Much more than a chronology, Practical History of Financial Markets uncovers important historical theories and helps new generations to learn their import afresh. Fund managers in particular will value the historical context within which current events can be interpreted.
This course is available for purchase through SBCS GLI until January 2022. Examinations are available until August 2023.
- Distance Learning
- Valuation in principle and practice.
- Monetary policy and asset values.
- Behavioural influences.
- Investing at different parts of the business cycle.
- Development of the fund management industry.
- Integrating the perspectives
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• Registration for the January 2021 semester commences on November 2nd, 2020 • The January 2021 semester starts on January 17th, 2021
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