The financial crisis which the Spanish economy has overcome during the past few years has highlighted the problems that the excessive dependence on banking funding may cause for the business world.
These difficulties are especially relevant in the Spanish context, where small and medium enterprises have a very important weight within the economy. Thus, numerous companies have had to face restriction on banking credit, causing in many cases the closure of such business.
Within the past years, several initiatives have been created to reverse the latter situation, such as the MAB (Alternative Equity Market), or the MARF (Alternative Fixed Income Market). However, these initiatives are still unknown to many people within the financial world.
BME Institute has designed this course with the goal of analysing the different funding alternatives which are available within the capital markets environment.
CFOs, Finance Departments, Entrepreneurs and, in general, any person interested in gaining knowledge about non-banking funding alternatives for the development of entrepreneurial projects.
The goal of the course is to analyse different non-banking funding alternatives through the issuance of instruments traded on stock markets. This goal is achieved by acquainting the students with the different options to construct a solid financing model in a credit contraction environment.
BME Institute is the training centre operated by Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME). Its courses strive to provide as much knowledge as possible of financial markets and their products. To do so it has the best possible human resources - the BME Institute teachers and BME's professional staff, in addition to experts in other areas of the financial sector and university professors.