The course aims to deepen the understanding of criteria and
methodologies for the analysis of financial equilibrium. Students will
acquire skills and abilities to identify problems and make appropriate
choices in the field of firm financial management.
At the end of the
course, students will have acquired:
a. the knowledge required to understand and describe in detail the
concept of financial equilibrium, as a condition for firm competitiveness
on capital markets, and also knowledge of methodologies for the analysis
and monitoring of financial management.
b. the knowledge of financial theory guidelines for the optimization of
financial choices in the use of capital and the ability to apply
methodologies for the analysis of performance in terms of value creation;
c. the ability to plan and monitor firm growth paths and critically assess
financial sustainability using independent judgment;
d. communication skills with company and bank management in the
analysis of financial statements and business plans for the evaluation of
e. the knowledge of working methods for financial analysis and the ability
to critically evaluate, with independent judgment, the degree of potential
stability of firms in relation to adverse dynamics of the economic cycle,
market conditions and the resulting degree of creditworthiness.