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A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

The field of finance is centered upon money management at all levels. Finance students often study a broad range of subjects from investment banking to personal financial planning. They may focus on a subfield like accounting or business finance right away, or wait to specialize with a graduate degree.

Singapore (新加坡) is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence it has become one of the world's most prosperous countries and boasts the world's busiest port. Singapore has six national universities and are generally well-regarded and attracts exchange students from all over the world.

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Preparatory Course for Pearson LCCI level 1-4

Spring College International
Campus Full time 1 - 9 months August 2018 Singapore

The course aims to give students the opportunity to develop an understanding of the basic principles underlying the recording of business transactions and to develop the ability to maintain the books of and prepare financial statements for sole traders. [+]

Best Courses in Finance in Singapore 2017/2018. Preparatory Course for Pearson LCCI Level 1 Certificate in Bookkeeping (VRQ) The course aims to give students the opportunity to develop an understanding of the basic principles underlying the recording of business transactions and to develop the ability to maintain the books of and prepare financial statements for sole traders. Preparatory Course for Pearson LCCI Level 2 Diploma In Bookkeeping And Accounting The course aims to gain a thorough foundation in bookkeeping and accounting practices, including double-entry bookkeeping. It is also for students who wish to understand bookkeeping and accounting in accordance with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). The qualification is also for those who are working, or who are preparing to work, in an accounting environment maintaining financial records and preparing accounts. This qualification will give students the opportunity to develop an understanding of the basic principles underlying the recording of business transactions. It will also give students the ability to prepare and interpret accounts for sole traders, partnerships, limited companies, manufacturing and non-profit making organizations. Preparatory Course for Pearson LCCI Level 3 Diploma In Accounting and Finance The course aims to provide students with the key knowledge and understanding of accounting principles and concepts underlying all financial accounting including the preparation of accounting entries for non-current assets; advanced bookkeeping; the preparation of journals for correction of errors and year-end adjustments; the preparation of the extended trial balance to incorporate these adjustments and the preparation of financial statements for unincorporated businesses... [-]

Portfolio Management

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 Singapore

Although the program primarily focuses on quantitative strategies in U.S. equities, the basic principles can be applied to other assets and to the international arena. [+]

This program examines the latest research on investment strategies. Although the program primarily focuses on quantitative strategies in U.S. equities, the basic principles can be applied to other assets and to the international arena.

 

The program will expose investment professionals both to fundamental concepts in portfolio management and to cutting-edge research – including new research in behavioral finance. Starting with the building blocks of risk and return, the seminar discusses building quantitative strategies, assessing and controlling investment risk, implementing strategies, and minimizing trading costs. Participants will also tackle a case study designed around the use of portfolio software for asset management. The case study will illustrate the various methodologies presented during the program, including the use of factor models for asset management. The last day of the program is devoted to the increasingly important hedge fund industry.... [-]


Mergers and Acquisitions

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 Singapore

This unique interdisciplinary course gives executives the analytical framework and tools necessary to successfully execute mergers, acquisitions, and corporate restructuring. [+]

The forces of globalization, technological change, and deregulation have created a highly competitive and dynamic business world where mergers and acquisitions are increasingly being used to seek competitive advantage and maximize value for shareholders. This unique interdisciplinary course gives executives the analytical framework and tools necessary to successfully execute mergers, acquisitions, and corporate restructuring.

 

Participants will learn to:

 --Create a corporate restructuring strategy based on building competitive advantage and share holder value.

 

--Develop an analytical framework for integrating the various stages of an acquisition... [-]


Financial Analysis for NonFinancial Managers

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 Singapore

This program will enhance your ability to understand financial reports, better communicate with financial officers in your organization, evaluate your unit's financial performance, and make sound financial decisions. [+]

This five-day program will enhance your ability to understand financial reports, better communicate with financial officers in your organization, evaluate your unit's financial performance, and make sound financial decisions.

 

The purpose of this course is to help nonfinancial managers interpret data from financial reports, including balance sheets, income statements, budgets, and divisional performance reports and make better business decisions based upon this information. The program will teach the analysis of historical performance of financial reports and forecasting financial performance.

 

Participants will be better able to communicate the financial goals and performances of their departments to outside sources. They will improve their understanding and be able to use financial language to communicate with others, including financial managers in their organizations.... [-]


Basics of Options, Futures, and other Derivatives

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Campus Part time 3 days September 2017 Singapore

The purpose of this course is to help managers gain a thorough understanding of what financial derivatives are, how they work, how they are used. [+]

Best Courses in Finance in Singapore 2017/2018.

The purpose of this course is to help financial managers, general managers, senior functional managers, and other nonfinancial managers gain a thorough understanding of what financial derivatives are, how they work, how they are used, and how to measure the risks and rewards associated with them.

 

While using and trading derivatives can add enormous value to a firm, a lack of understanding of risk management techniques can easily lead to disaster. It is, therefore, vital for financial and nonfinancial firms to be knowledgeable about the latest tools, tactics, and strategies for risk management.

 

Program Goals

You will leave this course with a solid and immediately useful understanding of:... [-]


Financial Management Program

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time January 2018 Singapore

program delves beneath the surface into the most complex levels of finance by examining topics such as valuation, capital structure, forecasting, risk management, and governance. [+]

In the arena of global corporate finance, the rules of the game are constantly changing, requiring today’s financial managers to explore the latest ideas and concepts, gain new perspectives on traditional business practices, and obtain hands-on experience with the most current tools to help their organizations gain an advantage. This program delves beneath the surface into the most complex levels of finance by examining topics such as valuation, capital structure, forecasting, risk management, and governance. You will walk away with powerful insights and frameworks that you can apply immediately to achieve your business objectives.Content Overview ( Based on the 2007 program)The Financial Management Program supplements discussion of corporate finance principles with sessions on timely trends, including corporate governance, stock options, international interest rate risk, and global financial management. In addition to strategic insights, the program presents participants with valuation modeling tools to practice with peer study groups and to implement within their organizations. The diverse faculty team enables participants to network with academic leaders in a wide range of financial areas, such as dividend policy, derivatives, valuation and recapitalization, portfolio management, risk management, and mergers and acquisitions.Takeaways:- New approaches to traditional applications of corporate finance, including the exploration of a wide variety of recent financial topics and trends - Practical, hands-on tools enabling participants to put their learning into practice immediately upon returning to their organizations - Variety of perspectives — from both faculty and participants — combined with engaging, multi-view dialogue and diversity of thought that surround modern issues... [-]