Capital training courses and schools
Capital Markets and Derivatives programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 37 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United Kingdom.



Aubaine Mayfair

Training Centre/Campus: London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Phone No.: 07949212794

TableCrowd Dinner with Dawn Capital Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

We’,ll enjoy dinner, drinks and a chance to meet fellow entrepreneurs, followed by an after-dinner talk and informal QandA with Head of Dawn Capital’,s Financial Investments, Josh Bell.

This dinner is perfect for founder and entrepreneurs. Dawn Capital is a Venture Capital Firm that has great experiencei n FinTech and Enterprise SaaS companies investing in promising growth startups. Josh has led the firm’,s investments into Wonga, iZettle, Obillex and Zumper.

Take this chance to meet Josh and to talk to him informally over dinner about what you’,re working on.

Date and Time: March 03, 2015 at 6:45 pm - 10:00 pm.

Category: Classes / Courses - Professional Training - Meetup and Networking - Startups.

Website: http://atnd.it/21688-0

Price:
Price includes private dining experience with after dinner speaker, 2 course dinner with wine and highly curated and relevant networking: GBP 37.


Apcom IT Training

Training Centres/Campuses: Birmingham, Warwick, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0121 333 5857

SAP Human Capital Management

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

The goal is towards SAP Netweaver Human Capital Management / Human Resources (HCM / HR) Certification course path. This course will introduce you to a wide range of tasks carried out with the SAP HCM Functional Module. At the end of the course, Delegates would have fully benefited from a complete hands-on experience with an overview of what it entails to be a SAP Netweaver HCM/HR Consultant.

◾Overview of SAP and HCM roles
◾Business Process in Human Capital Management.
◾Business Process in HCM Payroll
◾Master Data Configuration
◾Configuration of Time Recording
◾Payroll Configuration
◾SAP Organisational Management
◾SAP ESS/MSS System Configuration
◾SAP HCM Advanced Web-enabled services


The Kingsley Hotel

Training Centre/Campus: London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Phone No.: +44(0) 207 484 9700

Fundamental Review of the Trading Book Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This two-day event will comprehensively cover the objectives, theoretical justifications, and practical implications of the soon-to-be-finalised Fundamental Review of the Trading Book.

Risk is delighted to host the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book seminar assessing the strengths and weaknesses of existing market risk frameworks in the banking industry, and debating the measures regulators intend banks to implement in their stead.

The learning objectives of this training course are to gain an understanding of:
- How approving risk models at the desk level with help banks avoid weaknesses in modelling.
- The risk and trading implications of moving the boundary between banking and trading book products.
- How the new standard market risk capital model has been modified to closer resemble internal models.
- The changes to the options available to banks developing internal market risk capital frameworks.
- How Expected Shortfall... [Read More]


London Corporate Training Ltd.

Training Centre/Campus: London, England, United Kingdom
Phone No.: +44 (0) 20 3178 3080

Capital Markets and Regulation

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

To understand the components and options available within Capital Markets
To integrate Capital Market options within Treasury Strategy
To appreciate the risk factors within Capital Markets and to develop effective risk management strategies
To understand the regulatory frameworks within Capital Markets
Course content
Overview of Capital Markets
The function of the Capital Markets
Sources of capital within the marketplace
Regulatory frameworks ?reporting and anti-money laundering
Developing a Capital Market approach
Capital Market ?Investment options
Government bonds
Corporate bonds
The role and impact of rating agencies
Balancing risk and reward
Financial Instruments within the Capital Market
The use of futures contracts
The use of derivatives
Understanding put and call options
Balancing risk and reward
Effective Financial Analysis
Key investment analysis ratios
Key credit analysis ratios
Establishing retu... [Read More]


Quorum Training

Training Centre/Campus: Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0844 873 2121

Capital Allowances

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course identifies and reviews the main features of the UK tax relief regime for business capital expenditure and identifies specific planning opportunities.

The course aims to provide delegates with a thorough outline of the UK regime for capital expenditure by businesses, large and small, and to highlight the chief areas to which attention should be paid to ensure accurate tax reporting and compliance and planning.

What will the course cover?

A summary of the current rates and allowances
Recent changes and developments
HMRC practices and procedures
Plant and machinery allowances - case law review
Short and long life assets
Integral Features
Fixtures changes from 2013
Timing issues Legal and property tax law issues
Disposals and interaction with CGT and other taxes
Research and development and tax credit allowances
Intangibles reliefs
Software allowances
Unusual industries and activities
Key areas for planning attention

Capital Investment Appraisal

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

Learn how to tackle real life capital investment appraisal issues. This course provides a refresher on essential discounted cash flow calculations and focuses on the practical application of investment appraisal techniques from evaluating the investment opportunity through to performing a post-investment audit.

What will the course cover?

