18:00-20:30 GMT / 13:00-15:30 EST
1 day (non-exam)
- Learn more - TIP Investment Banking Certification
Who should attend this course?
- University students interested in a career as an analyst working in investment banking, private equity, hedge funds or any similar type institutions
- Student members of professional bodies
- The course of study is designed for university students. A background in finance is not essential, however, we strongly encourage the completion of the FREE Excel Fundamentals course.
The AMT Theory into Practice (TIP) Investment Banking Certification Program for university students is designed to give participants the knowledge, skills and competitive advantage required for applications into placements such a spring week, internships or full-time analyst positions in the investment banking industry.
The program will use real life case studies to develop participants skills in applying corporate finance theory to the practical rigours expected in the role of an analyst in the areas of DCF Valuation, Trading Comparables, Transaction Comparables, M&A Modeling, LBO Modeling and Charting and Data Visualization.
Certification will only be awarded upon successful completion of all six modules.
- Identifying and modeling acquisition data
- Modeling funding structures
- Modeling proforma deal balance sheets including acquisition adjustments
- Modeling and analyzing accretion/dilution
""The virtual classroom was engaging and it felt like a classroom training"" ~ HR, International Investment Bank
What is a Virtual Classroom
- Virtual Classroom training is a new and highly engaging way of delivering programs remotely with enhanced levels of interactivity compared to conventional webinars. In AMT’s Virtual Classroom participants are encouraged to activate their own webcams and mics throughout the class allowing for real-time engagement, both verbal and non-verbal, with fellow participants and their trainer. Participants can also share their screens to get instant assistance in any technical exercise; just like asking the trainer to walk over and help in the classroom! We have seen a step-change in participant engagement with this new technology. The trainer’s ability to see a selection of their participants’ faces in real-time, and to react to their verbal and non-verbal cues creates a remarkably realistic classroom-like experience. For an example of the technical requirements of for our Virtual Classrooms click here.