Experience Hult in Toronto.
During this special evening event, attendees will learn more about Hult's Global One-Year MBA & Masters Degree Programs, participate in an engaging Master Class with Professor Frederic Chartier, and enjoy a networking reception with our enrollment team and local alumni.
A Journey from your home to Wall Street
In this Master Class, Professor Chartier will explain how sophisticated financial assets are valued, using basic common-sense tools and concepts. We will discover how ultra-sophisticated valuation models used in leading financial institutions are based on simple economic principles that we all use in our daily lives. When Facebook bought WhatsApp in 2014 for the princely amount of $19 billion, the methodology that they used in estimating the fair value of their target company was the same that we use when we shop for a pair of Nike shoes or for a new television set.
About Professor Frederic Chartier
Professor Chartier has worked 21 years in banking within the financial services groups American Express, Dresdner Bank, and Bank of Boston. His banking expertise ranges from credit analysis to domestic and cross-border lending, treasury sales, foreign exchange and interest risk hedging advisory services. As Director of Institutional Treasury sales at American Express Bank in London, his geographic customer base encompassed 15 countries spanning from Europe to the Middle East, and Africa.
Born and raised in Paris, Frederic received a BBA and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and also holds a post-graduate degree in banking from the Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de Banque (CESB) in Paris. His main expertise is on Money & Banking and International Finance. He has taught Economics and Finance in various colleges and universities in the Boston area, including Babson College, Boston University, Suffolk University, & The New England College of Finance and works in English, French, and Spanish. Frederic is the 2005 recipient of the Edward F. Shaughnessy Outstanding Faculty Award, presented by the New England College of Finance.
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