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M&A Process and Participants

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M&A Process and Participants

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

It is important for bankers to understand who M&A participants are and the typical steps involved in the merger process. Most M&A deals are initiated by a company's chief executive officer, chief financial officer, or strategic development department. The company's management identifies an area of business to expand or divest and then engages a banker to investigate targets or buyers.

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It is important for bankers to understand who M&A participants are and the typical steps involved in the merger process. Most M&A deals are...

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M&A Process and Participants

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

It is important for bankers to understand who M&A participants are and the typical steps involved in the merger process. Most M&A deals are initiated by a company's chief executive officer, chief financial officer, or strategic development department. The company's management identifies an area of business to expand or divest and then engages a banker to investigate targets or buyers.

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M&A Process and Participants

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

It is important for bankers to understand who M&A participants are and the typical steps involved in the merger process. Most M&A deals are initiated by a company's chief executive officer, chief financial officer, or strategic development department. The company's management identifies an area of business to expand or divest and then engages a banker to investigate targets or buyers.

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M&A Valuation Methods

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M&A Valuation Methods

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Because of the continuing importance of mergers and acquisitions in the business climate, it is worthwhile to examine the valuation process, including some reviews of previously covered material, in that specific context. Valuation is the heart of any merger and acquisition analysis. It is a means of determining the transaction's parameters: the minimum and maximum bid range, potential synergies, and

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Because of the continuing importance of mergers and acquisitions in the business climate, it is worthwhile to examine the valuation process, including some reviews...

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M&A Valuation Methods

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Because of the continuing importance of mergers and acquisitions in the business climate, it is worthwhile to examine the valuation process, including some reviews of previously covered material, in that specific context. Valuation is the heart of any merger and acquisition analysis. It is a means of determining the transaction's parameters: the minimum and maximum bid range, potential synergies, and

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M&A Valuation Methods

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Because of the continuing importance of mergers and acquisitions in the business climate, it is worthwhile to examine the valuation process, including some reviews of previously covered material, in that specific context. Valuation is the heart of any merger and acquisition analysis. It is a means of determining the transaction's parameters: the minimum and maximum bid range, potential synergies, and

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Investment Opportunity Identification

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Investment Opportunity Identification

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

To uncover investment opportunities, it is important to read and interpret market indicators. While some alternatives can be gleaned by examining individual market indicators, like the yield curve or a swap spread, combinations of indicators can be even more informative. What investment opportunities arise under different combinations of yield curve and credit spread conditions? This learning unit investigates the interactions

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To uncover investment opportunities, it is important to read and interpret market indicators. While some alternatives can be gleaned by examining individual market indicators,...

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Investment Opportunity Identification

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

To uncover investment opportunities, it is important to read and interpret market indicators. While some alternatives can be gleaned by examining individual market indicators, like the yield curve or a swap spread, combinations of indicators can be even more informative. What investment opportunities arise under different combinations of yield curve and credit spread conditions? This learning unit investigates the interactions

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Investment Opportunity Identification

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

To uncover investment opportunities, it is important to read and interpret market indicators. While some alternatives can be gleaned by examining individual market indicators, like the yield curve or a swap spread, combinations of indicators can be even more informative. What investment opportunities arise under different combinations of yield curve and credit spread conditions? This learning unit investigates the interactions

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Leasing Market Fundamentals

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Leasing Market Fundamentals

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Sources of lease finance include equipment manufacturers, banks and independent leasing companies. Leasing can be a highly attractive product for banks, both as an element of the bank's product offerings and as a means of optimizing the bank's own tax position through the taking of lessor tax benefits. Lease documentation is similar in its terms and conditions to loan documentation

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Sources of lease finance include equipment manufacturers, banks and independent leasing companies. Leasing can be a highly attractive product for banks, both as an...

