing the influence of changing macro factors in financial decisions. This programme will provide the management executives with financial perspective on their business decision. The latest developments in corporate finance will be given more focus. As add on, it also helps the participants to understand advanced valuation techniques to complex financial situations. As it is an advanced programme the participants are expected to be aware of basic

concept and practices of corporate finance. The programme emphasiss the problem solving approach. The programme is designed with following objectives; Learn to effectively tackle complex financial problems Develop a strategic understanding of corporate finance Discover new ways of approaching corporate finance Methodlogy: The learning experience will be based on classroom discussion, real-life business case studies, lectures, experiential exercises, spreadsheet modeling, and informal group discussions Expected Participants: The programmes is specially designed for participants working in corporate finance function, investment bankers, finance professionals, consultants, treasury executives, risk management professionals, CFOs, merchant bankers, and Financial analysts. Programme Contents: Advanced investment techniques NPV, IRR, MIRR, Real options, Decision tree analysis, Simulation, Practical issues in cost of capital Decisional issues in capital restructuring Securities issuance process Innovative financing options Decisions related to financial distress and bankruptcy Setting payout policies of the firms Using valuation tools for corporate finance decisions Financial issues in merger and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, buyout activities Managing working capital issues Managing excess cash reserves Measuring business performance using financial metrics Corporate risk management practices Managing foreign exchange risks Corporate finance issues in internationally operating firms Behavioral issues related to financial decisions Regulatory framework of corporate finance decisions

Dr. A. Kanagaraj

Dr. A. Kanagaraj is a faculty in the area of Finance. He is a Post Graduate in Commerce as well as in Foreign Trade. He has a Doctorate in Business Finance from Pondicherry University. Prior to joining XLRI in June 2012, he has worked with business schools like DCSMAT, TSM, TAPMI, and IIM Indore. His teaching and research interest includes Corporate finance, Capital market investments, Financial reporting and analysis, Investment management, International finance, Corporate risk management, Alternative investments, Corporate frauds and governance. He has presented number of papers in various National and International Conferences. His research article has appeared in various research journals like Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting, Journal of Applied Finance & Banking, International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences, NIBMs Prajnan, Asian Economic Review, ICFAIs Journal of Applied Finance, and Business Perspective. He was part of training team for training executives of Fidelity Investments, Oracle India, DC Bank, NTPC, ONGC, Alstom India, L&T, Sundaram BNP Paribas, MMFSL, Impetus India, and SAIL. His popular management training programmes include Financial Statement Analysis, Fixed Income Analysis, Advance Corporate Finance, Derivatives and Risk Management. He visited BEM Management School, Bordeaux, France during May 2011 to teach a course for management participants. He was an independent Director of National Board of Trade Ltd. He was a invited member of Auditing & Assurance Standards Board, The Institute of Chartered Accountants, New Delhi. He was also an invited member of Accounting Standards Board, The Institute of Chartered Accountants, New Delhi.