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In the highly complex global financial environment, the need for specialists in financial markets is on the rise. To address this growing demand, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) has announced a new eight-month certificate programme in Advanced Financial Risk Management (AFRM) for working executives starting October 2012. The programme is directed towards financial operators engaged in risk management, such as traders, dealers, asset and fund managers, portfolio managers, financial analysts and managers performing control functions. Students can choose between on-campus and the distance-learning mode. Classes will be held on Saturday, 23rd June, 2012.
Graduates from any stream with a minimum work experience of five years in banking, financial intermediaries, software and other service firms engaged in banking and banking-related industries are eligible for this course. The last date for application to the programme is 21st August, 2012. M. S. Narasimhan, professor - finance and control area, IIMB, says, "The concepts and methodologies for measuring and managing risk that are covered in the Advanced Financial Risk Management Programme provides a good grounding in both basic and advanced financial risk management principles and practices that would help financial institutions and firms to mitigate risk in these complex and volatile times."
For details, visit: http://www.iimb.ernet.in/executive-education/open-programmes-long-duration-programmes
Courtesy: Times of India
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