MCD2 - Creating Value at Board Level – Markets vs Stock Value (NEW)

Level Advanced.
Course Description Value creation is often linked to stock market value – which is a misconception. Often, the best way to create value is to allow the stock price to drop. In fact, the need to increase the stock price may result in destruction of value. Led by Professor Massimo Massa from INSEAD, this session will lay out a framework that allows board directors to understand value creation and the limitations of the stock market. Understanding the markets through concepts of behavioural finance will help directors to uncover the linkage between value creation and the market.
Course Objectives
  1. Explore the role of financial markets in conditioning the actions of the boards.
  2. Learn about and assess the nature of the markets.
  3. Understand the impact of the markets on value creation and the framework to deal with the pressures it creates.
  4. Identify ways in which boards can work with managers to manage market-driven biases.
Course Outline
  1. The meaning of real value creation.
  2. Fallacies of the markets.
  3. The market and the board: challenge or opportunity?
  4. Behavioural biases at work.
  5. Intervention processes for boards.
Target Audience
Directors seeking to have a greater understanding of impact of the markets on value creation.
Course Duration Half day.
Format Presentation with case studies, group discussions and sharing by high-profile speakers.
Course Fees
(including 7% GST)
SID member: $481.50    Non-member: $663.40
CPD Hours 4 hours.

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