Dun & Bradstreet Learning Solutions offers cutting-edge certification programs as an educational tool to facilitate better understanding of courses in finance and accounting. These certificate courses help to develop foundation knowledge in accounting, finance and various other aspects of financial management across industries and professions.
These are long duration programs spanning over 8 days or 55 to 60 hours.
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 Financial Statements.
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.
This program exposes participants to functions and working of global capital market and uniqueness of markets across leading economies.
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.
The objective of this program is to introduce the topic of risk management, risk management strategy and process, enterprise risk management, risk measurement, credit risk, market risk, operational risk, risk control and mitigation using real life cases and examples pertaining to the various banking processes.
Introduction to Risk Management, Risk Management Strategy and Process, Different Types of Risks, Credit Risk, Market Risk, Operational Risk, Risk Control and Mitigation, Case Studies.
The objective of this program is to cover treasury and foreign exchange management, Forex market and various products including hedging strategies for Corporate Exposure.
Treasury Management, FX Market, FX Rate Determinants and Forex Arithmetic, Forward Rate Agreement, Swaps Market, Accounting for Derivatives and Hedge Accounting, Foreign Currency Futures, Futures strategies for forex exposure, Foreign Currency Options, Hedging strategies for Corporate Exposure.
The objectives of the course is to enable participants to understand the various sources of finance in the form of equity and debt, importance of corporate finance decisions, concept and application of cost of capital, different valuation approaches and evaluation, role of private equity and related aspects, evaluation of mergers and acquisitions and impact of leveraged finance.
Corporate Finance Introduction, Financial crisis and impact on corporate finance, Sources of Finance, Financial Statement Analysis, Valuation of equity and debt, Raising funds in international markets, Private Equity, Mergers and Acquisitions, Leveraged Finance.
The program will provide participants with a thorough understanding of various concepts related to investments, asset classes and allocation, International practices in investment advisory, calculating risk and returns and the regulatory aspects of investment advisory.
Introduction to Investment Management, Understanding client profile, Investment Management and Macro Economic Factors, Investment Assets and Asset Allocation, Investment Advisory Process, Portfolio Risk and Return, Taxation and other Regulatory Aspects.