The objective of this seminar is to provide an in-depth review of the various forms of financing to fund capital projects, acquisitions or to restructure an existing capital structure. The seminar will dive into the practical details of what capital providers are seeking, issues that arise, and how companies should prepare themselves to execute a financing transaction. Through real-life examples, identifying common pitfalls, highlighting key elements and case studies, the seminar will put financial executives in a better position to seek and negotiate with capital providers.
Overview of financing strategy and capital markets
Current state of the capital markets, including benchmarks and rules of thumb regarding realistic financing parameters
Basic capital structure elements
Discussion of various forms of financing, including:
- Government financing
- Operating lines and term debt
- Mezzanine and subordinated debt
- Real estate financing
- Private equity
- Venture capital
- Public equity and convertible debentures
Understanding cost of capital
Cost of capital and investment decisions
Financing process and negotiating strategies
WHO WILL BENEFIT?
Controllers, chief financial officers, chief executive officers and other financial executives who provide input into, or take the lead, in undertaking a financing transaction within their own enterprises.
Time: 9:30am - 6:00pm
Passport - 1 Day
CPD Hours - 7