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Managerial Accounting 1: 5. - 6. June 2018

What to expect
Introduction to management accounting and CVP-analysis
Measuring relevant costs and revenues for decision making/pricing decision
Cost assignment and ABC

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Michael Burkert, University of Fribourg
Prof. Dr. Marco Passardi, IFZ (HSLU) and University of Zurich
Prof. Dr. Thomas Rautenstrauch, HWZ Zürich Subject Area Coordinator

What our students said
Interesting insights into various companies
Case studies were very useful
Well structured course

Short course description

The focus of the course is to develop an understanding of the financial and cost information generated by accounting systems. It enables decision makers to apply important costing concepts, and traditional

and modern approaches of budgeting will be pointed out.

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Managerial Finance 1: 7. – 8. June 2018

What to expect
Risk and return
Valuation of financial assets
Cost of capital
Capital budgeting

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Christoph Kaserer, TU München Subject Area Coordinator
Prof. Dr. Alfred Mettler, University of Miami Subject Area Coordinator
Dominik Meyer, Bank Vontobel AG
Kurt Meyer, Swissgrid AG

What our students said
Intensive further training
A real input for our daily finance business
Inspiring teachers and experts

Short course description

This course covers the fundamental building blocks of financial decision-making, and then focus on strategic issues typically faced by managers,

such as financial forecasting & analysis, portfolio management, capital budgeting, corporate valuation, capital structure and further topics.

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Managerial Finance 2: 12. – 13. June 2018

What to expect
Financial statement and cash flows
Capital structure and value creation 
Corporate valuation

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Christoph Kaserer, TU München Subject Area Coordinator
Prof. Dr. Alfred Mettler, University of Miami Subject Area Coordinator
Dominik Meyer, Bank Vontobel AG
Kurt Meyer, Swissgrid AG

What our students said
Intensive further training
A real input for our daily finance business
Inspiring teachers and experts

Short course description

This course covers the fundamental building blocks of fi nancial decision-making, and then focus on strategic issues typically faced by managers,

such as financial forecasting & analysis, portfolio management, capital budgeting, corporate valuation, capital structure and further topics.

 An Adobe Acrobat file Managerial Finance

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Managerial Accounting 2: 14. – 15. June 2018

What to expect
Divisional financial performance measures
Budgeting and management control centers
Standard costing and variance analysis

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Michael Burkert, University of Fribourg
Prof. Dr. Marco Passardi, IFZ (HSLU) and University of Zurich
Prof. Dr. Thomas Rautenstrauch, HWZ Zürich Subject Area Coordinator

What our students said
Interesting insights into various companies
Case studies were very useful
Well structured course

Short course description

The focus of the course is to develop an understanding of the financial and cost information generated by accounting systems.

It enables decision makers to apply important costing concepts, and traditional and modern approaches of budgeting will be pointed out.

 An Adobe Acrobat file Managerial Accounting

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Fin Tech: 19. – 20. June 2018

What to expect
Evaluating financing alternatives
Derivatives and their applications
Risk management concepts

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Christoph Kaserer, TU München Subject Area Coordinator
Prof. Dr. Alfred Mettler, University of Miami Subject Area Coordinator
Dominik Meyer, Bank Vontobel AG
Kurt Meyer, Swissgrid AG

What our students said
Very insightful course
Inspiring lecturers
A toolbox for the daily business

Short course description

This course covers technology driven financial aspects focussing on current topics as FinTech and RegTech. Geather insights how blockchain, bitcoin and

other cryptocurrencies influence multinaltional financial management and enterprise risk management. This spectrum of information is rounded off by a guest speaker from one of Swiss critical infrastructure operators.

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Monte Carlo Simulation: 21. – 22. June 2018

What to expect
Using Monte Carlo Simulations for improving:

Cost-based decision-making
Cost control
Capital budgeting decision-making

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Michael Burkert, University of Fribourg

What our students said
The method that was explained in this module is very interesting
In my opinion, dealing with uncertainty is a key competence to learn in this EMBA
I had the chance to get new tools for my job

Short course description

This course enables decision makers with a powerful tool on forecasting project costs. Learn how simulation-based decisions are superior in

improving cost information and cost control. A scalable toolkit for decision-making in an uncertain business-environment.

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