Courses of Study | Corporate Finance and alert systems: Recent approaches for banks, companies and professionals
Courses of Study Corporate Finance and alert systems: Recent approaches for banks, companies and professionals
The one-year university specialization course in Corporate Finance and alert systems: a new approach for companies, banks, and professionals is aimed at training highly qualified and specialized professionals. The training objective of the course is to provide participants with theoretical and operational tools aimed at a preventive approach to business crises.
Therefore, particularly qualifying and innovative issues of the Code of Business Crisis and Insolvency referred to in Legislative Decree No. 14/2019, will be addressed, from a double legal and business perspective. The issues include the alert measures, the indices, and indicators of the crisis, the OCRIs and the assisted settlement procedure of the crisis, and the new approach of banks to the corporate crisis.
The prevailing discussion of these issues will be accompanied by adequate attention to the other tools for resolving the crisis and insolvency put in place by the Code. All following the "Guidelines for the definition of training and refresher courses programs in the field of business crisis and insolvency, approved by the Higher School of the Judiciary according to art. 356, paragraph 2, fifth sentence, of the Code of Business Crisis and Insolvency".
1. Train professionals who work in the world of companies, institutions, and consultancy in the field of financial analysis and planning. This is due to the increasingly evident need to search and traceback professionals who are capable of combining technical-financial and legal skills correctly inspired by business continuity and consciously guided by recent legislative interventions;
2. Provide not only the knowledge and skills in the field of warning symptoms and corrective interventions of the crisis through financial planning techniques and economic-business tools but also the necessary specific update in light of law 155/2017 and the legislative decree 14/2019.
The training project is aimed at all those who intend to update themselves on the provisions of the Business Crisis and Insolvency Code, such as curators and managers of the corporate crisis, business consultants, accountants, lawyers, as well as administrative staff and managers of companies, and bank officials.
The course is also suitable for recent graduates in legal and economic disciplines who intend to approach corporate finance according to an approach aimed at preventing and overcoming the state of business crisis, according to the recent regulatory provisions.
The course is aimed at subjects in possession of a four-year degree, specialist/master's degree in economics or law, or an equivalent.
Italian and foreign citizens who, at the expiry of the deadline for submitting the application form, are also in possession of at least a first-level degree (three-year) or any other equivalent recognized qualification, can participate in the competition at the discretion of the Judging Commission, and for the sole purpose of admission to the Course.
ENROLLMENT FEE AND SCHOLARSHIPS
The course registration fee (including stamp duty) is set at € 616.00 (six hundred and sixteen / 00).
There are n. 55 partial-coverage scholarships, equal to € 450.00 each, of which 40 were financed by Istituto di Credito Banca Sella and 15 by the Salerno Chamber of Commerce.
The reimbursement of scholarships is subject to the attendance of the course (80% of the lessons) and the passing of the final exam.
DIRECTION AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
The Direction of the Course is entrusted to prof. Carmen GALLUCCI, associate professor for the scientific-disciplinary sector SECS / P09 (Corporate Finance) at the Department of Management Innovation Systems - (DISA / MIS) of the University. The co-Director of the Course is prof. Francesco DE SANTIS, full professor for the scientific-disciplinary sector IUS 15 (Civil procedural law) at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of the University.
The Scientific Committee is made up of the following professors: Vincenzo Loia (Full Professor, Rector of the University of Salerno - President of the Scientific Committee), prof. Carmen Gallucci (Course Director), Giuseppe Fauceglia (Full Professor), Eng. Andrea Prete (President of the Salerno Chamber of Commerce), Dr. Giorgio Jachia (President of the Bankruptcy Section - Court of Salerno), and Dr. Gennaro Crescenzo (Director of the Banca Sella South Area).
The Faculty is made up of university professors, professionals who are experts in the subject, and judges.
DIDACTIC ORGANIZATION AND OFFICE LOCATION
The course includes 100 hours of didactic activity and is organized into 20 lessons.
The teachings will be imparted through distance learning through the Microsoft Teams platform.
The training activities are organized in 5 didactic modules, programmed as follows:
MODULE I (10 hours) THE ALERT TOOLS AND PROCEDURES FOR OVERCOMING THE BUSINESS CRISIS: LEGAL FRAMEWORK
MODULE II (10 hours) ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND REPORTING OBLIGATIONS
MODULE III (40 hours) CORPORATE FINANCE AND ALERT SYSTEMS
MODULE IV (20 hours) BANK-BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP IN THE FRAMEWORK OF CRISIS PREVENTION AND SOLUTION SYSTEMS
MODULE V (20 hours) OUTCOMES OF ALERTS AND CRISIS COMPOSITION PROCEDURES: THE ROLE OF OCRI
A final exam is foreseen, which consists of the presentation of a paper concerning one of the topics covered by the modules of the course.
The course will start in September 2020.
At the end of the course, a certificate will be issued on plain paper which may be valid for all uses permitted by law.
Further information can be found on the website of the DISA-MIS Department in the dedicated section: www.disa.unisa.it/didattica/perfezionamentofinanza or by writing to email@example.com.