An advanced valuation program that provides participants with the analytical framework to evaluate and engage in strategic investments across both public and private markets.
Key Learning Objectives
Why Chicago Booth?
One unquestioned strength of Chicago Booth is our world-renowned faculty. A diverse group of more than 200 preeminent business scholars, our faculty have been shaping education since we opened our doors in 1898. Ten Booth scholars—four of whom are currently teaching—have won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.
Chicago Booth faculty collaborate and consult with firms, serve on corporate boards, start their own companies, and are sought out for their award-winning research and renowned analyses. World leaders, media outlets, and top global companies regularly turn to our faculty members for their expertise and insights. When you attend our executive education programs, you’ll learn from the same professors who teach inour MBA program, as well as industry leaders—receiving a distinctive mix of theory and real-world applications you can enact immediately.
Our Global Locations
We are the first and only US business school with permanent campuses on three continents—Chicago, London, and Hong Kong. This program includes an offering at each of our global campuses.
Participants should bring an educational or professional experience equivalent to the content of an MBA or graduate-level corporate finance course such as our Executive Finance Program (previously titled "Finance for Executives") or Mergers & Acquisitions, so that participants come to this program with familiarity of present value/NPV, WACC, optimal capital structure, and other related concepts.
Who Should Attend
Fundamental Valuation Framework and Tools
Critical Valuation Inputs
Applications in a Variety of Applied Settings, such as...
Content will be taught by a mix of Booth faculty and senior executives, often Booth alumni, who will lead case discussions and networking sessions. Program outline is subject to change.
Participants should bring an educational or professional experience equivalent to the content of an MBA or completed graduate-level corporate finance course such as Chicago Booth’s Executive Finance Program, Mergers and Acquisitions, or our previous Finance for Executives, with familiarity with present value, NPV, WACC, optimal capital structure, and other related concepts.
To apply for the program, candidates must submit:
1. A completed application.
2. A resume or CV.
3. A few sentences why are interested in taking this program.
Program faculty, practitioners, and guest speakers are subject to change at the various locations.