Training the Street: Corporate Valuation and Financial Modeling Workshop

Date, time, location

Date Saturday, November 21, 2020

Time 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Additional details

Register for the Event

Training the Street (TTS) Corporate Valuation and Financial Modeling Workshop is designed to be an essential foundation for a wide variety of students interested in:

  • The financial services industry (investment banking, consulting, research, asset management, brokerage, sales & trading, insurance, private equity, venture capital, entrepreneurship and start-ups)
  • Corporate/strategic development or finance group of a corporation
  • Enhancing their learning in finance and financial statement analysis classes

Financial Statement Analysis Overview

TTS’s Financial Statement Analysis module is designed to prepare financial professionals for the challenges of Corporate Valuation by focusing on the building blocks employed in these methodologies. Oriented around interpreting financial results, TTS weaves classroom lecture, in-class exercises and critical thinking developed through reading financial statements of public companies into a comprehensive understanding of financial statements.  

Corporate Valuation Overview

The main goal of this module is to assist candidates seeking employment on Wall Street and in the field of finance. Through practical examples and exercises, TTS will introduce participants to fundamentals of valuation techniques used by Wall Street practitioners. Specifically, the content will cover:

  • Discounted cash flow analysis
  • Imputing multiples and valuation ranges
  • Sources of public information
  • Key valuation concepts: Equity and Enterprise Value, EBIT and EBITDA, common uses of valuation
  • Public comparables analysis
  • Acquisition comparables analysis

Participation in the virtual workshop is limited to 40 students.  Apply at https://forms.gle/py3EWHce8MEYSexE7 .  Questions can be directed to osfic@oberlin.edu .

Sponsored jointly by the Oberlin Student Finance and Investment Club and the Department of Economics.

Event Contact

Terri Pleska, Administrative Assistant 440-775-8483