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Leasing Market Fundamentals

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Sources of lease finance include equipment manufacturers, banks and independent leasing companies. Leasing can be a highly attractive product for banks, both as an element of the bank's product offerings and as a means of optimizing the bank's own tax position through the taking of lessor tax benefits. Lease documentation is similar in its terms and conditions to loan documentation

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Leasing Market Fundamentals

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Sources of lease finance include equipment manufacturers, banks and independent leasing companies. Leasing can be a highly attractive product for banks, both as an element of the bank's product offerings and as a means of optimizing the bank's own tax position through the taking of lessor tax benefits. Lease documentation is similar in its terms and conditions to loan documentation

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Leasing Market Participants

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Leasing Market Participants

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Leasing can be highly attractive for banks, both as a product offering and as a way to optimize the bank's tax position through lessor tax benefits. The three main participants in a lease transaction are the lessee, the lessor, and the vendor. The most often leased equipment types are railroad, computers, aircraft, trucks, and trailers. Sources of lease finance include

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Leasing can be highly attractive for banks, both as a product offering and as a way to optimize the bank’s tax position through lessor...

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Leasing Market Participants

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Leasing can be highly attractive for banks, both as a product offering and as a way to optimize the bank's tax position through lessor tax benefits. The three main participants in a lease transaction are the lessee, the lessor, and the vendor. The most often leased equipment types are railroad, computers, aircraft, trucks, and trailers. Sources of lease finance include

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Leasing Market Participants

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Leasing can be highly attractive for banks, both as a product offering and as a way to optimize the bank's tax position through lessor tax benefits. The three main participants in a lease transaction are the lessee, the lessor, and the vendor. The most often leased equipment types are railroad, computers, aircraft, trucks, and trailers. Sources of lease finance include

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Wholesale Bank Products and Services

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Wholesale Bank Products and Services

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Why do banks exist? Their traditional role has been to take deposits from individuals and companies and lend that cash to other individuals and companies, earning a spread on the interest rates charged. Therefore, banks are in the business of managing liabilities (their customers' deposits) and assets (the loans they grant). Because loans and deposits created a demand for payments,

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Why do banks exist? Their traditional role has been to take deposits from individuals and companies and lend that cash to other individuals and...

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Wholesale Bank Products and Services

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Why do banks exist? Their traditional role has been to take deposits from individuals and companies and lend that cash to other individuals and companies, earning a spread on the interest rates charged. Therefore, banks are in the business of managing liabilities (their customers' deposits) and assets (the loans they grant). Because loans and deposits created a demand for payments,

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Wholesale Bank Products and Services

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Why do banks exist? Their traditional role has been to take deposits from individuals and companies and lend that cash to other individuals and companies, earning a spread on the interest rates charged. Therefore, banks are in the business of managing liabilities (their customers' deposits) and assets (the loans they grant). Because loans and deposits created a demand for payments,

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Growing Company Features

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Growing Company Features

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

All companies proceed along a life cycle, and venture-backed businesses start with a small amount of seed capital and raise additional financing as they reach certain milestones in their development. In the early part of its life cycle, businesses go through development and expansion financing rounds. Development round financing seeds the idea, starts the company, and establishes full-scale operations. Expansion

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All companies proceed along a life cycle, and venture-backed businesses start with a small amount of seed capital and raise additional financing as they...

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Growing Company Features

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

All companies proceed along a life cycle, and venture-backed businesses start with a small amount of seed capital and raise additional financing as they reach certain milestones in their development. In the early part of its life cycle, businesses go through development and expansion financing rounds. Development round financing seeds the idea, starts the company, and establishes full-scale operations. Expansion

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Growing Company Features

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

All companies proceed along a life cycle, and venture-backed businesses start with a small amount of seed capital and raise additional financing as they reach certain milestones in their development. In the early part of its life cycle, businesses go through development and expansion financing rounds. Development round financing seeds the idea, starts the company, and establishes full-scale operations. Expansion

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Project Development Financing

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Project Development Financing

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The construction phase of a project is typically financed through a construction or interim loan. The loan usually comes from a commercial or mortgage bank that is knowledgeable about local market conditions and can release funds as stages of construction are completed. A risk to the lender is that too much construction lending could lead to significant overbuilding, which would

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The construction phase of a project is typically financed through a construction or interim loan. The loan usually comes from a commercial or mortgage...