Evaluating the Investment Opportunity

Screening for strategic fit
Key performance indicators - payback, net present value, internal rate of return
Practical issues in discounted cash flow - inflation, terminal values, project lifespan
Real options analysis - which companies are using them and why
Spreadsheet tips
Risk and Sensitivity Analysis
Risk assessment and management tools and techniques
How to conduct sensitivity analysis
The Capital Proposal
Contents and structure of capital proposals
Post Investment Audits
How to conduct a post investment audit
Top 5 findings of post investment audits


Kaplan Hawksmere

Training Centre/Campus: London, England, United Kingdom
Phone No.: 0845 833 3212

Equity markets

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

A valuable introductory insight for new joiners to sales, trading, dealing or broking

Role of the stock markets
Who buys equity?
Role of investment banks
The importance of asset allocation
Collective investment
Active vs. passive management
Types of shares
Investor ratios
Dealing procedures
Inter dealer brokers
Share issues
Takeovers and mergers
Market abuse/insider dealing
Valuing equity using the dividend valuation model

Mergers and acquisitions / shareholder value/working capital management

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

Ensure you are not one of the 70% of mergers and acquisitions that fail to create shareholder value

The rationale behind mergers and acquisitions
Key valuation techniques
Key risks
The due diligence process
The integration process

Definition of economic value
Traditional accounting based definitions of shareholder value
Calculation of the value of businesses
Divisions and strategies using shareholder value analysis (SVA)
Best and worst practice approaches to managing a business to create shareholder value

Strong working capital management
Foreign exchange risks and hedging techniques
Working capital and shareholder value
Latest working capital trends
Creating the right culture
Management techniques
Financing working capital
Foreign exchange


London Business School

Training Centre/Campus: London, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: +44 (0)20 7000 7000

Private Equity and Venture Capital

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course covers the concepts, instruments and institutions involved in private equity investments. A particular emphasis will be given to emerging markets.

Capital Markets & Financing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V


Capital Markets and Financing (CMF) complements the Corporate Finance and Valuation (CFV) course, and forms the second part of a two-course sequence covering corporate finance. While the focus of CFV was on valuing projects and companies, CMF switches the emphasis to financing decisions. While not a core course as such, CMF covers key areas of finance with which all MBAs, EMBAs and Sloan Masters programme participants should be familiar. For this reason the course is a pre-requisite for virtually all finance electives.

The aim of the course is to provide a broad conceptual and practical platform for analysing issues in corporate finance. CMF examines the financing activities of firms, how firms raise capital and the implications of various financial decisions. In particular we will examine equity issues, dividend policy, corporate debt, and hybrid forms of financing such as convertibles and warrants.

CMF provides an introduction to a key topic in finance,... [Read More]

Global Capital Markets and Currencies

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V


This course deals with the international financial environment facing firms in a globalised economy. It will provide tools for assessing the impact of economic policy shocks and financial disturbances on financial markets, exchange rates, and capital flows. It will be especially relevant for people with career interests in investment analysis, asset management, capital markets, hedge funds, corporate finance, and the finance/treasury function of corporates. The course is also suitable for anyone seeking further understanding of the international macroeconomy.


University of Leeds

Training Centre/Campus: Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Phone No.: +44 (0) 113 243 1751

Intellectual Capital

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

There is strong awareness that the new knowledge economy has arrived. Firms and management need to better appreciate how to exploit current and future technologies, and how to evaluate and protect their intellectual capital assets, in order to extract maximum value from portfolios of intellectual property. This module will teach students:
- The commercial significance of patents, trademarks, trade names and copyrights as intellectual property rights (IPR)
- A brief history of IPR and the emergence of intellectual capitalism
- Fundamentals in the legal protection and enforcement of IP
- Cross-country comparisons of IPR rules, regulations, practices and impacts
- The role and significance of IPR for firm strategy, organisational form, the management of R&D and intra-firm technology transfers.
- Strategies for managing and exploiting IP portfolios: licensing-in, licensing-out, strategic alliances, and how these arrangements are negotiated and managed.
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Financial Derivatives

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

On completion of this module, students should be able to:
- understand the underlying principles which govern the behaviour of futures, options and swaps;
- use and interpret the results of pricing models for various financial derivatives;
- apply the study of financial derivatives to practical issues in risk management.

Syllabus
- Course Introduction: Types of derivatives, derivative markets, purpose of derivatives
- Futures and Forwards: Mechanics of futures markets. Determination of futures and forward prices
- Futures and Forwards: Determination of futures and forward prices (cont.). Hedging strategies using futures
- The effects of derivative securities on the underlying market: Stabilisation, destabilisation, volatility and information flows
- Interest Rate Markets & Swaps: Term structures, yield curves, forward rates. Nature of swaps
- Swaps: Interest rate and currency swaps, valuation of swaps
- Introduction to Options: Properties... [Read More]


Lancaster University Management School

Training Centre/Campus: Lancaster, , United Kingdom
Phone No.: +44 (0)1524 510752

Derivatives Pricing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

TOPICS
■Discrete-time vs. continuous-time finance
■Arbitrage pricing
■Continuous processes
■Stochastic calculus: Ito’s lemma
■Hedging issues
■Investment in derivatives
■Continuous dividends
■Black & Scholes model
■Interest rate derivatives
■Exotic derivatives

Assessment

Coursework 25% of module mark and examination 75% of module mark.

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