Capital Training Courses and Workshops

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Venture Capital and Finance

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Los Angeles Film School
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States
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The Venture Capital and Financing course provides students with essential knowledge to start and finance an entertainment business. Core business concepts, such as obtaining business licenses and insurance, securing business assets, hiring employees, and signing employee agreements and non-disclosures, are covered. Students examine financing avenues, create capital and operating budgets, and explore principles of investing, returns, and risk.

Venture Capital and Private Equity

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of California, Los Angeles
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States
  V

Use of cases to study entrepreneurial finance and venture capital. Analysis of issues faced by entrepreneurs who are setting up new firms, as well as decisions of private equity partnership managers and investors. How transactions are structured and why investors and entrepreneurs choose certain contractual arrangements. Development of understanding for institutional context of private equity finance. Time also devoted to leveraged buyouts.

Money and Capital Markets

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of California, Los Angeles
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States

Application of interest theory and flow funds analysis to price determination process in markets for bonds, mortgages, stocks, and other financial instruments. Study of funds flow from credit markets. Analysis of costs of capital in individual industries.

Capital Markets and Financial Institutions

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Roosevelt University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Topics in money and banking including monetary theories and the theory of interest. Financial institutions and their regulation, focus on deposit type institutions. Derivative securities and their pricing with application of financial intermediaries.

Venture Capital

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: IIT Stuart School of Business
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
  V

Venture Capitalists are involved with the funding of new enterprises. The funding process begins with the review of a business plan submitted by the enterprise. If the business plan is accepted, the venture capitalist must then decide on the form of financing, the participation in the enterprise, and the compensation structure for the new enterprise. The course will introduce students to the process of venture capital financing and will allow them to participate in the process by reviewing actual business plans submitted by the entrepreneurs. Students will be required to evaluate the business plans and determine the type and quantity of financing to be provided.

Social Capital and the Community

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: IIT Stuart School of Business
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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The 21st century confronts the public sector with new challenges and opportunities. Many of these challenges and opportunities will take place on the community level, and many of those challenges and opportunities will be centered on the notion of social capital and the community. Social capital means the building of and use of community assets -- those resources available to the community through its residents or citizens, association, institutions, and economic life. Using an asset-based community development approach, the objective of this course is to help the student understand and use the concepts of asset-based approaches to social capital and community as it relates to public administration.

Human Capital

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: DePaul University Continuing and Professional Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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These modules share the common theme of &,quot,success through people.&,quot, They are designed to increase a manager&,#146,s capacity to lead the essential functions of people management. Each module is designed to be delivered within a 3-to-4 hour timeframe.
◦SELECTING HIGH PERFORMING EMPLOYEES
Key topics include: predicting applicant performance and organizational fit, clarifying job role, screening candidates, and choosing assessment measures and making interviews effective.

◦MANAGING EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
Key topics include: performance evaluation vs. performance management, mastering the performance management cycle, rewarding and recognizing performance and managing performance at the margins.

◦ETHICAL LEADERSHIP
This course is designed to expose managers to the most common ethical traps and decision-making errors and how to anticipate and overcome them.

REAL ESTATE CAPITAL MARKETS AND FINANCE

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: DePaul University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Analysis of private and public institutions involved in real estate finance. A critical study of institutional arrangements facilitating real estate investment and development, and analysis of yields and risk in mortgages and mortgage backed securities.

Human Capital

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: DePaul University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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Managing Human Capital addresses the role of human capital in business strategy and competitive advantage, high performance work practices, metrics of HR effectiveness. Topics covered include: Legal Context of Human Capital Management, Recruitment and Selection - recruitment sources and tactic, Employee Development and Performance Management, Total Rewards (pay and benefit systems), Employee Relations. Issues of ethics and employee rights are integrated across the above six topics.

MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKETS

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: DePaul University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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This course analyzes interest rates, foreign exchange rates, federal funds futures market, the operation and regulation of financial institutions, and the impact of Central Bank actions on securities markets and the economy. The educational objective of the course is to provide graduate business students with the opportunity to acquire a thorough understanding of the theoretical and applied concepts that determine the operations of the money and capital markets. When you finish this course you will be able to demonstrate how the release of economic news about the real sector and the conduct of monetary policy influence the pricing of assets (interest rates and foreign exchange rates), measure and evaluate the impact of central bank actions on securities markets and the economy, understand the importance of having an independent central bank for macroeconomic performance, measure and evaluate the price volatility of interest-bearing securities, and understand how central bank monetary and regulatory actions can affect the stability and soundness of financial institutions. This course is designed to achieve maximum student involvement in order to add the greatest amount of ... [Read More]

IPOs AND VENTURE CAPITAL

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: DePaul University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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In IPOs and Venture Capital, we will explore equity financing alternatives for private companies, including their final funding step as a private company: their initial public offering or IPO, when they go public. Unlike many finance classes, this is not primarily a quantitative course. While there are some quantitative elements, the focus will typically be on the analytics: on contract design, optimal regulation, balancing various risks and objectives, and structuring a deal to minimize conflicts of interest and optimize incentives. Our focus will be largely on the U.S., but we will also cover fund-raising methods and options in other countries. We will work in part from Harvard Business School Case Studies. This course should be useful for those interested in investment banking, venture capital, private equity, or securities law, or those who hope to have a start-up of their own someday.

