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Selling to Buy: Asset Sales and Merger Waves

📅18th January 2017
16:00
📅 To be confirmed

👤Professor Dimitris Petmezas
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📅18th Jan 2017
16:00

Selling to Buy: Asset Sales and Merger Waves

Professor Dimitris Petmezas - Chair in Finance - University of Surrey
Accounting and Finance Seminar Series

📅25th Jan 2017
18:30

Bloxx and other exits

Charles Sweeney - CEO - Critiqom Limited
Company exits

📅25th Jan 2017
19:00

Alumni Burns Night Gala Dinner

Alumni from across our global network are warmly invited to join us at an exclusive, black-tie Burns Night Gala Dinner held at the prestigious Waldorf Astoria Caledonian Hotel on the 25 January.

📅1st Feb 2017
18:00

Jon Smith, football’s super-agent, on negotiation and leadership

Jon Smith
Super-agent to the stars Jon Smith deciphers the business of sports management, shedding light into some of the toughest negotiations in football history and his own journey of leadership.

📅8th Feb 2017
18:00

Edinburgh Alumni Networking Reception

An informal business networking event in Edinburgh open to all University of Edinburgh Business School alumni in the area.

📅9th Feb 2017
18:30

Lesley Thomson: Leading the charge on white-collar criminals

Lesley Thomson
In this annual Edinburgh Leadership Lecture in partnership with the Institute of Directors, Lesley Thomson joins us to discuss her career prosecuting serious and organised crime and her expert insight on the confiscation of criminal assets.

📅10th Feb 2017
14:00

Multidimensional Second-Price and English Auctions

Dr Seungwon (Eugene) Jeong - Lecturer - University of Bristol
Dr Seungwon (Eugene) Jeong will present his paper ‘Multidimensional Second-Price and English Auctions'.

📅15th Feb 2017
09:00

Financial Analysis - MBA Option Course - Part 1 of 2

Professor David Hatherly - Professor Emeritus of Accounting - University of Edinburgh (et al.)
“In order to understand why you should seek to invest in good companies you first need to define what a good company is” - Terry Smith of Fundsmith

📅15th Feb 2017
09:00

Strategic Human Resources and the New Economics of Personnel - MBA Option Course Part 1 of 2

Professor Susan Murphy - Chair in Leadership Development and Head of Organisational Studies Group - University of Edinburgh
Although many organisations recognise the importance of managing the work force effectively and even "know" what approaches are effective, it is remarkable how often firms and managers fail to implement these approaches.

📅20th Feb 2017
08:45

Growing Scotland's Mid-Market Business Sector: How do we incubate success?

This conference focuses on the importance of Scotland's mid-market businesses to our future economic competitiveness and examines old challenges and new.

📅20th Feb 2017
09:00

Psychology of Investing and Financial Decisions - MBA Option Course

Dr Arman Eshraghi - Senior Lecturer in Finance and Accounting and Director of MSc Finance and Investment - University of Edinburgh
Why do some investors relish in danger and others flee at the first sign of market volatility?

📅27th Feb 2017
09:00

Financial Analysis - MBA Option Course - Part 2 of 2

Professor David Hatherly - Professor Emeritus of Accounting - University of Edinburgh (et al.)
Please note applications are now closed; please check out our option course in Financial Aspects of Mergers and Acquisitions

📅27th Feb 2017
09:00

Strategic Human Resources and the New Economics of Personnel - MBA Option Course Part 2 of 2

Professor Susan Murphy - Chair in Leadership Development and Head of Organisational Studies Group - University of Edinburgh
Although many organisations recognise the importance of managing the work force effectively and even "know" what approaches are effective, it is remarkable how often firms and managers fail to implement these approaches.

📅1st Mar 2017
15:00

Where to draw the line? Markers of confidentiality in organizational gossip

Professor Chris Grey - Chair of Organisational Studies - Royal Holloway University of London
Gossip is ubiquitous in organizational life, although it is still under-researched. Some forms of gossip have a particular character, whereby it is to some degree secret.

📅2nd Mar 2017
09:00

Seeing & Thinking Design Masterclass

Nick Richmond - EODF Co-chair & Director - Tricordant Ltd. (et al.)
This Masterclass explores the relationship between the individual designer and organisational design. You will learn about different frameworks and models and explore what designing organisations actually means to each of us.

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