In a more generalized seminar on economic or business leadership you would learn about decision making, budgeting and business finance as well as general economic and business leadership. A seminar on Organizational Finance would include such topics as leadership, organizational structure and finance. A seminar in Corporate Finance would include such topics as corporate finance, working capital management, mergers and acquisitions, seller financing and debt capital markets. You would not have to have any special background or degree in accounting to participate in these types of seminars.
One seminar that I recently attended took a much broader financial management topic and allowed me to choose from multiple electives. This was an outstanding opportunity for me to learn about topics that I would not have been able to learn otherwise. What made this seminar in corporate finance take my exam for me was the multiple electives that were required to complete the degree. This was a great way for me to learn many different subjects in a very short time. The one thing that was most appreciated was the chance for professional development among my fellow students.
At one seminar on the topic of the day was a financial engineering. I chose to participate because I was already interested in a different aspect of corporate finance. I really enjoyed this seminar and think that it would be a good seminar for many other students. If you would like more information about financial engineering and what types of seminars are available, I would direct you to one of the many online sites that offer information on these topics.
Another seminar that I attended took a more hands on approach to corporate finance. The topic of the day was financial management through leveraged buyouts. As I understand the topic, buyouts occur when a large corporation makes a purchase of another company in order to increase their profits. This could be leveraged buyouts or it could also be an acquisition of a business in which the two companies make a joint venture. This seminar really showed me some of the different ways that I could utilize my own financial management skills in order to enhance my own career.
A few weeks later I attended another seminar on the topic of financial engineering. This time I did not choose to take a general seminar because I already knew some of the speakers and learned about some of the topics that were covered in the previous seminar. This time I chose to take a seminar focusing on how to write a grant. I learned that there are a number of different types of grants that are available to the private sector. Most of the seminars I have attended focused on a particular type of grant, and I chose to focus on the federal grants.
After the financial engineering seminar I decided that I was ready to take my written exam for me. I was able to pass the exam with flying colors and I started receiving scholarship offers from various corporations shortly thereafter. These offers helped me pay my tuition and my living expenses at the university as well as provide for my family. I graduated in May of this year and am now working full time while attending classes at the university full time in order to get my Master’s degree in corporate finance.
In conclusion, I enjoyed participating in the seminar in corporate finance and learned a lot. Although the information provided was somewhat basic and not earth shattering, it was still enlightening. I learned a few new concepts that will help me to understand this interesting business genre even better. In addition, I gained valuable experience by participating in the seminar. I look forward to future seminars in the future as I strive to obtain my Master’s degree in order to open up new career opportunities for myself and my family.