## Math for Corporate Finance (CF) The course demonstrates how a number of mathematical formulas can be used to conduct detailed analysis on a set of data and/or variables.

Corporate Finance Institute (CFI) on-demand courses are designed for finance professionals and industry practitioners who want to master the art of corporate finance and supporting skillsets.

After registering for a CFI On Demand Course, CPA Saskatchewan will send you information on how to access the course within 2 business days.

On completion of the CFI courses, CFI will issue a certificate as supporting documentation for CPD audit purposes.

OBJECTIVE:
The course demonstrates how a number of mathematical formulas can be used to conduct detailed analysis on a set of data and/or variables.

WHO WILL BENEFIT:
Finance professionals and industry practitioners who want to master the art of corporate finance. Participants typically include professionals in entry to mid-level positions in financial planning & analysis (FP&A), corporate development, treasury, investor relations, and capital markets.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Participants will develop a stronger understanding of the mathematical formulas used in corporate finance through the following four modules:

Module 1 – Discounted Cash Flows

• Understand the concept of the time value of money
• Explain terms such as present value, future value, NPV, DCF, annuities, and perpetuities
• Use DCF techniques to calculate present values
• Calculate the present value of cash flow streams such as annuities and perpetuities

Module 2 – Bond Pricing and Yields

•  Use DCF to find the price of an annual or semi-annual bond
• Calculate the different yields used to assess bond returns
• Understand the relationship between bond prices and yields
• Identify whether a bond is trading at par, premium, or discount

Module 3 – Key Statistical Skills

•  Learn to calculate different measures of central tendency including arithmetic mean, weighted mean, WACC,and expected values
• Calculate simple moving and weighted moving averages
• Calculate different types of statistical dispersions such as range, variance, and standard deviation

Module 4 – Covariance, Correlation & Regression

•  Use correlation and covariance to describe the relationship between two variables
• Calculate covariance and correlation using Excel
• Use regression analysis to describe the relationship between two variables
• Undertake regression analysis in Excel and interpret the results

When
5/11/2021 - 3/31/2022
Where
On Demand

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