This course is particularly suitable for people who hold or are about to start in a Bachelor level function in the financial services sector and wish to expand their knowledge of the financial markets. During the course, you will learn the basic principles of the currency, money and capital market and its connection between the three. This course is especially appealing due to the practical approach employed by the experienced tutors combined with a modern online learning platform. This NIBE-SVV course provides excellent perspectives for your future career.
This course aims to teach you about the function of the products in the money market, capital market, currency market and the financial derivatives market. After completing this captivating course, you will understand the different roles within the financial markets and you will know how the prices of the various products are determined. You will also understand how clients/banks apply the various products and you are able to explain the risks involved.
This course requires basic knowledge about banking and investment. Bachelor level education is preferred.
The average duration of this course is 2 months. Course preparation and assignments approximately take 7 hours a week.
You will use the latest literature and possess access to a modern online learning environment. This online learning platform includes all information required for your training.
You will be provided with a digital study book. You will be given the option of ordering a printed version while registering for this course.
This course has been developed for current and starting employees occupying a Bachelor level position in the financial services who wish to deepen their knowledge of the financial markets, such as starting salesmen and traders in the financial markets or mid/back-office employees treasury and securities employees working for banks and institutional investors. This course is also of interest to investment advisors and asset managers, IT specialists and other support staff, internal/external accountants, SME accountants, government accountants and business accountants.