As the term implies, corporations need to finance their businesses. How they decide to fund their business, for example, debt vs. equity, and what type of structure to use, all fall under this category. During this process, management attempts to maximize shareholder value. Understanding financial statements, the capital structure/cost of capital, valuations, valuation by multiples, valuing debt and convertibles all are part of corporate finance. Often, investment banking is associated with corporate finance.
GFMI offers a full suite of corporate finance courses. Following is an example from our corporate finance course curriculum:
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