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Our clients look to us to help them create a portfolio to build for their future and meet their individual goals by utilizing our investment management services. The strength of a successful financial structure begins with a solid foundation. This may include investing for a particular goal, retirement income stream, wealth transfer or a list of lifetime targets that need to be funded. Our investment philosophy is an essential building block used in creating investment portfolios for our clients.
Shorter, more intensive courses, mixed with a "no grades" policy translates into maximum risk and an optimized use of time, attention, and resources. In the program, students don't have to choose between tracks. They are all combined, strategically placed across the 2-year experience.
Shareholder value added SVA is a measure of the operating profits that a company has produced in excess of its funding costs, or cost of capital. The basic calculation is net operating profit after tax NOPAT minus the cost of capital, which is based on the company's weighted average cost of capital. Some value investors use SVA as a tool to judge the corporation's profitability and management efficacy. This line of thinking runs congruent with value-based management, which assumes that the foremost consideration of a corporation should be to maximize economic value for its shareholders.