Capital Online Training Courses & Degree Programs

Schools providing online certificates, diplomas or degrees for Capital Markets and Derivatives

Total 61 online training courses and degree programs available.

Management of Capital - Online

School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Lakeway, United States

This course provides an overview of concepts related to the management of capital. The cost associated with capital is rarely reflected on the Income Statement. Accordingly, many financial managers mistakenly think there is no cost of capital. Therefore, one of the first steps in managing capital is to calculate the cost of capital. The course illustrates how cost of capital is calculated as the weighted average of each capital component �long �term debt, common stock, preferred stock, and retained earnings.

Learning Objectives
�The Economics of Capital
�Basic Considerations in Managing Capital
•Approaches to Managing Capital
•Over All Cost Capital Calculation
•Cost of Equity and Risk
•Factors In Decision Making
•Refinancing Risk
•Floatation Cost
•Marginal Cost of Capital
•EBIT / EPS Comparison
•Assessing Risk
•Targeted Debt Levels
•Investment Bankers
•Initial Public Offerings (IPO’s)
•Private Placements

Topics Covered

Options - Online

School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Lakeway, United States

Options basics provides the student with a general overview of options. The course focuses on the main strategies used in options training and imparts knowledge about strategies that must be used in order to earn a maximum profit. Much emphasis is placed on call selling, call buying, put selling and put buying, as these are the main elements of options.

Learning Objectives
�Understand how options are created, contracted and traded.
�Have a better understanding of the two different types of options available.
�Be familiar with strategies to be used in options trading.
�Get acquainted with terms like call buying, call selling, put buying, put selling, which are commonly used in options trading.
�Understand which strategy best corresponds to an option and why.
�Learn the different elements involved in the buying/selling of puts/calls.

•Lesson 1: Options

SAP Human Capital Management (HCM) - Online

School/Trainer: Sydney Institute of ERP
Sydney, Australia

The SAP Human capital Management course contains the following training:
SAP129 SAP Navigation TERP01 Introduction to processes in SAP ERP TERP02 Introduction to processes in SAP NetWeaver TERP31 Introduction to processes in HCM SM001 Introduction to SAP Solution Manager THR10 Management &, Administration I THR12 Management &, Administration II

Managing Human Capital - Online

School/Trainer: Colorado State University College of Business
Fort Collins, United States

This course examines the management of human capital for competitive advantage and superior results.

Venture Capital and Finance - Online

School/Trainer: Los Angeles Film School
Los Angeles, United States

The Venture Capital and Financing course provides students with essential knowledge to start and finance an entertainment business. Core business concepts, such as obtaining business licenses and insurance, securing business assets, hiring employees, and signing employee agreements and non-disclosures, are covered. Students examine financing avenues, create capital and operating budgets, and explore principles of investing, returns, and risk.

Working Capital Management - Online

School/Trainer: Ottawa University
Brookfield, Chandler, Jeffersonville, Kansas City, Louisville, Milwaukee, Ottawa, Phoenix, United States

Course focuses on guidelines, objectives, and methodologies involved in managing corporate short-term assets, liabilities, and working capital. Liquidity levels, cash management, credit policies, bank relationships, factoring, inventory controls, and current asset and liability management will be emphasized.

Money and Capital Markets - Online

School/Trainer: Ottawa University
Brookfield, Chandler, Jeffersonville, Kansas City, Louisville, Milwaukee, Ottawa, Phoenix, United States

Course provides a comprehensive understanding and working aptitude of the structures, tools, and functions of monetary systems, both domestic and international. Special attention will be give to the U.S. Federal Reserve System, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other government agencies dealing with global capital markets.

Capital Markets and Institutions - Online

School/Trainer: Dallas Baptist University
Dallas, United States

This course explores the connection between financial markets and the economy, and the effects of the Federal Reserve&,#146,s monetary and regulatory policies. Topics covered include the determination of interest rates, the interrelationships between the Federal Reserve Bank, the Treasury, and other financial institutions, including insurance companies, international banking, investment banking, commercial banking, and other related topics.

Human Capital - Online

School/Trainer: Indiana Tech
Evansville, Fort Wayne, Huntington, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Louisville, Plainfield, Warsaw, United States

Contemporary management literature emphasizes the importance of human capital as organizations strive to create a competitive advantage in today&,#146,s knowledge and service economies. This course provides an in-depth review of models and strategies of human capital development including integrated talent management, individual and management development and competency modeling. Strategic human resources and a global perspective on human capital development are also examined.

Credit Analysis and Working Capital Management - Online

School/Trainer: Northeastern University College of Professional Studies
Boston, United States

Explores both personal and business credit from the standpoints of the lender and borrower. Reviews institutional and legal aspects as a context for credit decision making. Studies credit analysis and credit management conducted by financial institutions and other business firms. Financial statement analysis is a major topic, as is working capital management, i.e., the management of cash, inventories, accounts receivable, and short-term credit arrangements by business firms.

