Workshop

2 Days Workshop on Capital market

India’s experience with the equity market is the oldest in Asia, still people here find it difficult to put their hard earned money into work due to lack of proper knowledge and end up gaining the bank interest. And that too, when major indicators of the Indian stock market; S&P CNX Nifty & BSE Sensex are giving their investors returns of 11.1% & 10.9% respectively in the FY 2010-11. Capital market segment on all India basis saw total turnover of Rs 46,824,370 million in the FY 2010-11. As per Bloomberg table of P/E Ratio of International Indices, S&P CNX Nifty & BSE Sensex stands in top 5 global indices with a ratio of 22.1 & 21.2 respectively.

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2 Days Workshop on Equity Derivatives Market

India’s tryst with exchange traded derivatives began in the year 2000 when both NSE & BSE commenced trading in equity derivatives. Since then, equity derivatives have come a long way. New products, expanding list of eligible investors, rising volumes and best of risk management framework in derivatives have been the hallmark of the journey of equity derivatives in India so far.

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1 Day Workshop on Currency Derivatives Market

Since inception of FOREX market in India in year 1978, steady rise in India’s foreign trade along with liberalization in foreign exchange regime has led to large inflow of foreign currency into the system in the form of FDI and FII investments. To provide a liquid, transparent and vibrant market for foreign exchange rate risk management, Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have allowed trading in currency futures on stock exchanges like NSE, MCX-SX in 2008 and recently on USEI in India, initially based on the USDINR exchange rate and subsequently on three other currency pairs – EURINR, GBPINR and JPYINR. Recently option trading of currency pair USDINR is also introduced on NSE in October 2010.

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Understanding Financial Modeling & Company Valuation using Excel

This on-site instructor-led training is thus specially designed for participants who would like to build their knowledge in the field of finance using excel. It will give students and professionals the expertise suited for a job in financial research domain. This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of Basic Excel for Finance as well as Advanced Financial Valuation.

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Snapshot on Equity Derivatives Market

India’s tryst with exchange traded derivatives began in the year 2000 when both NSE & BSE commenced trading in equity derivatives. Since then, equity derivatives trading has come a long way with an exponential increase in total turnover for year 2010-11 to Rs 292,482,215 million from Rs 23,654 million in 2000-01 on NSE only.

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Testimonials

A very insightful session. I was able to correlate with the content in a practical manner, as the example given were very good. Thanks for such a good session. The session helped in gaining leanings about derivatives and contracts.

  - Abhishek, Student (BPL), SOIL-GGN

It was by far the best workshop, rather than a lecture that we are used to. I could not understand share market and its working before this. You were good. Though I was not too excited about the finance before. But it was a transformation.

  - Jashan , Student (MBA)-BVIMR

According to me, the session was highly interactive and provided the valuable knowledge and information that could help us in entering into the stock market and also in various financial institutions. Thank you so much SIR.

  - Karuna , Student (MBA)-BVIMR