This course examines the underlying principles and characteristics of banking and financial markets that are the foundation for understanding both their normal role in economies and the headline events. It concentrates on the theoretical and empirical scientific knowledge produced by modern research on banking. Since such knowledge is never fully established or ‘proven’, it enables you to examine opposing points of view and to discuss the published studies.

Target audience

  • Bank coordinator  and managers
  • Expert of capital market
  • Anyone seeking to understand capital markets and instruments

Objectives

  • demonstrate a well-founded understanding of what financial markets and financial intermediaries are and how they work
  • explain the factors that contribute to financial instability, the causes and effects of financial crises, and the strategies that can be used to reduce the risk of their occurrence
  • outline and discuss some of the most central concepts and techniques used in the analysis of financial institutions, and
  • apply and refine these methods in your own analyses of phenomena which you encounter in financial markets.

Fee Schedule – Venue

  • Canada – Dubai – UK : USD $ 5,500 per candidate, course and training material only
  • South Africa – Ghana – Swaziland – Rwanda : USD $ 3,850 per candidate, course and training material only

From 04 – 15 Sept 2017