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Advanced Company Evaluation
Advanced Company Evaluation (8 IIROC CE Credits)

This one (1) day course starts with an overview of financial statement analysis to set the basis for the financial valuation models subsequently addressed in the course. The course then moves on to address the value creation process and examine the validity and limits of value creation in the context of corporate restructuring. It continues with the analysis and practical examination of the traditional valuation models, then extends to relative valuation models, and finally combines different pricing frameworks in valuing a number of entities with different investment and financing characteristics. The course is highly participative and the extensive use of real-world cases guides you through the theory and application of valuation models highlighting their strengths and weaknesses. All course materials are provided. Upon confirmation of registration, the student will receive a free one-year subscription to Investment Executive, Canada's Newspaper for Financial Advisors.
IIROC
8
Science of ETFs
Science of ETFs

In this two (2) day session, you will investigate the history of the most traded instrument at present: ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds. ETFs were created in Canada and the first one traded on the TSX in 1989. There are a myriad of ETFs available and there is widespread misinformation and misconceptions associated with this product. In this two day course we'll review ETF structure, characteristics and creation process, the indexes on which the ETFs are based, ETF strategies, and the myths of ETF investing. ETFs are being created every day and are attractive to investors due to their ability to be as diverse as a Mutual Fund. However, they act like a stock and can be used by investors and institutions as a method of portfolio hedging. This course will compare ETFs to other products and review tax favorability that has provided momentum in the product's growth. All course materials are provided. Upon confirmation of registration, the student will receive a free one-year subscription to Investment Executive, Canada's Newspaper for Financial Advisors. 
SUI
16
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Science of ETFs
Science of ETFs

In this two (2) day session, you will investigate the history of the most traded instrument at present: ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds. ETFs were created in Canada and the first one traded on the TSX in 1989. There are a myriad of ETFs available and there is widespread misinformation and misconceptions associated with this product. In this two day course we'll review ETF structure, characteristics and creation process, the indexes on which the ETFs are based, ETF strategies, and the myths of ETF investing. ETFs are being created every day and are attractive to investors due to their ability to be as diverse as a Mutual Fund. However, they act like a stock and can be used by investors and institutions as a method of portfolio hedging. This course will compare ETFs to other products and review tax favorability that has provided momentum in the product's growth. All course materials are provided. Upon confirmation of registration, the student will receive a free one-year subscription to Investment Executive, Canada's Newspaper for Financial Advisors. 
SUI
16
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SUI Smart Briefcase
Smart Briefcase