Finance Training Courses and Workshops

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Financial Data/Statistics Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University - Wisconsin
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Appleton, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Madison, Wausau, United States

Students will investigate information technology solutions
used to manage financial data/statistics and their applications. Research
topics include qualitative and quantitative approaches, validity and reliability
testing, and related practices.

Financial Reporting

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University - Wisconsin
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Appleton, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Madison, Wausau, United States
  V

Identifies developing areas in financial accounting and
encourages students to research the issues, to think critically, to evaluate
alternatives, and to communicate conclusions orally and in writing. The
course will address the role of the contemporary accountant, international
accounting standards, the future of the Financial Accounting Standards
Board (FASB), standard setting and regulation, ethics and other developing
issues.

Finance

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University Sioux Falls Campus
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Sioux Falls, United States

This course presents theory and
practices of finance. Students examine structure of companies and analyze
effects of various long-term and short-term financing options.

Financial Planning

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University Sioux Falls Campus
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Sioux Falls, United States
  V

This course covers personal financial planning and
management. Topics include the financial planning process, household
financial statements and budgets, tax planning, managing assets and credit,
determining insurance needs, managing investments, retirement planning,
and estate planning.

Financial Data/Statistics Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University Sioux Falls Campus
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Sioux Falls, United States

Students will investigate information technology solutions
used to manage financial data/statistics and their applications. Research
topics include qualitative and quantitative approaches, validity and reliability
testing, and related practices.

Financial Reporting

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Globe University Sioux Falls Campus
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Sioux Falls, United States
  V

Identifies developing areas in financial accounting and
encourages students to research the issues, to think critically, to evaluate
alternatives, and to communicate conclusions orally and in writing. The
course will address the role of the contemporary accountant, international
accounting standards, the future of the Financial Accounting Standards
Board (FASB), standard setting and regulation, ethics and other developing
issues.

Finance

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Minnesota School of Business & Globe University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Blaine, Minneapolis, Richfield, Rochester, Woodbury, United States

This course presents theory and
practices of finance. Students examine structure of companies and analyze
effects of various long-term and short-term financing options.

Financial Planning

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Minnesota School of Business & Globe University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Blaine, Minneapolis, Richfield, Rochester, Woodbury, United States
  V

This course covers personal financial planning and
management. Topics include the financial planning process, household
financial statements and budgets, tax planning, managing assets and credit,
determining insurance needs, managing investments, retirement planning,
and estate planning.

Financial Data/Statistics Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Minnesota School of Business & Globe University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Blaine, Minneapolis, Richfield, Rochester, Woodbury, United States

Students will investigate information technology solutions
used to manage financial data/statistics and their applications. Research
topics include qualitative and quantitative approaches, validity and reliability
testing, and related practices.

Financial Reporting

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Minnesota School of Business & Globe University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Blaine, Minneapolis, Richfield, Rochester, Woodbury, United States
  V

Identifies developing areas in financial accounting and
encourages students to research the issues, to think critically, to evaluate
alternatives, and to communicate conclusions orally and in writing. The
course will address the role of the contemporary accountant, international
accounting standards, the future of the Financial Accounting Standards
Board (FASB), standard setting and regulation, ethics and other developing
issues.

Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UAE
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  V

During challenging economic times, financial acumen is expected at every organizational level. You&,#146,ve got to know how to justify a request, quantify your contributions to the company, and spot profit drains immediately. Because whether you&,#146,re a wizard of finance or a nonfinancial manager, performance is measured the same way-in dollars and cents!

Offering an accessible overview of finance for nonfinancial managers, this seminar features exactly what you need to further your career and build your future. From accruals to write-offs to receivables and payables, this workshop shows nonfinancial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off-on the job and on the bottom line.

