Since the global economic crash of 2008, the world of finance and investment has evolved considerably. This course is suited to those wishing to pursue a career in the finance world, working in areas such as investment banking, private equity or corporate financial management and will provide a solid framework of the crucial issues surrounding the sector as its core learning mode.
This contemporary and challenging course provides an up-to-date evaluation of financial institutions from both a modern theory and practical point of view. You will become competent at applying quantitative skills to the practice of financial investment and analysis where you will learn how to analyse the causes and consequences of financial and banking crises in mature economies and emerging markets. Furthermore, you will discover how the operation of global capital markets and risk management techniques function and understand investment performance and analyse financial data.
Through debate, you will be encouraged to challenge assumptions at all times, work through a series of real life problems and expand your analytical and problem-solving skills and ability to think logically and quantitatively. This course will continue to enhance your career potential and professional development, helping you pursue a career in investment banking, private equity and corporate financial management, stock-broking, investment analyst or treasure management.
- Graduate with a basis for professional exams such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). - Our part-time, full-time or the distance learning option offers flexibility to those with family commitments. - Enrol in a specialist session with the Employability Centre for more specific advice. - Graduate from a highly respected Business School in London with a qualification highly sought after in the finance sectors. Past students have gained internships or been recruited by major financial bodies namely Abbey, HSBC and the Bank of America. - Our course provides you with the chance to enter a number of finance sectors including investment banking, private equity, corporate financial management, stock-broking, investment analyst, corporate finance or treasure management.