London course calendar

E.g., 20-11-2017
E.g., 20-11-2017
20-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London.

Training

Covering Director rights and duties, the role of NEDS, NEDs and boards, the chairman and board committees, updates on corporate governance, business strategy and risk management and evolving good practices in board performance.

20-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London

Training

Learn practical methods to create your own globally diversified multi-asset portfolio

21-11-2017-
22-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London.

Training

The objective of the course is to introduce those considering raising finance in the bond markets to the key features of the market and to investigate what is required by a company to plan and execute a successful bond issue.

23-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London

Training

An introduction to practical methods to construct and dynamically manage multi-asset portfolios.

23-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London.

Training

A focus on the latest regulatory changes, developments and best practice

23-11-2017-
24-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London.

Training

Designed to give delegates an understanding of how the different trading services work including reference to the Rules of the London Stock Exchange giving context to both electronic and offbook trading.

24-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London

Training

A focus on the regulatory requirements, trends, developments and best practice

27-11-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London

Training

Participants will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of operational risk in financial services, as well as focus on the core components of the Operational Risk Framework – Losses and Near Misses, Risk and Control Self-Assessments and Key Risk Indicators.

04-12-2017-
05-12-2017
Location: 

London Stock Exchange, London

Training

This seminar will cover the evolutionary asset allocation process from Generation 1 (Single-Factor/Single-Period models), via Generation 2 (Multi-Factor/Multi-Period models) to Generation 3 (Applied Behavioral Finance).

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