Course Objectives

## Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio, and others

## The accounting process: journals and ledgers and how debits and credits work

## Basic accounting principles

## Apply accounting conventions and guidelines

## Develop working rules regarding your corporate financial statements

## Use t... [Read More]

Finance and Accounting KnowledgeCenter

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UAE
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  V

In today&,#146,s fast-paced corporate environment, it is not enough to simply provide learning resources to support your finance and accounting professionals. Time is too valuable and resources are stretched too thin. Your workforce is your single biggest investment, and it is imperative that your team gets the information it requires in a way that matches the urgency of the need.

Finance and Accounting KnowledgeCenter enables hands-on learning, providing more than courses and book it introduces an array of resources designed and chosen to challenge and motivate everyone on your team.

This one-stop portal allows you to access a diverse array of information, including articles, courses, and online books specifically chose by experts to facilitate learning regardless of skill level. Additionally, each KnowledgeCenter includes useful job aids and SkillBriefs for your professionals to learn and use in a real-world environment.

Accounting and Financial Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UAE
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  V

A basic understanding of accounting is necessary for success in many positions. In this course, you&,#146,ll receive a broad overview of the concepts central to GAAP accounting. You&,#146,ll learn about the difference between cash basis and accrual basis accounting and how to read the most common types of financial statements. Finally, you&,#146,ll learn the importance of financial ratios and how to apply them.

Course Objectives

## The difference between publicly traded and privately held companies

## The importance of consistency in accounting

## The assumptions, principles, and constraints that govern GAAP accounting

## How to read balance sheets, income statements, and statements of cash flow

## How to use four common financial ratios to evaluate performance over time

IBM Algorithmics Exposure Modeling in Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

This course provides a powerful new workspace for investigative risk analysis. Exposure Modeling shows how to expand the setup from a Market Risk centered view to a Credit Risk view. This course demonstrates the functionality of the Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench within the Algo One solutions area, and provides the participants with a hands-on experience utilizing various methods of risk modeling and analysis.

Course Content

1: Module 1 Key Concepts in Credit Risk

## Essential Terms

## Basic Elements

## Credit Mitigation Techniques

2: Credit Risk Objectives in RFE Workbench

## List the Credit Risk Objects in RFE Workbench

## Describe the Relationships between the Credit Risk Objects

## Create and link Credit Risk Objects in RFE Workbench

3: Credit Exposure Measures

## State the required steps to simulate the various Actual Credit Exposure Measures

## Exposure Measures (PFE,EE, EPE, and EEE)

## Create views and graphs for various exposure measure and economic loss calculations

IBM Algorithmics Foundations of Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

IBM Algorithmics Foundations of Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench (RFE Workbench) is a two-day, instructor-led course designed to provide financial individuals, including risk managers, investment managers, and analysts with a comprehensive overview of the application. The participants will learn the purpose and benefits of the application and perform hands-on exercises. They will explore various methods of modeling financial instruments and performing portfolio and scenario analysis, including locating key contributing risk factors, annotating sessions with key findings and re-configuring reports to validate results.

Day 1:

Concepts and Methodologies

RFE Workbench methodology and concepts

Role of RFE Workbench within IBM Algo One

Data management for RFE Workbench within IBM Algo One

Mark-to-Future methodology within IBM Algo One

Key Navigation Features of the application

Financial Modeling in RFE Workbench

Set up of financial instruments

Set up of portfolios

Set up of valuation functions

Financial Modeling in RFE Workbench Cont&,#1... [Read More]

IBM Cognos Financial Statement Reporting

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Creating an FSR Report
## Creating Report Sections
## Creating a Page Setup Object
## Creating Excel and Word Content Objects
## Workflow Setup
## Creating Headers and Footers
## Sharing Objects and Exporting Excel Objects

Working with Content and Data
## Introduction to FSR Data Load Methods
## Loading Data from an OLAP Source
## Using an OLAP Reference Variable
## Loading Data from Excel Spreadsheets
## Using Charts in FSR
## Loading Supporting Data from a Web Page
## Overview of FSR Variables
## Superscripts and Notes
## Variables in PowerPoint
## Creating Block Variables, Validation Rules,
## Applying Section Variables

