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Short Course: Finance And Banking

Finance is the study of how people allocate their assets over time under conditions of certainty and uncertainty.
Banking can be defined as the business activity of accepting and safeguarding money owned by other individuals and entities, and then lending out this money in order to earn a profit.
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Course Title: Financial Risk Management

Venue: ESAMI Headquarters, Arusha, TANZANIA  
Learning Duration:  2 weeks 
Starting: 28 Aug 2017  Ending: 8 Sep 2017
Fees: 1500 USD
Payment Details: to cover tuition and training materials only.

This programme is intended to develop capacity in the design and implementation of financial risk management systems. It is a response to the escalation of a multiplicity of risks to which financial assets are exposed as a result of increased levels of globalisation. The programme addresses the needs of organisations that are regular players in the financial markets dealing in various financial assets and it introduces modern tools and techniques that are useful in safeguarding these assets and organisations.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Finance Managers, Finance Officers, Accountants and Treasurers in charge of financial resource management.

HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Design financial risk management systems for the organisation;
  • Undertake financial risk assessment and exposure management for improved

resource management.

TOPICS INCLUDE

  • Introduction to financial markets and instruments;
  • Analysis and measurement of financial risk exposure;
  • Risk pricing;
  • Financial derivatives and their role in exposure management.

Course No:  2017-08-28-3-9-1872

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