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The Certificate in Investment Banking Course is designed to provide hands-on knowledge and skills to become a successful Investment Banker. By undertaking this course you gain in- depth knowledge on the concepts of Finance which are covered along with practical case studies.


  • Certificate in Investment Banking program prepares candidates not just for a JOB but a CAREER that leads them to become Industry oriented Finance professional.
  • The program is designed to give hands-on-expertise in the area of Investment Banking , Financial Research, Private Equity, Equity and Credit Research Valuation etc
  • The program is integrated with: - The International CFA Level I Exam Curriculum.
  • - Advance Financial Modeling Program.
    - Data Visualization
    - Workshops on Investment Banking


    Our training is open for candidates who want to make their career in Investment Banking, Financial Research, Private Equity, Equity and Credit Research Valuation.

    Interested Students can be from any background like:
    Other working Professionals


    Normally, fresher's ( graduates or MBAs) without practical skills find it really difficult to find hard core Finance Jobs.:

    However, with CIB training candidate becomes job ready with Industry required skill sets which gives them the advantage and confidence to command higher roles and pay package.


    Module - I
    Orientation and Financial statement Analysis Investment Banking and Corporate Finance Introduction
    • Definition and Roles in Finance and Investment Banking
    • Overview of Private Equity, Hedge Funds and Venture Capital Firms
    • Definition of an Investment Bank
    • Investment Banking Industry Overview
    • Career Paths at an Investment Bank
    • The Pitch Process
    • Buy Side vs. Sell Side of a Transaction
    • Initial Public Offerings
    • Expectations of an Investment Banking Employee
    Overview of Financial Accounting (Balance Sheet, Cash Flow, Income Statement)
    Understanding the SEC 10-K and 10-Q
    Financial Statement Analysis
    Ratios and Growth Rate Analysis
    Normalizing Adjustments
    Complete Valuation Analysis:Market Approach Introduction to Corporate Valuation
    Understanding Enterprise Value and Equity Value
    Comparable Company Analysis
    • How to Select Comparable Companies
    • Spreading Comparable
    • Analysing Valuation Multiples and Determining Corporate Value
    Historical Transaction Analysis
    • How to Select Comparable Companies
    • preading Comparables
    • Determining Corporate Value

