Friday, December 14, 2007

ISB unveils advanced PE course for execs

DELHI: The Centre for Executive Education (CEE) at the Indian School of Business
(ISB) is conducting an advanced degree particular programme on private equity. This
programme is being offered in association with Times Private Treaties, the
strategic investing arm of the mass media pudding stone The Times
Group. The programme have been
designed for banking, finance and coverage people who aim for a
career in private equity, lawyers, hired comptrollers and CPAs working with
private equity companies. Being conducted at ISB in February 2008, the programme
will be led by two internationally-renowned adepts Seth Thomas Frederik Hellmann,
associate professor at the Sauder School of Business, University of British
Columbia, and Marco District Attorney Rin, helper professor at Torino University. Deepak Chandra, associate dean
for executive director instruction at ISB says: “The Indian private equity marketplace is
unique in many ways and is fast attracting the attending of many planetary players. To fuel this growth, companies necessitate to put in people who have got an in
depth expertness of best patterns and the knowhow to do them work for India. CEE at the ISB have designed this programme to convey Indian people up to
speed on global
standards.” Adds Sunil
Rajshekhar, director, Times Private Treaties: “We astatine the Times Group
believe that the private equity marketplace is growing exponentially with a demand
for planetary expertise. The ISB’s border in delivering world-class education
and its globally-renowned faculty will guarantee a truly global-local learning for
participants in this particular programme.” The Republic Of India growing narrative has
spurred a batch of mid-sized, fast-growing companies to accept private equity as a
source of development capital, which is helping them turn their endeavor value
manifold. Growing sectors such as as hospitality, retail, healthcare, IT and
manufacturing, will go on to look at private equity as a major beginning of
funding. As the economic system goes robust and sectors unfastened up, this volition translate
into a fast path demand for private equity experts across the
industry. The success of the
private equity concern is, however, dependent on the degree of expertness of
these professionals. CEE at the ISB have been the first to present several
niche and cutting-edge programmes for executives, including those on executive
coaching, venture capitalists, planetary growing for SMEs and respective others. This
programme for private equity people is the up-to-the-minute enterprise to raise the
bar for North American Indian executives.

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