About Certificate Program in Quantitative Finance and Risk Management (CP-QFRM) Course
Here are the details of Certificate Program in Quantitative Finance and Risk Management (CP-QFRM) Course including duration, Eligibility, Admission Criteria, Fees and Syllabus.
Certificate Program in Quantitative Finance and Risk Management (CP-QFRM) are in demand in the field of Risk Management, Portfolio Management, Financial Modeling, Risk Analytics, Investment Management, Treasury, Commodities Trading, Derivative Trading and Hedge Fund Management.
Candidates opting for this program may also appear for the FRM® exam. FRM® awarded by GARP is a globally recognized certification of competency in Financial Risk Management. FRM® is meant for professionals wishing to take up a career in the field of Risk Management in any investment institution across the globe. FRM® certified professionals find opportunities as Chief Risk Officer, Chief Finance officer, Risk managers, Head of Risk Management in Banks, Investment Banks, Stock Exchanges, Asset Management Companies, Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, Insurance Companies, Private Equity Firms, Large Corporates, Credit Rating Agencies and Regulators.
With the recent global financial crisis, Risk Management in financial institutions has gained more importance than ever before. In view of this Risk Management as a career option has become even more prospective and lucrative across the globe and specially in India. There had always been a shortage of appropriately qualified risk management professionals and this shortage is going to get more accentuated, leading to greater demand for FRM® certified professionals.
Duration: - 6 Months, (Saturday & Sunday Only)
About the College
The Indian Institute of Quantitative Finance (IIQF) was established in 2006 by top professionals and entrepreneurs from the Financial Services Industry with extensive global experience and expertise in specialized domains and educational background from the best of global institutions. IIQF operates in line with the concept of a finishing school in the field of Quantitative Finance for B-School graduates and as a center for continued professional education in Financial Engineering for practitioners.
IIQF conducts short term specialized courses in the field of Financial Risk Management and Advanced Quantitative Techniques. These courses aim to equip graduates for careers that require sophisticated technical skills in quantitative analysis, financial research, risk management, quantitative asset management and financial derivatives structuring. There are specialized modules tailored to the specific needs of Finance professionals, Management graduates, Qualified Accountants etc.
Address : Module No. 624, Mastermind IV,
Royal Palms IT Park, Goregaon (E),
Mumbai - 400065
Ph:- +91-9769860151 / +91-22-28797660
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.
Which are the best courses after 12th for commerce stream?
after 12th ...first of all go for b.com(regular..from a well certified college)......nd side by start doing a good course like CA, CS,ICWA...etc etc...or you can go for computer courses or a beautician course.....commerce has a lot of scope...start consulting your lecturers, attend seminars, participate in co-curricular activities....in this way ur range of knowledge will widen up!...
...nd ya!...b.com is not a very hi-fi degree so after b.com...u can go for...MBA..M.com...nd so many other courses...but if you follow up with b.com along with a CA/CS/ICWA cours...believe me...u r gonna rock it!
where can i pursue BBM in e-banking & finance in Karnataka?
MANIPAL UNIVERSITY IN Karnataka . The last date for the admissions is nearing i.e. 16.03.2010
What course to do after b com?
There are many courses that you can do after b com in banking, finance, capital markets, computers, animation, financial planning. Really depends the duration you are looking at whether short term or pg courses after b com.
Dear sir, I have a lot of intrest in accounting field and also marketing field. So Which courses is better for me? i completed my degree But i have the two backlogs
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