Administrative Tasks in FSR
## Working with Checklists in a Report
## Using Customized Group
## Viewing the Audit Trail, Snapshot
## Creating a Workflow Rule
## Overview of FSR Roles
## Creating Users and Setting Permissions
## Copying an FSR Report for Yearly Rollover

Advanced Topics
## Loading Data from Query Builder
## Adding, Creating, Validating and Executing a Query
## Loading a Que... [Read More]

IBM Algorithmics Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench Migration

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Key Enhancements and Features in IBM Algorithmics Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench (RFE Workbench) Functionality and Terminology of RFE Workbench
Key enhancements in RFE Workbench
Comparing RFE Workbench with RiskWatch

Financial Modeling in RFE Workbench Instrument Module
Portfolio Module
Model Module
FX Module
Template Module
Curve Module

Scenario and Portfolio Analysis in RFE Workbench Defining Scenario Sets
Stress Testing, Aggregation, Simulation Functions
Scenario Analysis
Portfolio Analysis

Integrated Group Exercise Review Stress Test Results
Set Comments
Investigate other group&,#146,s Comments

IBM Algo Financial Modeler: Asset Liability Modeling

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Duration: 2 Days

Skill level: Advanced

This two-day course is designed for reasonably proficient IBM Algorithmics Financial Modeler users who are regular users of the system.

Users will learn how to read in stochastic scenario files and how to add a stochastic process to a model to run the model stochastically. The distributed processing functionality will be covered, enabiling additional PC&,#146,s to share in the running of stockhastic models, significantly reducing run times.

Course Content

Participants will:
will build an Algo Financial Modeler stochastic asset liability model starting from standard code and code example company decision rules.
learn skills in planning Algo Financial Modeler implementations and become familiar with the available standard code and assistance tool, BB_Matrix.
Will build child asset and liability programs from standard code and learn best practise in modifying code to be company-specific

IBM Algorithmics Exposure Modeling in Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

This course provides a powerful new workspace for investigative risk analysis. Exposure Modeling shows how to expand the setup from a Market Risk centered view to a Credit Risk view. This course demonstrates the functionality of the Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench within the Algo One solutions area, and provides the participants with a hands-on experience utilizing various methods of risk modeling and analysis.

Course Content

1: Module 1 Key Concepts in Credit Risk

## Essential Terms

## Basic Elements

## Credit Mitigation Techniques

2: Credit Risk Objectives in RFE Workbench

## List the Credit Risk Objects in RFE Workbench

## Describe the Relationships between the Credit Risk Objects

## Create and link Credit Risk Objects in RFE Workbench

3: Credit Exposure Measures

## State the required steps to simulate the various Actual Credit Exposure Measures

## Exposure Measures (PFE,EE, EPE, and EEE)

## Create views and graphs for various exposure measure and economic loss calculations

IBM Algorithmics Foundations of Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

IBM Algorithmics Foundations of Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench (RFE Workbench) is a two-day, instructor-led course designed to provide financial individuals, including risk managers, investment managers, and analysts with a comprehensive overview of the application. The participants will learn the purpose and benefits of the application and perform hands-on exercises. They will explore various methods of modeling financial instruments and performing portfolio and scenario analysis, including locating key contributing risk factors, annotating sessions with key findings and re-configuring reports to validate results.

Day 1:

Concepts and Methodologies

RFE Workbench methodology and concepts

Role of RFE Workbench within IBM Algo One

Data management for RFE Workbench within IBM Algo One

Mark-to-Future methodology within IBM Algo One

Key Navigation Features of the application

Financial Modeling in RFE Workbench

Set up of financial instruments

Set up of portfolios

Set up of valuation functions

Financial Modeling in RFE Workbench Cont&,#1... [Read More]

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