This program is mainly suitable for non-finance professionals to understand the basics of finance
which will help them in financial decision making.
Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis and Working Capital Management, Cost Classification,
Concepts & Management, Financial Planning & Budgeting, Evaluation of Capital Expenditure Decisions.
This program covers IFRS reporting and disclosure requirements, treatment of various items and major
difference with Indian GAAP and Ind AS.
IFRS Introduction, Applicability, Major Differences when compared with Indian GAAP and Ind AS,
Financial Statements Presentation and Disclosures, Business Combinations, Revenue Recognition, Derivatives
and Financial Instruments, Asset Impairment, Employee Compensation, Provision for taxes, Consolidation of
This program covers preparation and presentation of financial statements under US GAAP
Provisions of US GAAP for certain accounting standards relevant to F&A Operations, Preparation of financial statement and presentation of the same under US GAAP, Discuss the provision of Revenue recognition, Income Taxes, Foreign Currency, Intangible Assets, Leases etc. under US GAAP
This program covers core principles driving anti-money laundering and exposes participants to broad international guidelines associated with anti-money laundering
Money Laundering, Money Laundering and various businesses, Money Laundering and Financial Institutions, Menace of Money Laundering, Financial Action Task Force Guidelines, KYC Guidelines, Compliance and Reporting Requirement.
Key topics covered under this program are three pillars of BASEL guidelines, upcoming changes under BASEL-III and risk management practices associated with BASEL guidelines.
Basel III and its Key Components, Credit Risk Management Framework and Strategic Capital Allocation, Capital Buffers, Measurement of Market Risk, Measurement of Operational Risk, Liquidity Risk, Solvency, Disclosures, Supervisory Review.
This program discusses building blocks of enterprise risk management and how organizations can implement it.
Introduction to Risk and Risk Management tools, Managing Balance Sheet Risk some case studies, Lessons from Historical Events, Understanding ERM, Exploding Some Myths, Uncertainty and Risks, ERM Process, Types of Risks Corporates are exposed to, Strategic Planning and Risk Management, Framework to Manage Risks, Future perspectives in ERM.
In this program, participants will understand derivatives market, various derivative products, pricing, different strategies and payoff profiles.
Introduction to Derivatives, Different types of Derivatives, Trading, Risk Management, Clearing and Settlement, Emerging Trends in OTC Derivatives in Global Markets, Derivatives Pricing and Models, Option Greeks, Option Strategies and payoff profiles, Pricing and valuation of Swaps, Swaps Cashflow and payoff calculation using excel, Introduction to Structured Products, Different type of Structured Products, Structured Products Strategies, Exotic Options etc.
This program exposes participants to functions and working of global capital market and uniqueness of markets across leading economies.
Overview of Global Capital Markets, Various Market Participants, Primary and Secondary Market, Equity and Debt Issuance Process, Trading and Settlement of Securities, Corporate Actions, Fund Raising in International Markets, Securities Lending and Collateral Management
This program covers key essentials of report writing including structure, tools and data considerations.
Macro-economic factors and report writing, Report Structure, Essentials of Report writing, Key considerations for different types of reports, Tools for planning report, Data considerations, Writing each section of the report, Analysis of Report writing, Practical report writing- Case studies.
This program covers preparation and presentation of financial models including best practices in Financial Modeling.
Best Practices in Financial Modeling, Excel Functions and Commands to Supercharge Worksheets, Modeling for financial and operational planning for a business unit, Valuation Model for a Manufacturing/ Service company, Proof reading of the model, Sensitivity analysis, Dashboard preparation
The key objectives of this program is to elaborate concepts surrounding asset and wealth management and the program also covers key drivers of risk and returns associated with asset classes.
Asset and Wealth Management Process, Asset Management Strategy, Dynamic Asset Allocation, Marketing, Competitive Differentiation & Investor Psychology, Investment Classes Equity, Debt, Insurance, Real Estate, Commodities, Art, Derivatives and Structured Products Mutual Funds.
