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BEM 107
Applied Corporate Finance and Investment Banking
9 units (3-0-6)  | third term
Prerequisites: BEM 103.
This course builds on the concepts introduced in BEM 103 and applies them to current issues related to the financial management, regulation, and governance of both ongoing corporations and new start-up companies. The fundamental theme is valuation. The course discusses how valuation is affected by, among others, the role of directors, regulation of mergers and acquisitions, and management incentives.
Instructor: Cornell