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BSE Institute launches investment management program

Source : IBNS
Last Updated: Fri, Nov 09, 2012 11:47 hrs

BSE Institute Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the BSE Ltd, has announced the launch of Executive Program in Investment Management (EPIM), a one year distance learning program.

Spread across 2 semesters and comprising of 14 Modules, EPIM covers all aspects of investment management right from time value of money to investment planning and is aimed at preparing participants for a career in Basics of Investments, Equity Markets, Derivatives, Commodity Markets, Forex Markets, Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis, Exploring Mutual Fund Investments, Advanced Commodity Markets, Advanced Derivatives, Advanced Forex Markets, Advanced Technical Analysis, Advanced Fundamental Analysis, Strategies & Techniques for Managing Investment.



The purpose of this program is to enable participants to understand, analyze and work on managing investments and take informed financial decisions for wealth creation.

During the course of EPIM program, students will learn the tools and techniques that will help them to identify potential investment opportunities and take informed decisions based on a comprehensive understanding of the investment process.

Participants will get to study the latest investment techniques and strategies that help them in maximizing their portfolio returns.

Ambarish Datta, MD & CEO, BSE Institute Ltd, said: "Our Executive Program in Investment Management (EPIM) has been designed to provide you with a combination of core knowledge of financial planning and various investment avenues like equity, derivatives, FOREX and commodities along with the tools and techniques of fundamental and technical analysis."

The Duration of the Program is 1 Year of Distance Education, which will comprise of 2 semesters.

The Last date for receiving applications for the EPIM course is Dec 21.

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