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BIL also conducts certification exams for financial market professionals to enable them to practice their profession in various areas like cash markets, derivatives, and mutual funds. Every year we certify over 40,000 market professionals.
We also conduct specialized workshops for international financial market professionals including those from Asian and African countries to equip them with the knowledge of current market practices, services and regulatory trends. Every year over a 1000 global professionals attend these workshops.
In addition BIL also conducts collaborative programs with its international partners which include the Nyenrode Business School (Netherlands), Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (Germany), Singapore Management University, Thailand Securities Institute (TSI), Australian Trade Commission, Toronto Financial Services Center (Ontario, Canada), International Financial
Center Montreal (Quebec, Canada), and IBMC Financial Group, UAE.
This requires the development of financial market professionals who have the knowledge and skills to maneuver this landscape successfully. The MBA Financial Markets Practice program has been designed to address this need for developing skilled professionals. This course shall not only help you gain basic knowledge in the ever changing field of Financial Markets globally, but also encourage organizations to involve job ready graduates like you!
I encourage you to read on and take advantage of this opportunity!
As organizations worldwide tighten their belts, the global economic crisis serves to further inflate businesses’ requirements of new graduate recruits and expectations of their ability to add immediate value. Paradoxically, most new graduates are Generation Y, and are perceived by industry as ambivalent to commitment and less loyal than their predecessors. Organizations are growing increasingly reluctant to invest in their training, particularly in transferable skills, tipping the balance of the responsibility of skill development towards higher education institutions (HEI). HEIs worldwide, however, seem to be producing graduates deficient in the “soft” skills deemed essential for enhanced productivity and innovation in the workplace.
This is even more evident in the Financial Markets industry. Out here it is established that, effective enterprise learning takes place in an environment where people are given autonomy to tackle problems or issues that involve an element of risk and uncertainty about final outcomes, as well as reward for their successful resolution. This is the context in which we have designed our MBA Financial Markets Practice program. In the traditional classroom setting, students tend to interpret the knowledge and ideas in terms of that setting rather than in terms of the environment where the knowledge and ideas are needed. Hence, a divide exists between how students engage with the course content and how they will need to engage and use the knowledge in a real-world context.
This program has been designed, so that it will, as much as possible, mimic a real financial market situations so that students can explore, experiment with, and understand it before engaging with a live client. The program pedagogy provides a structure through which students develop the knowledge, skills, and values that define various aspect of the financial market
We welcome you to the world of opportunities !