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This course will teach you how to manage a startup’s financing strategy, where you will learn how to build capitalization tables (or “cap tables”) in Excel. Cap tables will help you explore different financing strategies for your startup company and determine which financing decisions are best for your entrepreneurial venture. You will also learn about innovations in the digital space that allow new ways to finance entrepreneurial ventures. These include different forms of crowdfunding, and alternative credit scoring mechanisms based on web-based data. This course concludes with a module featuring cutting edge research from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business on the financial technology industry. In this module, you will learn how financial technology companies are disrupting the credit scoring industry by developing new methods for credit scoring using consumers’ digital footprints. In addition, you will explore how financial technology platforms have introduced new, experimental forms of financing, such as crowdfunding....

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15 de may. de 2021

The course is very innovative and informative! The professor is very good at explaining concepts and all knowledge is well-delivered with excellent and clear examples.


29 de abr. de 2020

The concepts are high level for who are not from financial background. But by going through the lectures more often you can learn the concepts.

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por Fadumo H A

22 de abr. de 2021

I liked this course because I understand many thinks

por Dr. R S

23 de ago. de 2020

Very good knowledge and understanding of Finance

por Ramla M A

22 de abr. de 2021

I liked the course and helped me very well

por Peïo B

13 de jun. de 2021

Very good class, complete and interesting

por Hope F T

2 de nov. de 2020

Great explanation of research work

por Nidhi S

27 de jun. de 2020

Thank You for this Course.

por Ibrahim H A R

24 de may. de 2021

It's very helpful for me


10 de jul. de 2020

Good to develop our self

por Anil J

20 de jul. de 2021

Quite value adding.


11 de may. de 2020

Very good course

por Bharat K

6 de ago. de 2021

well explained

por Mohammad A

2 de ago. de 2020

awesome course

por Jose M P A

22 de may. de 2020

Great content!

por Elvia Y B H

18 de mar. de 2022

por Zenka A C & T

4 de dic. de 2021


por Gopinath B

18 de jun. de 2021

T​he digital footprint section is a touch dry. It could be enhanced with an interactive case study that uses the theory provided (charts, graphs, datasets, readings etc.) as backups... the focus instead being to apply the information to an actual potential default sitiuation for a person or group and how information is layered to arrive at default likelihood and potential interest rates being offered based on that default lieklihood.

por Devendra D

4 de oct. de 2020

1 time in 24hour is too long could shorten the time to retake tests

por Luis C

28 de jul. de 2021

Excelent , and very intresting ejemply

por Miski M A

24 de may. de 2021


por ananda

21 de may. de 2021

Five Stars for subject matter; 1 star for execution. tl;dr: In hindsight, I would have skipped this class. There are too many short comings to go through so I'll focus on the deal killer from my perspective. The course quizzes are set up so that you get 1 try per 24 hours. A big component of the convertible security quizzes are based off an excel model that you will have to build out/replicate on your own. Even if you reverse engineer and back test your excel model to confirm the output of the various scenarios highlighted in the lecture slides, there is no guarantee that your model will give the correct answer on the quiz. And there is no effective mechanic for reconciliation. This negative learning experience is compounded by the lack of moderator support in the discussion boards. So for me, the worth of this class - high level conceptual overview of how convertible securities work in a VC setting - was more than outweighed by the negatives of reverse engineering the course's slide deck. And you can get the former by reading through relevant wiki type links while skipping the grind of the latter. Part of me wants to say that the reverse engineering was worth it but the truth is, you only go through scenarios with three security types where, in contrast, most real life modeling has more security types and features and thus exponentially more complex modeling requirements.

por Γιώργος Κ

9 de ene. de 2022

The course is very small. Half of it presents Crowdfunding, and most part of it refers to peer-to-peer lending. A technique that is rarely used in start-ups, but rather mostly on personal level. The first part of it is nice, but the last of it is completely irrelevant as it refers to credit (card) scores, which are applied mainily to customers on a personal level and mature businesses that handle hundreds of millions and want to take out a bank loan.