Training Calendar

Testimonials

VCCircle Team – Keep up the good work

Pramaprit Singh Bakshi
Founder, True Sight Venture
M&A and Corporate Restructuring

Very good refresher of valuation with lots of practical example

Pushkar Jauhari
Vice President, Khazanah India Advisors
Business Valuation with Aswath Damodaran

Keep up the good work

RAJASHEKHAR SRINIVASAN
VICE PRESIDENT, ICICI Venture
Drafting Investment Agreement

Good organization and good content

Shivraj Singh
Senior Analyst, HU Consultancy
Negotiation & Documentation for PE,VC and M&A Deals

The Speaker has loads of experience, insight and out of box thoughts to share

Liew Yah Ling
Financial Planning and Analysis Manager, BOC Aviation
Business Valuation with Aswath Damodaran

Upcoming Courses

Date: 28 Jul, 2017
Venue: Mumbai

In today’s highly competitive and cost-conscious environment, negotiating and drafting commercial contracts is an important part of business activity. Over 85% of business transactions are governed by contracts and hence it is necessary that contracts are aligned with business expectations. It requires legal professionals to be well versed with the drafting techniques, foresee the risk and have futuristic thinking to handle contracts in the best interest of their organization.

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Date: 4 Aug, 2017
Venue: Bengaluru

In today’s highly competitive and cost-conscious environment, negotiating and drafting commercial contracts is an important part of business activity. Over 85% of business transactions are governed by contracts and hence it is necessary that contracts are aligned with business expectations. It requires legal professionals to be well versed with the drafting techniques, foresee the risk and have futuristic thinking to handle contracts in the best interest of their organization.

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Date: 18 Aug, 2017
Venue: Mumbai

Inorganic growth has always been considered one of the methods to achieve faster growth. In this context, mergers, acquisitions (M&A) and alliances have increasingly become an important element of strategies devised by the Indian companies’ to achieve competitive advantage. However, global reports & evidence on acquisitions and alliances suggests that value is being destroyed in these transactions just as frequently (if not more) as it is being created. One of the key reasons for this is that managers have inadequate understanding of the mechanisms behind the creation and destruction of value in acquisition processes and they lack the diverse skills necessary to succeed in these important but extremely expensive processes.

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Date: 25 Aug, 2017
Venue: Bengaluru

Inorganic growth has always been considered one of the methods to achieve faster growth. In this context, mergers, acquisitions (M&A) and alliances have increasingly become an important element of strategies devised by the Indian companies’ to achieve competitive advantage. However, global reports & evidence on acquisitions and alliances suggests that value is being destroyed in these transactions just as frequently (if not more) as it is being created. One of the key reasons for this is that managers have inadequate understanding of the mechanisms behind the creation and destruction of value in acquisition processes and they lack the diverse skills necessary to succeed in these important but extremely expensive processes.

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