Careers after the Master of Science (MSc) Corporate Finance programme
This programme prepares you to corporate finance with a broad spectrum of applications: valuation of innovation, financial analysis of traded corporation, grasping of M&A and corporate venturing.
You will learn to develop financial acumen and business insight, to engage in complex decision-making at all stage of corporate development, opening doors on many exciting careers...
- Financial analyst in investment banking or investment fund
- Financial auditor, transaction services (“Big Four”: EY, Deloitte, KPMG, PWC)
- M&A professional in consulting or in large corporation
- LBO/IPO Corporate financing and structured financing advisor
- Risk manager, portfolio asset manager
- Capital investor (venture capital, private equity), fund raising
- Corporate venturing professional
HOLT VALUATION CHALLENGE
The Master of Science (MSc) in Corporate Finance is part of the Holt Valuation Challenge sponsored by Credit Suisse. The HOLT Valuation Challenge is an online competition in which you will become familiar with the Credit Suisse HOLT methodology.
This challenge will expend your financial knowledge, resulting in better skills in both the classroom and your future career.
CROWDFUNDING VALUATION CASE
The MSc Corporate Finance programme organizes the Crowdfunding Valuation Case with local venture capital firms such as ACG Management, Turenne Capital, SOFIMAC and BNP Paribas. This is a unique opportunity to practice your financial analysis skills on real venture projects and to present and discuss with professionals in this field.
Air France, Airbus Helicopters, Arcelor Mittal France, Axa Investment Managers, Barclays Invesment Banking, BNP Paribas, BPI, CA CIB, Carrefour, Cartier, Club Méditerranée, CMA CGM, Crédit Suisse, Cristofle, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Euler Hermes, Gemalto, HSBC, Hudson Advisors Uk Limited, JP Morgan, Kaufman & Broad, KPMG Audit, Natixis, Oddo & Cie, Orange, Pierre & Vacances, Publicis conseil, PWC, SAP, Schneider Electric Industries, Smalt Capital, Société Générale, Sofitel, Spie, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Turenne capital, Valeo…