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Fundamentals of Forex

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The course ‘Fundamentals of Foreign Exchange’ provides comprehensive coverage of the concepts, terminology and entities involved in the Foreign Exchange market. The course covers not only the basics of how to read a Forex quote but also explains Forex Operations such as the Authorised Dealer licensing process and infrastructure requirement for Dealers & Banks. The course introduces the learner to the various banking products related to Foreign Exchange alongwith the Regulatory aspects including compliance and anti-money laundering.


₹2,300.00
The course ‘Fundamentals of Foreign Exchange’ provides comprehensive coverage of the concepts, terminology and entities involved in the Foreign Exchange market. The course covers not only the basics of how to read a Forex quote but also explains Forex Operations such as the Authorised Dealer licensing process and infrastructure requirement for Dealers & Banks. The course introduces the learner to the various banking products related to Foreign Exchange alongwith the Regulatory aspects including compliance and anti-money laundering.                                                          
1. E-learning course (duration 3.5 hours), 
2. Online Test (25 questions out of a large question bank), 
3. TrainingCentral Certificate on getting passing marks
 



Chapter Title Description
0 Course Objective On completing this course, you will be able to, 
·         Demonstrate competency in calculation of key financial ratios and the understanding of relevant elements of the balance sheet and profit & loss statement.
·         Demonstrate a command on the practical aspects of credit risk, business risk, management and industry risk evaluation.
·         Understand the various documentary requirements of the procedures, pitfalls in monitoring and control and trends in the area of working capital management, and
      Explain your role in the management of credit risk and financial statement analysis in a more informed manner.
Methodology 
A large engineering giant is coming out with bonds. An investment guru has suggested that it is a good buy and written a 2 pager to his clientele on the company and the issue. He is approached by his HNI customer /s on the wheteher they should invest in it on basis of the name of the company only? . 
He explains them on all the relevant points such as –
·      What is the source of information?
·      What is the industry? 
·      What is the Management outlook?
Personal investment and what all can go wrong?
The course will take the learner through an interaction with the experts, to assess the understanding on critical areas.
1 Introduction to Credit Risk analysis ·      Basic concepts of credit risk, why credit risk is important, factors that drive an entity to default, key elements of credit risk analysis 
·      Framework for analysing credit risk. 
·      Unique aspects in assessing credit risk of an SME
2 Financial risk analysis ·      Key financial ratios to be analyzed from a lender’s perspective for an SME.
·      Commonly used ratios, how to compute these ratios, relevance of these ratios and what is ‘acceptable’ level for each ratio. 
·      Working capital cycle – tracing the cash cycle, computing key ratios
·      Qualitative aspects of financial analysis – assessing for future performance, financial flexibility.
·      How to deal with ‘doctored’ financial statements?
3 Walk-through Case study on Financial risk analysis Course test with walk-through the participants on a live case study – Annual report, compute key ratios, form a preliminary credit opinion 
4 Case study  Annual report, form groups for computation of key ratios and form an opinion on financial risk
5 Business risk analysis ·      Importance of Business risk analysis, identify key factors that drive business
·      Use of tangible parameters to measure business risk profile of SMEs - product profile, value addition, customer profile, competitive scenario, track record, key growth drivers
·      Live examples of SMEs with strong and weak business position
6 Credit risk analysis ·      Other elements of credit risk analysis viz. promoter / management profile, parent/group support
·      Importance of security / collateral
  Summary and Quiz ·      Summarize the key learnings for the course
·      Quiz in multiple choice questions format to validate extent of understanding

 

• Working professional with a good foundation in finance
• Professional having a good grounding in mathematics and have strong analytical skills.
 
  • Once you have purchased this eCourse, you will receive an Order Confirmation on your registered email id from shop@onlinevarsity.com.  
  • You will receive an activation email from "TrainingCentral Solutions" with details on how to activate your course within 72 hours.
The domain expert has over 19 years of experience working in the area of Risk Analytics, Asset Management, Capital Markets, Private Banking, Life Insurance and Energy (Power), primarily working in providing functional inputs in design of systems for these areas. He has a strong understanding of financial markets & instruments, financial processes and financial risk management. He is currently working in the areas of performance analysis and risk measurement and monitoring functions of asset management business with a leading global bank.
 
He is an MBA from IIM Indore and a gold medallist at Engineering. His certifications include the course on Derivatives from NSE, India.
 

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