BANKING & FINANCE

Courses

This is the perfect place to start. Browse through our extensive course catalogue, choose a course that best reflects your needs and start learning cutting edge content, based on the practices of the leading global banks.

Sustainable Investing

In recent years, as younger investors, in particular, have shown an interest in putting their money where their values are, brokerage firms and mutual fund companies have begun to offer exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and other financial products that follow ESG criteria.

Fundamentals of Banking and Finance

Banking fundamentals refer to the concepts and principles relating to the practice of banking. Banking is an industry that deals with credit facilities, storage for cash, investments, and other financial transactions.

Understanding FinTech

FinTech (financial technology) refers to new technologies and innovations that aim to disrupt and compete with traditional approaches to the delivery of financial products and services. This course looks at some of the “hot” areas in the FinTech space..

Mathematical and Statistical Fundamentals for Finance

This course contains the key mathematical concepts required for a proper understanding of capital and derivatives markets. It covers topics such as:.

Excel Basics for Banking & Finance

This course makes use of video-based training and interactive spreadsheet exercises to provide Microsoft Excel tools and tips for financial market participants. The course demonstrates some of the key functions in Excel..

Day Trading - Risk vs Return

This course focuses on equity valuation and analysis, detailed coverage of the ever-changing equity trading environment and looks at historical market price action to predict future price movements and trends.

Day Trading: Equity Trading and Analysis

This course focuses on equity valuation and analysis, detailed coverage of the ever-changing equity trading environment and looks at historical market price action to predict future price..

FinTech Applications

Every day, financial firms find new ways to use artificial intelligence (AI) in their business processes and operations. Advancements in the field of AI, including new machine learning (ML) techniques, artificial neural networks, and deep learning,