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TWO EXECUTIVE SEMINARS ON APPLIED FINANCE F riday 22 September 2006 Lecture Theatre I, New Academic Complex, University of Mauritius.

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TWO EXECUTIVE SEMINARS ON APPLIED FINANCEFriday 22 September 2006Lecture Theatre I, New Academic Complex, University of Mauritius

Finance is an ever-changing field. As new financial instruments are launched, new valuation techniques are developed and new markets are opened, there is a need for practitioners to update their knowledge.

Two seminars, given by a Prof J Gupta (Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris) are being organised to address two major issues at the forefront of Applied Finance:

Session I:    Investing in Emerging Markets

Session II: Real Options and Business Valuation


SESSION I:    INVESTING IN EMERGING MARKETSFriday 22 September 2006 0930 hr-1230 hr MQA Code- SN 35943

Identify thespecificities of emerging markets.

Cover the key aspects of their equity and bond markets.

Apply main concepts to structured finance andproject finance in Asia.


Define RealOptions and explain how options are priced. Apply Real Options to Corporate Finance, Capital Investment Projects and New Economy Companies.

SESSION II: REAL OPTIONS AND BUSINESS VALUATION

Friday 22 September 2006 1330 hr- 1630 hr

MQA Code- SN 35944


Prof j p gupta
PROF J P GUPTA

Prof J P Gupta (PhD, University of Manchester) is Professor of International Finance at the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP- EAP). He is involved as consultant to several multinational corporations, government services and international organisations, including the World Bank and the European Commission. His consulting activities include venture capital, development of new technology-related companies, including science park facilities, privatisation, and development of R&D within a national and regional context.

He has widely published in areas of International Finance, International Joint Ventures and contemporary issues in the International Transfer of Technology. He is also the Chief Editor of the Euro-Asian Journal of Management


FEES

Rs 2,000 per session, including tea breaks and training kit.

A package of Rs 3,500 will be offered to participants who register for both sessions.


Participation procedure

Note to potential sponsoring employers

You are kindly requested to submit appropriate forms to HRDC prior to the start of the seminar to qualify for refund.

See HRDC WEBSITE

PARTICIPATION PROCEDURE

Submit Participation Form to:

Mrs A. Appadoo,

Centre for Professional Development and Lifelong Learning, (Near MCB)

University of Mauritius,

Tel: 454 1041, Ext 1218

Email: [email protected]

[Office hours: 0900 –1200 hrs; 1300-1600 hrs]

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION - 15 September 2006 at 1600 hrs.


For additional information
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Dr F. Sheik Rahim, Lecturer

Faculty of Law and Management,University of Mauritius

Tel: 454 1041, Ext 1434,

Email: [email protected]

Mr A. Patten, Lecturer

Faculty of Law and Management,University of Mauritius

Tel:454 1041, Ext 1447,

Email: [email protected]


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