Through regular visits of main market actors, investors and markets, SSBM Geneva wants to bring the real corporate world to its students. As part of MBA course Financial Statement Analysis and Company Valuation SSBM Geneva prof. Dario Silic and SSBM Geneva prof. Ivana Silic visited London Stock Exchange. SSBM Geneva professors use real data from the London Stock Exchange to analyze the financial statements of companies and teach SSBM Geneva students how to measure the risk of stocks, dividend returns, stocks yields and company valuations. The London Stock Exchange is one of the main capital markets analyzed by prof. Dario Silic on lectures related to stocks valuation in Financial Management course on Executive, Global and Finance MBA.
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is one of the world’s oldest stock exchanges and it is the primary stock exchange in the United Kingdom and the largest in Europe. The London Stock Exchange enables companies and governments from around the world to issue securities such as shares or bonds to raise capital. More than 1,000 companies operating in over 60 countries and representing 40 sectors fund their expansion and create new jobs by accessing the deepest pool of capital in Europe. This is done through the listing of equity, debt and other securities in the London Stock Exchange. It is the premier source of equity-market liquidity, benchmark prices, and market data in Europe.