Certificate in Risk Management

Certificate in Risk Management
Coach: Neil Botten more info
Cost of study: 208 000 тенге
Durations: 12-15 week
Start dates: the 20th of each month

This London School of Business and Finance certificate course will provide you with a working knowledge of the fundamental tools used in financial risk management and their applications, with special emphasis placed on hedging and speculation. The ultimate aim of the programme is to help you gain vital skills and competencies in financial risk management by examining real-world case studies selected by LSBF's industry-experienced tutors. This course is ideal for students currently studying a relevant bachelor's degree programme, or for working professionals who are looking to pursue a career path in this sector.
You can register for this course at any time throughout the year. Once your application has been approved you can begin using the InterActive web-platform, which gives you round-the-clock access to a range of online study resources:
• Online tests* allow you to check your knowledge of key concepts as you study
• Informative lectures delivered via HD-quality videos, with pre-prepared lecture notes
• Bring your studies up-to-date with our current, real-world case studies
• Email your programme tutor and network with your fellow students online
• Revision kits* allow you to refresh the knowledge you’ve learned
• Our online resources fully prepare you for all of your exams and assignments
* For courses where it is appropriate only.
This certificate course contains 5 informative sub-topics covering the core knowledge required in the world of risk management:
• Forwards markets: financial risk management and speculation in the forward markets
• Futures markets: financial risk management and speculation in the futures markets
• Options markets: financial risk management and speculation in the options markets
• Swaps markets: financial risk management and speculation in the swaps markets
• Current developments in Financial Risk Management
A case study report consisting of approximately 1500 words will be due during the 6th week of your studies, followed by a closed-book examination in the final week