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Project Development Financing

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The construction phase of a project is typically financed through a construction or interim loan. The loan usually comes from a commercial or mortgage bank that is knowledgeable about local market conditions and can release funds as stages of construction are completed. A risk to the lender is that too much construction lending could lead to significant overbuilding, which would

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Project Development Financing

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The construction phase of a project is typically financed through a construction or interim loan. The loan usually comes from a commercial or mortgage bank that is knowledgeable about local market conditions and can release funds as stages of construction are completed. A risk to the lender is that too much construction lending could lead to significant overbuilding, which would

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WACC Calculations

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WACC Calculations

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Weighted average cost of capital (WACC), sometimes called the cost of capital, discount rate, required rate of return, or opportunity cost, is an essential component of valuation, financial strategy, restructuring decisions, capital budgeting and performance metrics. A company's cost of both equity and debt are needed to calculate its WACC. Equity's high cost relative to debt ensures that it will

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Weighted average cost of capital (WACC), sometimes called the cost of capital, discount rate, required rate of return, or opportunity cost, is an essential...

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WACC Calculations

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Weighted average cost of capital (WACC), sometimes called the cost of capital, discount rate, required rate of return, or opportunity cost, is an essential component of valuation, financial strategy, restructuring decisions, capital budgeting and performance metrics. A company's cost of both equity and debt are needed to calculate its WACC. Equity's high cost relative to debt ensures that it will

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WACC Calculations

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Weighted average cost of capital (WACC), sometimes called the cost of capital, discount rate, required rate of return, or opportunity cost, is an essential component of valuation, financial strategy, restructuring decisions, capital budgeting and performance metrics. A company's cost of both equity and debt are needed to calculate its WACC. Equity's high cost relative to debt ensures that it will

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Private Placement Market Characteristics

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Private Placement Market Characteristics

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Private placements occupy a financing niche with established participant types and market structures. Traditional private placements are made on a best-efforts basis. A commercial or investment bank often acts as agent, though some companies place or try to place their own paper. Historically, private placement issuers were companies that could not access the public markets but needed terms unavailable in

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Private placements occupy a financing niche with established participant types and market structures. Traditional private placements are made on a best-efforts basis. A commercial...

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Private Placement Market Characteristics

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Private placements occupy a financing niche with established participant types and market structures. Traditional private placements are made on a best-efforts basis. A commercial or investment bank often acts as agent, though some companies place or try to place their own paper. Historically, private placement issuers were companies that could not access the public markets but needed terms unavailable in

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Private Placement Market Characteristics

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Private placements occupy a financing niche with established participant types and market structures. Traditional private placements are made on a best-efforts basis. A commercial or investment bank often acts as agent, though some companies place or try to place their own paper. Historically, private placement issuers were companies that could not access the public markets but needed terms unavailable in

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Lease vs. Buy Decisions

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Lease vs. Buy Decisions

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Financial managers must choose between buying and leasing in two types of situations: when acquiring new capital assets and when reviewing the company's current and projected tax position. The key decision factors are the timing and ability to use tax benefits; the difference in the lessee's and lessor's opinion of the asset's residual value; the need for flexibility to change,

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Financial managers must choose between buying and leasing in two types of situations: when acquiring new capital assets and when reviewing the company’s current...

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Lease vs. Buy Decisions

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Financial managers must choose between buying and leasing in two types of situations: when acquiring new capital assets and when reviewing the company's current and projected tax position. The key decision factors are the timing and ability to use tax benefits; the difference in the lessee's and lessor's opinion of the asset's residual value; the need for flexibility to change,

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Lease vs. Buy Decisions

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Financial managers must choose between buying and leasing in two types of situations: when acquiring new capital assets and when reviewing the company's current and projected tax position. The key decision factors are the timing and ability to use tax benefits; the difference in the lessee's and lessor's opinion of the asset's residual value; the need for flexibility to change,

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We...