Capital Markets and Data for Computational Finance - Online

School/Trainer: University of Washington
Seattle, United States

This course has a dual purpose. One purpose is to introduce students, many of whom are coming from engineering and science backgrounds, to the language, terminology and concepts of finance. This will be done through selected readings in the textbook “Investments&,quot, by Bodie, Kane and Marcus, and selected readings of journal articles and newspapers/websites such as the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and Bloomberg. The second purpose is to teach students how to access and manipulate a broad range financial and econometric data from various repositories available through the internet (e.g. FRED, WRDS, CRSP, Bloomberg, Russell, etc.) for use in subsequent MS-CFRM curriculum courses. Upon successful completion of the course the student will:
•Know how to screen price and returns data for the following asset classes: equities, fixed-income, mutual funds, ETF’s, commodities, futures, hedge funds, indexes
•Understand the different money market instruments available for investment
•Understand the basics of mutual funds
•Be familiar with a variety of equity indices and their construction methods
•Understand the varieties of financial ratios used in assessing a firm’s credit rating
•Be able to use dividend discount models for valuing equities

Human Capital in Organizations - Online

School/Trainer: University of Denver
Denver, United States

The Human Capital in Organizations master&,#146,s degree concentration is offered online or on campus at the University of Denver in the evenings, or in a combination of both, to meet the needs of busy adults. Learn to be a leader to determine, cultivate, and maintain the symbiotic relationship between individuals and the organizations they work for. Strategic human capital can be the winning element of a successful organization, master the process of developing and retaining employees to engage and achieve objectives, innovate, and maximize organizational and individual success. The master&,#146,s degree concentration in Human Capital in Organizations prepares students to ethically develop and maintain human capital while learning the best practices to do so.

Led by instructors who work in the field they teach in, classes introduce students to innovative and creative approaches to structuring and sustaining the development of human capital. Explore knowledge and information management, communication tactics, vertical and horizontal partnerships, and organizational learning to promote the successful development of capital. Students will define the attributes, challenges, and advantages of human capital and strategies for leveraging each while integrating personal and organizational achievement. Customize your Leadership and Organizations master&,#1... [Read More]

Capital Campaigns - Online

School/Trainer: MindEdge, Inc.
Waltham, United States

This course covers the key terminology and practices surrounding running a successful capital campaign within a nonprofit organization. You will learn about the phases of conducting a capital campaign—evaluation, feasibility study, organization, solicitation, and post-campaign activities—as well as how to avoid common pitfalls in capital campaigns. Expert video commentary, a case study, and vocabulary game will ensure you have a solid grasp of the content for execution in your nonprofit organization.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

Explain the five phases of a capital campaign
Define what a feasibility study is and why one should be conducted prior to a capital campaign
Discuss what role consultants can play in conducting a feasibility study
Describe important factors for evaluating consultants
Explain how tools like a gift range chart can help to organize campaign solicitations
Describe the different types of leadership teams and committees that may be formed to support a capital campaign
Discuss different techniques that can be used to troubleshoot a stalled capital campaign
Understand what is required for a successful solicitation meeting

The Capital Markets Industry - Online

School/Trainer: Skillsoft
Nashua, United States

The capital markets industry is an exciting, fast-paced, and volatile industry. Comprised of investment banks, securities firms, and a variety of other stakeholders, the industry helps companies and governments raise long-term funds on the capital markets. The industry participants deliver various services to their clients, such as underwriting and acting as agents in the issuance of securities (stocks and bonds); assisting and advising companies involved in mergers and acquisition; as well as providing ancillary services including market making and securities trading. With a complex playing field dominated by large, vertically-integrated banks, the capital markets industry suffered a tremendous blow from the global financial crisis of 2007-2009. Since then, the industry has been faced with a more stringent regulatory environment, stronger global competition and an increased need for risk management among other challenges. By consolidating and reorganizing their corporate structures, improving existing risk management processes, deploying new technologies, and by expanding their operations in developing markets, industry players are adopting unique strategies to succeed in the aftermath of the financial crisis. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the capital markets Industry, and strateg... [Read More]

Capital Budgeting - Online

School/Trainer: Skillsoft
Nashua, United States

Organizations everywhere must decide how to most efficiently spend their capital to continue operations, innovate, and grow. Capital budgeting is a systematic process used to determine how capital â€?a limited resource â€?is best allocated to projects that maximize the value of the organization. The projects chosen must align with the organization’s greater strategy. This course demonstrates the value of following the capital budgeting process and introduces the three stages in that process: project identification and screening, quantitative assessment, and capital allocation and rationing. The course then focuses on the first stage, exploring how to identify opportunities for capital investment, and subject these initial ideas to preliminary screening based on their feasibility, alignment with organizational strategy, and dependence on other projects.

Target Audience
Finance and nonfinance professionals, functional managers, executives, and all individuals in key roles involved directly or indirectly with the capital budgetary planning and process in an organization

Expected Duration (hours)

Lesson Objectives

Capital Budgeting: The Capital Budgeting Process
describe capital budgeting
associate capital budgeting activities with the stages of the process in which they’re performed
describe the relationship between ... [Read More]

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