- The Global Management Challenge supports groups of up to 8 teams. The International Final will have two rounds, a semi-final and a final.
- The international final teams will be split randomly, into four groups. This operation will be done by means of a draw. All teams will then compete in the semi-final, in one or other of the four groups.
- At the end of the semi-final, the two teams with the highest Investment Performance in each group will be the eight teams that will qualify for the final round.
- At the end of the final round, the team with the highest Investment Performance in the Group will be the winner of the International Final.
- In a case of equal Investment Performance in any round the winner (or winners) will be the team (or teams) with the highest Share Price in the Group.
- Teams that do not submit five decisions are automatically disqualified. Any team member(s) that do not attend the semi-final cannot participate in the next round (final).
- The results are audited by EDIT 515, Simulator Creators and Developers, and validated by the International Organisers (SDG).
- The International Final of the Global Management Challenge has an International Supervisory Board (ISB) which shall take any decisions, which are final, independent and irrevocable, on all matters, uncertainties or disputes relating to procedure and results concerning the Competition.
- Each team member must declare that it has knowledge of the content of these Rules provided to it, expressly recognizing that all the decisions relating to the interpretation and application of these Rules shall be exclusively decided by the International Supervisory Board (ISB). Each participant acknowledges and expressly accepts that the decisions made by the ISB are final and irrevocable in nature, and are therefore not capable of being appealed or opposed.
- The organization is not liable for any accident, physical damage; material and/or moral occurred inside and/or outside the scope of the event aimed at and/or involving participants.
Pedro Alves Costa
Global Management Challenge
International Organising Committee