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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Intermediate
2.5 hours
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M&A Process and Participants

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

It is important for bankers to understand who M&A participants are and the typical steps involved in the merger process. Most M&A deals are initiated by a company's chief executive officer, chief financial officer, or strategic development department. The company's management identifies an area of business to expand or divest and then engages a banker to investigate targets or buyers.

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Intermediate
2.5 hours
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M&A Valuation Methods

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Because of the continuing importance of mergers and acquisitions in the business climate, it is worthwhile to examine the valuation process, including some reviews of previously covered material, in that specific context. Valuation is the heart of any merger and acquisition analysis. It is a means of determining the transaction's parameters: the minimum and maximum bid range, potential synergies, and

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Investment Opportunity Identification

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

To uncover investment opportunities, it is important to read and interpret market indicators. While some alternatives can be gleaned by examining individual market indicators, like the yield curve or a swap spread, combinations of indicators can be even more informative. What investment opportunities arise under different combinations of yield curve and credit spread conditions? This learning unit investigates the interactions

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Intermediate
1.5 hours
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Leasing Market Fundamentals

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Sources of lease finance include equipment manufacturers, banks and independent leasing companies. Leasing can be a highly attractive product for banks, both as an element of the bank's product offerings and as a means of optimizing the bank's own tax position through the taking of lessor tax benefits. Lease documentation is similar in its terms and conditions to loan documentation

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Leasing Market Participants

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Leasing can be highly attractive for banks, both as a product offering and as a way to optimize the bank's tax position through lessor tax benefits. The three main participants in a lease transaction are the lessee, the lessor, and the vendor. The most often leased equipment types are railroad, computers, aircraft, trucks, and trailers. Sources of lease finance include

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Wholesale Bank Products and Services

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Why do banks exist? Their traditional role has been to take deposits from individuals and companies and lend that cash to other individuals and companies, earning a spread on the interest rates charged. Therefore, banks are in the business of managing liabilities (their customers' deposits) and assets (the loans they grant). Because loans and deposits created a demand for payments,

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Intermediate
2.5 hours
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Growing Company Features

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

All companies proceed along a life cycle, and venture-backed businesses start with a small amount of seed capital and raise additional financing as they reach certain milestones in their development. In the early part of its life cycle, businesses go through development and expansion financing rounds. Development round financing seeds the idea, starts the company, and establishes full-scale operations. Expansion

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Project Development Financing

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The construction phase of a project is typically financed through a construction or interim loan. The loan usually comes from a commercial or mortgage bank that is knowledgeable about local market conditions and can release funds as stages of construction are completed. A risk to the lender is that too much construction lending could lead to significant overbuilding, which would

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Core
2.0 hours
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WACC Calculations

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Weighted average cost of capital (WACC), sometimes called the cost of capital, discount rate, required rate of return, or opportunity cost, is an essential component of valuation, financial strategy, restructuring decisions, capital budgeting and performance metrics. A company's cost of both equity and debt are needed to calculate its WACC. Equity's high cost relative to debt ensures that it will

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Private Placement Market Characteristics

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Private placements occupy a financing niche with established participant types and market structures. Traditional private placements are made on a best-efforts basis. A commercial or investment bank often acts as agent, though some companies place or try to place their own paper. Historically, private placement issuers were companies that could not access the public markets but needed terms unavailable in

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Intermediate
2.5 hours
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Lease vs. Buy Decisions

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Financial managers must choose between buying and leasing in two types of situations: when acquiring new capital assets and when reviewing the company's current and projected tax position. The key decision factors are the timing and ability to use tax benefits; the difference in the lessee's and lessor's opinion of the asset's residual value; the need for flexibility to change,

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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