About BSE - Basic Programme on Derivatives Course
Here are the details of BSE - Basic Programme on Derivatives Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.
To provide knowledge about the functioning of derivatives markets, the features of various products, the classification of products, the regulatory framework and the margining mechanism.
Nature of financial derivatives including futures and options
Characteristics of derivatives, Underlying assets (Equity, Bonds/Loans, Foreign Currency, and Commodity) Need for derivatives, Types of derivatives and comparison between them, Forwards/ Futures/ Options, Participants in the derivatives market (Hedgers, Speculators, Arbitrageurs)
Principles of trading and hedging with Index Futures
Terminology - Spot, future price, contract specifications, contract cycle, expiry date, settlement date, basis, mark to market, Contract specification for BSE Sensex, Tick size, Types of orders, Trading strategies, Hedging Strategies, Initial, Maintenance Margins, Executing and Clearing, Execution, Matching confirmation, Clearing Mechanism, Settlement, Settlement price, Settlement cycle, Cash v/s Physical delivery, "Open interest" and "Trading volumes"
Principles of trading and hedging with Options
Terminology - call, put, writer, buyer, premium, intrinsic value, time value, expiry date, settlement date, strike price, ATM, OTM & ITM, The Greeks - (Delta, Gamma, Theta, Vega)
Risk Management Systems and Procedures
Types of risks (Counter-party or credit risks, Market or price risks, Liquidity risks, Legal and regulatory risks, Operating risks), Risk identification and measurement, Methods of risk control (Position limits, VAR, Margins, Operating Procedures and systems etc.), Separation of trading, settlement, accounting and risk control functions, Internal control structure and Management Information System, Regulatory and external reporting.
Participants attending the entire course shall be eligible to receive Participation Certificate from the BSE Training Institute.
Derivatives Dealers, Stock Brokers, High Net Worth Investors, Custodians, Mutual Funds, Portfolio Managers, Insurance Companies, Banks, Financial Institutions and Management Students
DURATION & TIMINGS
9.30 am to 5.30 pm
Rs. 3,850.00 + 12.36% (Service Tax + Education Cess) per participant, inclusive of course material and tuition fees.
About the College
BSE has carved out a unique position among stock exchanges in the world in respect of knowledge development and management. It set up an exclusive training facility way back in 1989 which has now emerged as the leading facility in financial and securities market training in India.
BTI currently offers 36 courses, conducted over 180 programmes attended by over 8,200 participants a year. Participants are not only from all over the country but also from South Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. BTI also conducts various customised programmes for leading corporate and financial institutions.
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What I do after B.com
As you have commerce background you may explore: Chartered Accountancy (CA), Certified Financial Analyst (CFA), Cost Accountancy (from ICWA), Company Secretary Ship (CS), Stock Broking or MBA. If you are interested in any other field, do let us know. To tell you more about the courses/ professions stated above: CAs are Audit and Account experts. Beyond maintaining accounts in a firm, their work includes Accountancy, Auditing, and Cost accountancy, Taxation, Investigation and Consultancy. A CS is a professional whose role in a corporate set up is that of an advisor for legal matters. A CFA is trained in financial management, investment management and management accounting. Today almost all strategic industries like, engineering, chemical, pharmaceutical, steel and oil and service sectors including telecommunication and agriculture sector have been brought in the statutory Cost Accounting and Cost Audit net.
What course to do after b com?
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