Location: Live online
This webinar focuses on the fundamentals of financial markets. It is an introductory seminar that outlines the global economic landscape and explains the vital roles that firms, exchanges and regulators play in the modern world.
The economy: fiscal policy, monetary policy and central banks
The international regulatory landscape and key institutions
Financial markets: buy-side and sell-side firms, stock exchanges and market participants
A tour of the investment universe: equities, bonds, and real estate
International financial centres (IFCs): what they are and how they work
From digital assets to mobile money: how technology is reinventing finance
Having attended this webinar, delegates will:
Gain a basic understanding of fiscal and monetary policy, the banking system and global financial markets
Demystify some common finance industry jargon
Understand the role of IFCs and why they matter
Paul Groden: Expert Trainer, Finance, Business Strategy & Soft Skills at the School of International Financial Services
Paul is a freelance tutor specialising in finance, business strategy, and soft skills. He has worked for over twenty years in leading global firms, primarily in securitisation, structured products and change management.
Paul gained a first-class degree in Modern History from Oxford University, where he was a Centenary Scholar at St Hugh's College. He also holds a postgraduate diploma in Business Studies with Distinction from the London School of Economics.
He is winner of the Shell Economist Writing Prize and is the author of two published books. Paul is a Fellow of CIMA and a Chartered Fellow of CISI. He is the current President of CISI Jersey branch.
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Benefits of membership include: full members can submit a detailed firm listing for posting on our website, staff of full members can attend our regular lunchtime seminars free of charge, all members have priority booking for our School of International Financial Services (SIFS) training courses.