This course was successfully launched in November 2016. Given the design component it involves, financial engineering should be considered equal to conventional engineering. By adopting this complementary approach, financial models can be used to identify how and why timing is critical in optimizing return on investment and to demonstrate how financial engineering can enhance returns to investors.
Metals and Energy Finance capitalizes on this approach, and identifies and examines the investment opportunities offered across the extractive industry’s cycle, from exploration through evaluation, pre-production development, development and production.
The course is made up with four modules: (*two of which run in parallel)
Duration: 1 day, 2 days, 3 days or 5 days
1 day – £775
2 days – £1550
3 days – £2100
5 days – £3500