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COURSE INFO

About “GPFMM” Global Program in Financial Market Management is a one year duration program with promising 100 % Job guarantee in broking houses, research house, Mutual Funds house, MNC KPOS, economic as well as financial institutions and the banking industry. It’s a distinct program to get an amazing career placement. This program is entirely based on 30% theory and 70% practical guidance about stock, derivatives, options, commodity, including currency market operations, risk management toward broking industry, investment adviser, technical interpretation, fundamental analysis and research analyst in financial institutions plus banks. BFSI segment is the highest growing sector/vertical in India. As per the BFSI Sector Skill Council of India (BFSISSC), this sector will provide more than 8 million jobs by 2022. This is a One-year career-oriented course toward the financial market, a part of BFSI segment. NSE courses, SEBI courses, including BSE certification courses which are now in huge demand in broking corporations, stock market advisory fellowships, KPO, and investment advisory and PMS firms. These businesses need experts to assist their customers in the retail and/or for corporates. The aforementioned program is a blend of top certification review of these bodies which conduct exams and certify applicants and on subsequent certification, the applicant will get an employment in the company. WELCOME ABOARD! This course is divided into 12 modules, 11 modules including preparation and certification regarding NSE plus SEBI certificates, academic and functional training covering live software used in stock market trading, case studies and role play. The 12th module is about either internship or on the job coaching.

DETAIL CURRICULAM

    Module 1: NCFM Certification – (Capital Markets Dealers Certification Module)

  • Basic Concepts of Investment = Case Study
  • Overview of Indian Financial Markets
  • Start Up Concept and Idea – Case Study
  • Major financial market participants and stakeholders
  • Credit Rating Agencies
  • Global Major Exchanges and Indices
  • Role of Monetary Policy and Fiscal policy
  • Trading Membership Criteria, SEBI Rules and Regulations, Client/Broker relationship and KYC procedures
  • Practical Study of Trading mechanism, systems and trading software’s application study on NEAT/ODIN – NSE/BSE platform
  • Clearing and Settlement Process – Post trade mechanism
  • Regulatory Framework
  • Time Value & Basic valuation Concepts and ESIC approach
  • “Baring Banks” – Case Study and “The Rogue Trader” – Documentary
  • Practical classes on a daily basis for students for live trading (from 9.15 to 3.30)
  • Mock Test series of 500 questions with answers and review for NCFM exam preparation

    Module 2: NISM Certification – (Derivative Markets Dealers Certification Module)

  • Introduction to History of Derivatives
  • Computation of Index
  • Understanding types of derivatives market products globally
  • Futures, Forwards, Options, SWAPS, Structured derivatives product – ABS/MBS/CDOS/CDS
  • Futures & Forwards Pricing Mechanism & Terminologies
  • Application in Hedging, Arbitrage & Speculation
  • Options Pricing Mechanism & Terminologies
  • Risk management in Derivatives – Pre Trade
  • Trading, Clearing and Settlement of Derivatives
  • “Sub Prime Crisis and its Impact on Financial Markets – 2008” – Case Study
  • “Big Short” and “Inside Job” – Documentary (Case Study and Review)
  • Regulatory Framework & Accounting of Derivatives
  • Practical classes on a daily basis for students for live trading (from 9.15 to 3.30)
  • Mock Test series of 500 questions with answers and review for NISM exam preparation

    Module 3: NCFM Certification – (Commodities Market Certification Module)

  • History of Commodity Derivatives
  • Pricing of Commodity Derivatives – Futures, Options & Terminologies
  • Application in Hedging, Arbitrage & Speculation
  • Basic difference in Financial and Commodity Derivatives
  • International Commodity & Domestic Commodity
  • Investment v/s Consumption Commodity
  • Commodity Spot market v/s Derivatives Market
  • Regulatory Framework
  • Mock Test series of 500 questions with answers and review for NCFM exam preparation
  • “The Collapse of Metallgesellschaft AG – Unhedgeable Risks, Poor Hedging Strategy or Just Fate” – Case Study

    Module 4: NISM Certification – (Currency Derivatives Certification Module)

  • History of Currency Derivatives
  • Brentonwood Gold Standard System
  • Uncle Sam v/s Gold
  • Purchasing Power parity & Interest Rate Parity
  • “Big MAC Index”
  • Pricing of Currency Derivatives – Forwards, Futures, Options & Terminologies
  • Risk management in Derivatives – Pre Trade
  • Trading, Clearing and Settlement of Derivatives
  • Trade Remittance – Hedging, Arbitrage for Exporters, Importers and Foreign/Domestic Investors
  • Practical classes for students for live trading (from 9.15 to 3.30)
  • Mock Test series of 800 questions with answers and review for NISM exam preparation

    Module 5: NCFM Certification – (Technical Analysis Certification Module)

