Corporate Finance – Emerging Trends & Patterns
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Key Objectives

The high level of IPO, acquisition and re-structuring activities and the growing interest in managing shareholder value and optimal capital structure have together created a huge interest in Corporate Financing as world returns to Corporate Finance market.

VCCircle Training’s workshop "Corporate Finance – Emerging Trends & Patterns" will prove invaluable in helping you understand the mechanics and strategies behind the different types of corporate financing activities. This workshop would discuss the MYTH versus REALITY about the basic concepts of corporate finance and will also project with the help of comparative data from the developed and developing economy about the various financing patterns which are likely to emerge in India.

Benefit of Attending
A complete practical guide to the mechanics of modern Corporate Finance. Participants will learn -

* To appreciate the role of financial planning in the development of the corporation
* To realise the synergy between financial planning and business strategies
* To emphasise on the importance of treasury management in corporate stability and growth
* To understand the investment options through business environment scanning, mergers and acquisitions
* To provide insight on the modern day emphasis on corporate governance and asset management


Who Should Attend:

* Executives responsible for strategic business planning and development
* Venture Capitalist to understand the changing Financing pattern and factoring the same in the valuation of the company
* Financial Advisory companies to advise the client in the light of such changes
* Consulting companies to understand the trend in the market
* Bankers dealing with the large corporate accounts
* Decision makers on major investments and expansions
* Executives handling treasury management
* Academicians of Business Schools and Universities.

Session One:
• Different sources of raising finance in a developing economy
• Different sources of raising finance by Indian Business Houses versus different sources of raising finance in other developing economy
• Segmentation of different business houses for discussion on raising finance from the lenders  and their characteristics :
      o    Large Corporate
      o    Mid Corporate
      o    Small and Medium Enterprise
• Financing Pattern of these three broad category of borrowers .
• Segmentation of Large Corporate

Session Two:
• Financing pattern of Large Corporate
• Analysis of the data from the public available domain to find out the trend emerging in the funding pattern of large corporate as per the segmentation carried out in the beginning of this session
• Traditional concept of corporate finance and application of the same concept in the real life situation
• Traditional concept of traditional lenders and application of the same concept in the real life situation for funding such large corporates
• Segmentation of Mid Corporate
• Financing pattern of Mid Corporate
• Reason for different funding pattern of Mid Corporate compared to that of the large corporate
• Strategies for changing the financing pattern of the mid corporate to that of large corporate

Session Three:
Case Study: Discussion on public listed company in the infrastructure sector and finding out the trend of corporate financing model.
• Segmentation of Small and Medium Enterprise
• Financing pattern of Small and Medium Enterprise
• What lenders look before lending to Small and Medium Enterprise
• How borrowers can change the perception of the lenders to reduce the risk of lending to Small and Medium Enterprise

Session Four 
• Different lending product offered by banks
• Different lending product offered by financial institutions
• Different lending product offered by the Non Banking Finance Companies
• Reason for borrowing from different lenders
• Innovative method of Funding for the Small and Medium Enterprise
• Any recent changes and use of the same in the designing of different categories of borrowers
• How to reduce the risk of borrowing and thus getting appropriate benefits in the borrowing cost
• Designing strategies of reducing the risk by comprehensive methods.
• Feed back and question and answers

Prof Praloy Majumder Prof Praloy Majumder Founder, Disseminare Consulting

Intercontinental The Lalit


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