An Introduction to Finance with Carillion Case Study
€225.00 – €285.00
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This half day workshop, delivered by Caroline Kirrane, will cover:
- Introduction to basic finance concepts,
- Learning to read and understand a set of financial statements,
- Carillion case study to understand a construction sector failure,
- How to spot issues through the financial statements.
Caroline Kirrane, CFA, MBA
Caroline has over a decade of experience working in financial markets.
She has an undergraduate degree in European Business and French from Dublin City University. She also holds a first class Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Trinity College Dublin and is a CFA Charter-holder.
After completing her undergraduate degree in France, Caroline began her career working in a hedge fund in Paris. She then returned to Dublin, working in US-based proprietary trading firm Susquehanna. She has held positions in Dexia and FinTech start-up Eagle Alpha. She has also worked as an economist with the Central Bank of Ireland, advising senior policy-makers on financial market developments.
This workshop is part of a series of finance and accounting focused workshops for Chartered Surveyors. If you are interested in developing your knowledge further, why not take a look at our related training workshops which can be undertaken either individually or as a full series:
- Accounting and Finance for Surveyors, (Friday, 4th November 2022)
- An Introduction to Business Valuation, (Friday, 25th November 2022)
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CPD hours: 3.5
Early Bird Member Ticket, Member Ticket, Non-Member Ticket, Member Bundle (X3 workshops)
Date: 9 December 2022
Start time: 14:30 IST
End time: 17:30 IST
Phone: 01 644 5500