    Module - II
    Complete Valuation Analysis-Income Approach Discounted Cash Flow Analysis (DCF) (Valuation Method 3)
    The Forecast Period & Forecasting Revenue Growth
    Forecasting Free Cash Flows
    Calculating The Discount Rate
    Determining Fair Value
    Pros & Cons Of DCF
    Determining Corporate Value
    Construction of an Integrated Cash Flow Model Introduction to Cash Flow Modeling
    • Financial Modeling Best Practices
    • Setting up a Financial Model
    • Selecting Assumptions and Drivers
    • Linking the 3 Financial Statements
    Setting up the Model for Historic and 5-Year Projections
    Projecting the Financial Statements (Balance Sheet, Cash Flow, Income Statement)
    • Modeling Debt and Revolvers
    • Debt and Interest Schedule
    • Industry Accepted Assumptions (COGS, EBITDA, Working Capital and Capital Expenditures)
    • Measurement of Sensitivity
    Analyzing, Concluding and Testing the Model
    Module - III
    Leveraged buy-out(LBO)Modeling Understanding Leveraged Buyouts (LBO)
    Discussion of Returns Analysis
    • Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
    • Cash Return
    How Leverage is Used to Generate Returns
    Primary Sources of LBO Financing
    Construction of an LBO Model
    • Historical and Projected Income Statement through EBIT
    • Input Opening Balance Sheet and Project Balance Sheet
    • Debt and Interest Schedules
    Leveraged buy-out(LBO)Modeling(Cont.)
    • Complete Pro Forma Income Statement Balance Sheet and Cash flow Statements
    • How to Calculate Goodwill
    • Modeling LBO Financial Structure
    • Perform Returns Analysis
    • How to Determine Valuation
    • Analysing and Testing the LBO Model
    Strategies for Exit and Monetization
    Determining Initial Public Offering (IPO)Valuation
    Module - IV
    Merger and Acquisitions(M&A) Modeling Introduction to Mergers and Acquisitions
    • M&A Market Overview
    • Various M&A Approaches
    • The Sale Process in Detail
    Construction of an M&A Model
    • Preparation of Key Acquisition Data
    • Valuation of Target Company
    • Building Funding Structure
    • Modeling Acquisition Adjustments
    • Calculating Accretion / Dilution Effects
    • Significance of Relative P/Es
    Merger and Acquisitions(M&A) Modeling (Cont.)
    • Determining Contribution Analysis
    • Calculating Leverage Ratios
    • Pro Forma Balance Sheet
    • Measurement of Sensitivity
    • Post-Merger Adjustment and Liabilities
    • Accounting Implications and Issues
    Analyzing, Concluding and Testing the M&A Model
    Module - V
    Project finance-Workshop JV Cash Waterfall Modeling
    Par-Pre and post money valuation
    Par-Structuring Investment in Tranches
    Joint Venture Modeling
    Monte Carlo Simulation Introduction to Monte-Carlo Simulations (MCS)
    Understanding @RISK software for MCS
    Understanding Gauss Brownian Motion
    Estimating key inputs to a MCS
    • Volatility
    • Time
    • Drift Rate
    CASE 1 : - Simulating future equity value/enterprise value/MVIC for a company
    CASE 2 : - Forecasting financials using poisson and normal distribution
    CASE 3 : - Simulating an event using probability based distribution
    CASE 4: - Simulating two variables using the co-relation between them
    CASE 5: - Simulating capital budgeting exercises based on certain constraints using triangular distribution
    Module - VI
    Investment Banking-Workshop Introduction to Databases
    Introduction to Pitchbook
    Key Parts of a pitchbook
    Key sources of information
    Best practices in Investment Banking
    Key Regulations
    Roles of key participants
    IPO process
    Intermediaries in Book Building
    Bidding Process
    Allotment and Listing Process
    Issue Expenses
    Equity Research Report Writing Introduction
    Usage of Equity Research Reports
    Sell Side v/s Buy Side
    Types of reports
    Components of an equity research report
    Summary / Investment Thesis


    Video Tutorials

    Easy to follow byte sized video tutorials created by topic experts. Learn the concepts at your own pace.

    Excel Workbooks

    Create models following a step-by-step approach devised by professionals. These workbooks have been specially designed to ensure you incorporate best industry practices of LBO modeling.

    Unlimited Download Access

    Download the whole material anytime during your 1 year subscription and use it for any future reference.

    Certificate of Excellence

    A reference to get ahead in your career. At the end of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Participation. You can also earn the Certificate of Excellence upon completing our course assignment (Please get in touch with our sales representative for more details).



    EduPristine really cares about its customers and made sure that I was satisfied with the service. The training was informative and professional yet comfortable and fun. With a little improvement on the communication, I believe EduPristine will be one of the best financial training service providers.

    Edupristine provides a timely and effective training for emerging finance professionals in investment analysis and business analysis. The course is enriching and relevant for career growth and development for any finance professional.


    Certificate Program in Investment Banking is ideal for graduates and working professional who wish to get a shining career in Investment Banking, Financial Research, Private Equity, Equity and Credit Research Valuation.

    After successfully completion of the program one can have their career in the following fields
    - Investment Banking
    - Private Equity
    - Hedge Funds
    - Equity Reseach (Buy-Side and Sell-Side)
    - Asset Management
    - Corporate Finance and Strategy (Fortune 500 Finance Departments)
    - Private Wealth Management
    In addition, the course will benefit business owners, IT professionals, corporate executives, attorneys, and accountants who are involved with financial transactions, private equity and hedge fund investments.

    Course duration is minimum 9 months

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