Public Capital Budgeting and Finance

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Illinois at Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Examines governmental capital budgeting processes, linkages between the capital budget and capital improvement plan, and methods and techniques of financing capital projects including debt financing.

Capital Markets

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Illinois at Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Capital markets in the private economy. Flow of funds in financial markets and financial intermediaries. Pricing of securities. Short-term money markets and the Federal Reserve System. Market for long-term securities. Financial markets and the stability and progress of the economy.

Capital Markets

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Houston
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Houston, United States
  V

A study of financial markets with particular emphasis on the markets for long-term securities. Topics covered include equilibrium forces in these markets, flow of funds, the connection between inflation and supply and demand forces, and theories of interest rate determination. Consideration is given to models that account for varying degrees of risk and expected levels of return. The role of financial intermediaries receives thorough examination throughout.

International Banking and Finance

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Houston Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Houston, United States
  V

A course in international monetary systems, financial markets, flow of capital, foreign exchange, and financial institutions. Topics include export-import payments and financing the preparation of letters of credit, related shipping documentation, and electronic transfers. An introduction to multinational financial decisions, such as financing foreign investment or working capital.

Venture Capital and the Finance of Innovation

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States
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This course covers the finance of technological innovation, with a focus on the valuation tools useful in the venture capital industry. These tools include the &,quot,venture capital method,&,quot, comparables analysis, discounted cash flow analysis, contingent-claims analysis, and real options. The primary audience for this course is finance majors interested in careers in venture capital or in R&,D-intensive companies in health care or information technology.

Capital Markets

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States
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This course examines the available corporate securities that firms can use to finance investment. The course will focus on: (1) the design of these securities (Why do bonds have embedded options? What is the role of preferred stock?), (2) the issuing process for these securities (What do investment banks do? Is the underwriting process important for the cost of capital?), (3) the pricing of these securities (How are credit risk in bonds and loans priced?) The securities covered include corporate and junk bonds, bank loans, common and preferred equity, commercial paper, securitization, as well as some recent innovations. Other topics include the role of embedded options in corporate bonds, the role of bank and loan covenants, the function of bond rating agencies, exchange offers, prepackaged bankruptcies, bankruptcy Chapter 11, workouts, debtor-in-possession financing, and pricing credit risk. The course is designed to be complementary to Advanced Corporate Finance and Fixed Income Securities.

Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States
  V

This elective half-semester course focuses on venture capital management issues in the context of the typical high-growth start-up company. The course is fundamentally pragmatic in its outlook. It will cover six principal areas relevant to the privately held high-growth start-up, these include commentary on the venture capital industry generally as well as a discussion of the typical venture fund structure and related venture capital objectives and investment strategies, common organizational issues encountered in the formation of a venture backed start-up, including issues relating to initial capitalization, intellectual property and early stage equity arrangements, valuation methodologies that form the basis of the negotiation between the the venture capitalist in anticipation of a venture investment, the challenges of fundraising, financing strategies and the importance of the business plan and the typical dynamics that play out between VC and entrepreneur, typical investment terms found in the term sheet and the dynamics of negotiation between the entrepreneur and the venture capitalist, corporate governance in the context of a privately-held, venture capital-backed s... [Read More]

Financing Your Ideas

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Temple University Center City
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States
  V

In this course you will get out of the classroom and pitch a source (or sources) in order to find funding for your (or your team’s) business idea. Ultimately, every pitch requires a feasible business idea but whether you head to Kickstarter to produce a crowdfunding video pitch, present your business plan to a bank, apply for a government grant, present to the powers-that-be inside an existing organization, or pitch to the angels and VC investors that will be invited as guests to the class, will depend on the type of business idea you have. This course discusses a range of equity and non-equity financing options available to organizations today. One of the biggest problems for Temple entrepreneurs is financing their ideas—although securing funding is always difficult, this course helps you appreciate several options you have and the implications for each. A special focus will be paid to the investment decision (i.e., what does it take to persuade an investor to part with their hard earned money) and students will gain insights into factors that influence the viability and financial health of a business as well as the steps that can be taken to increase venture valuation.

Derivative Markets

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Temple University Center City
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States

This course covers global exchange-traded and over-the-counter futures, options and swap instruments and financial applications. Topics include option investment strategies and structured swap applications.

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