Business valuation program is designed to highlight core principles driving fundamental analysis of a business using various valuation models.
Economy-Industry-Company Approach, Financial Statements Analysis, Ratio Analysis, Capital Market Theory, Valuation Techniques and Approaches Discounted Cash flow Analysis, Dividend Discount Models, Relative Valuation, Sum of Parts Valuation, Financial Projections, M&A and LBO Modeling, Case Studies of Indian Corporates.
This program helps in valuation of debt instruments using excel as a tool and exposes participants to various calculations of risk and return of fixed income instruments.
Bond Market Dynamic and Macro economic factors, understanding and calculating different fixed income securities measures like YTM, Zero coupon yield, YTC, Clean price, accrued interest, dirty price, duration , modified duration, convexity etc. , understand Bond valuation, different methods and concepts involved in the same.
The idea of this program is to explain participants the entire flow of securities trade processing for exchange traded as well as OTC products and includes reconciliation and accounting.
Introduction to Securities Trade Processing and Life Cycle, Exchange Traded Vs. OTC Securities, Important Phases in Trade Life Cycle, Pre and Post Trade Clearing and Settlement, Bilateral vs. CCP Model, Role of Custodian, Trade Reconciliation and Accounting etc.
The coverage of the program includes usage of key business data in decision making with the help of appropriate tools such as MS Excel.
Basic and Advanced Functions of MS-Excel, Business Analysis, Financial Planning and Analysis, Budgeting, Planning and Performance Analysis, Capex Analysis, Project Evaluations, Generating insights / impromptu analysis , live data, ad hoc reports, special analysis etc.
The program covers keys changes in regulations across USA, Europe and India and also highlights emerging role of regulators in context of changing global financial dynamics.
Regulations in USA, SEC and its role in US Securities Market, Key regulations in Europe, Recent changes in the UK market regulations, Highlights of Regulations in APAC markets, Misleading Statements & Practices
Idea behind this program is to acquaint participants with behavioral aspect of investment decision and how it is different from traditional tools of investment decision.
Behavioral Finance and market Psychology, Decision making under uncertainty, Beyond Greed and Fear, Investor psychology and asset pricing, Approaches to BF, Self-serving bias, anchoring, Case Studies etc.
This program is focused on covering key aspects of transactions on foreign books of corporate and key regulatory guidelines surrounding it.
Different methods of International Trade settlement and the risk factors, INCO terms 2000, Definition, essence and types of letter of credit , Bank guarantees, Operations of a LC, Commercial Documents used in International Trade Transactions, Export Transactions and RBI policies, Pre and Post shipment Finance, Brief Overview of UCP 600 and ISBP 681, Overview of Examination of Documents drawn under LC, Forex Hedging,
This program covers various data mining and various analytical tools like R (open source) to interpret business data.
Overview of Analytics, Analysis vs. Analytics, Data Mining, Problem solving using analytics (in R) in different fields, Predicting the relationship between different variables, Predictive Modeling, Predictive Analytics, Logistic Regression, Time series modeling, Use of tools like R (open source) to interpret data etc.
This program is focused on using key aspects of debt valuation by using appropriate tools applicable in case of valuation of debt instruments.
Overview of Different Debt Securities, Key Terminologies and Bond Mathematics, Key guidelines for Debt Securities/Investments Valuation, Valuation of fixed income investments, Yield Curve Interpolation, Fixed Income Derivatives and their valuation, Accounting treatment of Fixed Income Portfolio
The focus of this program is to cover key tools used in the process of credit analysis and how they can be used effectively in day-to-day process of credit analysis.
Introduction to Credit Analysis, Financial Study and Interpretation for Credit Analysis, Macro Economic Factors and Financial Instruments Analysis, Credit Rating Determination and Credit Risk Models, Credit Report Writing
This program highlights key risks associated with foreign exchange transactions and how these risks can be managed.
Transactions in Forex Markets, Factors affecting spot FX Rates, Foreign, Exchange Risk Management, Managing Foreign Exchange Risk through, Derivatives , Foreign Currency Options etc.