  • Introduction to Technical Analysis
  • Game Theory by Dr. John Nash
  • Technical v/s Fundamental Analysis
  • Psychology of Human Behaviour in Trading & Investments
  • Risk Management, Rules and Tools for Trading
  • Candle Sticks Charts & Pattern for Generating Calls for Trade
  • Tools and Indicators for Risk Management and Trading
  • Leading Indicators & Lagging Indicators
  • Use of Technical Analysis for Intraday/ Positional Trade and Swing Trading
  • Dow Theory and Elliot Wave Theory
  • Techno Fundamental Analysis based on Economic Market Cycles
  • Live Trading with Technical Analysis on Real Time Price & Volume Data
  • Practice on Real Time Live Trading Software’s – Ticker Chart, Meta Trader, Spider & Falcon
  • Golden Rules of Traders
  • Dos and Don’ts in Trading

    Module 6: NCFM Certification – (Options Strategies Certification Module)

  • Introduction to Terminologies of Options
  • Pricing of Options – Call Option & Put Options
  • Introduction to Greeks
  • Hedging and Arbitrage with options
  • How to use different Option Strategies for generating additional Income, locking Profits
  • How to use Strategies in Volatile Markets, low risk Writing of Options Strategies in consolidation phase
  • How to read and interpret Open Interest of Futures and Options for Trend Identification
  • Put/Call Parity
  • Introduction to VIX and Probability Distribution Function

    Module 7: NCFM Certification – (Fundamental Analysis Certification Module)

  • Introduction to Fundamental Analysis
  • Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)
  • Time value of Money
  • Understanding Financial Statements
  • Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Analysis
  • Valuation Methodologies and Models in Investment
  • Top Down Approach and Bottom Up Approach in Investment
  • Use of fundamental data, news and event analysis for trading
  • Satyam Accounting Scam 2008 and Need for Forensic Accounting – Case Study

    Module 8: NISM Certification – (Security Operation and Risk Management Certification Module)

    • Introduction to Securities Market Broking Operations
    • Introduction to Risk Management
    • Clearing and Settlement Operations
    • How to Calculate SPAN Margin/VAR/ELM/MTM
    • Regulatory Framework and Live Surveillance
    • Online and Offline Monitoring by Exchange
    • RMS and Compliance Management
    • Various Service Provided by Trading Members
    • Mock Test Series for NISM Exam Preparation

    Module 9:research analyst xv module

    • Overview of Indian Financial Market
    • Top Down and Bottom Up approach to Fundamental Research Analysis
    • Micro and Macro Economic Analysis(Monetary and Fiscal Policy, GDP, Inflation and various variables)
    • Impact of Globalization, Liberalization, PESTLE Analysis and Foreign Policy
    • Company Analysis – Qualitative dimensions
    • Company Analysis – Quantitative dimensions
    • Valualtion Models, Ratio Analysis, Risk and Return Methods
    • How to write a good Research Report
    • Mock Test Series for NISM Exam Preparation

    Module 10: NISM Certification – (Investment Adviser – Level 1 Certification Module)

    • Basics of Investment Decision – Goals and Objectives, Risk and Time defined objective
    • Process of Financial Planning
    • Analysis of Asset Classes based on – Return, Risk & Liquidity Profile
    • Asset Allocation and Model Portfolio Construction
    • Modern Portfolio Theory and Capital Market Efficiency
    • How to create a Financial Plan for Investment, Risk Planning
    • Tax and Estate Planning
    • Mock Test Series for NISM Exam Preparation

    Module 11: NISM Certification – (Investment Adviser – Level 2 Certification Module)

  • Comprehensive Application of Financial Planning –
  • Importance of Asset Allocation
  • Asset Allocation, Product Selection, Review and Rebalancing Portfolio based on Client Goals
  • Impact of Market movement on Portfolio Return
  • Benchmarking and Portfolio Performance
  • Performance Measurement, Risk and Attribution Analytics
  • Case Studies on Financial Planning
  • Mock Test Series for NISM Exam Preparation

    Module 12: Personality Development and Internship

  • English Orientation and Presentation Skills
  • Confidence and Body Language development
  • Mock Interview by Industry experts
  • Visit to Industry Seminars
  • Resume Writing
  • Internship in Broking house

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

After completing Global Program in Financial Market Management certification course one can pursue his/her career in Indian and International broking houses, Banks, Asset Management Company, Wealth Management, PMS, Hedge funds, PE funds, NBFC, KPO’s and Credit Rating Agency on various positions and in different departments.

ELIGIBILITY

The candidate should Minimum 12th (Senior secondary) pass + pursuing graduation from any organization Board / institutions. We always recommend the candidate should pass at least bachelor degree, so that it will be bit easier to provide placements in reputed organisation. Graduate students get job placement on direct payroll in big companies and research houses, and 12th students will get placement in small companies or in sub-brokers office. Note : *placement guarantee refers to (After getting NCFM and NISM Certification of all 11 modules covered in course)

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