Masterclass in Private Equity
Transform your approach and gain a deeper understanding of every aspect of private equity.
A key tool in the investment landscape, it provides working capital to companies looking to expand into new markets, develop new products or restructure their operations to meet their growth potential. <
Private equity is a highly competitive field, but one that, with the right skills and knowledge, is also extremely rewarding.
Examine the complexities of deal-making – from operation and strategy to financing, economic analysis of incentives and exit – using case studies of recent deals in the industry. You also acquire a firm grounding in the financial instruments that model and analyse equity returns.
You return to work with a comprehensive private equity toolkit and a new network of high-calibre business contemporaries.
Why attend this programme?
Superb faculty – Learn from international leaders in financial research that advise cross-industry organisations around the world. Professor Eli Talmor and Florin Vasvari, authors of International Private Equity - the leading textbook of the private equity industry - share their experiences and knowledge to support your equity decisions when you return to work
The latest research – undertaken in association with the Private Equity at LBS research centre this programme imparts the latest research
Study in London – the world’s financial centre, for a wealth of financial connections and exposure to leading financial organisations
Gain a truly global perspective – alongside a stimulating group of finance professionals looking to pursue a career in private equity or to extend their expertise.
"I had some pretty high expectations given that the programme is associated with London Business School. The actual experience far exceeded all of them! The information we learned had just the right balance between theoretical and practical. I came away with several different tools I can use when evaluating managers and their performance. I’ve sat in at both Harvard and Stanford classes in the past, and the professors were nothing like Professor Talmor or Professor Vasvari; and the material taught not at all as practically applicable in finance."
Ilina Dutt, Head of Private Investments & Strategic Client Services, BigSur Partners