The purpose of this course is to make participants familiar with the principles of corporate financial decision‐making and to link these key elements to other core management disciplines as well as to the business environment. A successful outcome of this course comprises the ability to understand the importance of corporate financial management and in particular the interaction between strategic and financial decisions in corporations.
Ken L. Bechmann is a Professor of Corporate Finance at the Copenhagen Business School. He has written more than 50 research articles within corporate finance/capital markets including publications in prestigious international journals such as the Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, and Journal of Empirical Finance. His current teaching and research is mostly related to corporate finance and capital markets, and he is frequently used as a consultant and expert by the media, by several Danish ministries like the Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs, by the Danish FSA, and in court cases. Finally, he is the executive editor for the leading Danish finance journal, Finans/Invest.
Note: All information is accurate for the 2017-2019 academic year and is subject to change for future classes