Advanced Finance


The main objective of this Certificat is deepening the students’ skills and knowledge of complex investments and financing issues faced by any firm.

Secondly, this elective enables participants to manage effectively corporate investments and to select an adapted strategy to hedge financial risks.

  • 21 September
  • 8 Days in 3 months
  • € 4 000


This programme provides you with the skills and knowledge of complex investments and financing issues faced by any business. The programme will also teach you how to effectively manage your investments and choose an appropriate strategy to cover financial risks.

Personal objectives

  • Master advanced concepts in investment and portfolio management.
  • Learn how to value a business with effective methods and tools.
  • Master the different procedures for raising capital.
  • Identify, measure and eliminate financial risks.

Corporate objectives

  • Efficient management of the investment portfolio.
  • Accurate assessment of the value of a company in mergers and acquisitions.
  • Identification and reduction of financial risks.
  • Identification of concrete financial options in a climate of economic uncertainty.

Participant profiles

The programme is open to people with an undergraduate degree (minimum Bac+2) and a minimum of 3 years’ professional experience in an operational or general management function.

Financial Managers

Managers or business creators

Management controllers

Financial advisors

The average age of a class is 42 years with 20 years of professional experience; participants come from all sectors of activity. The added value of the modules taught also lies in the interaction between students, the sharing of experience and the contribution of complementary visions in the context of case studies and reflections during the course.





Interview with the Programme Director


Admission and support for financing

Our admission process is simple, fast and can be adapted to your professional schedule. You are accompanied throughout the procedure by our admissions managers, whether to complete your application file, prepare your interview with the Programme Director or with the processes for financial assistance and administrative registration.

Application & Interview

=> Application form to be completed on our platform where you will be asked to provide information on your career path and experience, your motivating factors, your career plan, etc.

=> Interview with the Programme Director, which consists of a period of exchange to ensure that our academic offer is in line with your expectations and your project. It will also be an opportunity to discuss current topics, your vision of current business trends, etc. Following the interview, an assessment report is published by the Programme Director to measure the quality of your application.

=> An admissions panel meets each week to assess and validate the applications received. You then receive your admissions letter by email. The admissions officer with the processes for funding and publishing your training agreement.

Financial aid

There are many funding schemes for vocational training depending on your situation, a non-exhaustive list is given below:

=> CPF Personal Training Account
=> Company skills development plan
=> OPCO contribution (for companies with fewer than 50 employees)
=> Individual Training Assistance (Pôle Emploi)
=> Assistance from the Région Qualifemploi (for job seekers)
=> The professional transition project – CPF de transition (formerly CIF)


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