The term ‘capital market’ refers to the
market environment where corporations raise capital and funding to fuel their
growth and business strategies. Capital market activities are regulated by the
securities exchange, and securities laws of each country and there are
important financial issues to be understood before organizing capital or fund -
raising activities for these expanding corporations.
This specially designed program is to develop
a working knowledge of corporate finance for executives in the finance
departments of large companies, investment banks and those working in the
securities industry. The working knowledge gained here facilitate the learner’s
entry into the investment banking industry, and also serves as a platform for
further learning which may lead to professional certification and licensing.
Among the key issues to learn and understand
in this program include financial statement analysis, valuation of shares, bond
pricing and regulations on mergers and acquisitions. The program is specially
recommended for commercial banking officers, insurance industry executives as
well as accounting staff with an interest in investment banking work. Other
interested learners may include executives seeking a career change.
The study on this program will complete with
a knowledge assessment at the end and a certificate of completion will be
issued upon achieving a satisfactory score. This certificate is an evidence of
learning achievement and does not indicate any professional capacity of the
holder nor does it serve as an entry requirement for any professional or