Wednesday, April 16, 2014
1 - 5 pm EDT
Member: $525 | Non-member: $625
4.5 CTP/CCM Credits
4.5 CPE Credit
CPE Field of Study: Finance
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This advanced course is geared towards those whose job functions include financial planning and analysis. Examine key concepts in capital budgeting, including: decision making and the value optimization, cash flow analysis, and decision tools required to evaluate estimated cash flows. Attendees benefit from interactive self-assessments and application activities to apply the lessons learned.
- Examine the role, purpose, and general logic of a systematic capital budgeting process
- Describe, discuss, analyze, and apply a systematic approach for determining cash flows relevant to a capital budgeting analysis
- Identify and apply key decision tools (such as NPV, IRR, Payback and Discounted Payback Period) and analyze key criteria for completing a capital budgeting analysis of cash flows
- Discuss key terminology, challenges, and implications of capital budgeting analysis
Kevin S. Schieuer, Ph.D.
Professor of Finance, College of Business, Bellevue University
Dr. Kevin Schieuer serves as the Director of the Undergraduate Business Administration Program, Director of the Master of Science in Finance and Chair of the Finance area at Bellevue University. In addition to teaching finance courses, Dr. Schieuer has been involved with corporate education activities for organizations such as ConAgra, Kum & Go Corporation, Nebraska Hospital Association, Iowa Hospital Association, Gallup Organization, as well as business education certificate programs for credit unions and financial institutions. He also serves as Director of the College’s Certified Treasury Management Program through the Association for Financial Professionals.
Dr. Schieuer earned his Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with major areas of study in Corporate Finance, Investments, Financial Markets/Institutions, and Econometrics. He also earned an MBA with an emphasis in Finance as well as graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and BS degrees in Math, Physics, and Business Administration.
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