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London Business School - Corporate Finance Evening Programme

Training : London Business School - Corporate Finance Evening Programme

Wed, 13/01/2010 - 09:00 for 3 x 10 week courses
Conducted by : London Business School
Duration : 3 x 10 week courses
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 Duration:  3 x 10 week terms 

Next start: 13 January – 17 March 2010 

Location: London 

Term 1: 30 September - 2 December 2009 

Term 2: 13 January - 17 March 2010

Term 3: 21 April - 23 June 2010 

The Corporate Finance Evening Programme covers the key concepts behind financial decision-making in three terms covering: Financial Accounting and Analysis; Corporate Finance and Valuation and Corporate Financing and Risk Management Policy. Note: participants in this programme must undertake to attend the School one evening per week for ten, twenty or thirty weeks. 


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