New York Institute of Finance Now Offers the Bloomberg Professional Service, Giving Students Access to Bloomberg Terminal Software

Education provider offers real-world experience with important financial technology

New York  April 3, 2015 – Leading financial education training provider, the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) today announced that as of April 6th, 2015, its students can now access the Bloomberg Professional service in class. The move gives NYIF students—current and future finance professionals—the ability to train on laptops loaded with the software platform used on Bloomberg terminals.

The Bloomberg Professional service provides trusted real-time and historical data, market moving news, and analytics to help business and financial professionals make better informed investment decisions. The service has more than 320,000 leading business and financial subscribers worldwide.

The offering gives NYIF students the opportunity to become familiar with a fundamental tool used in the financial services industry, combining classroom theory with practical application, an important part of the educator’s mission.

“At NYIF, we know the best way to prepare students for the global market is to give them practical, effective experience and useable training,” said Lee Arthur, Managing Director of NYIF. “Since the Bloomberg Professional service is a fundamental tool in the financial services industry, we’ll be able to provide students with an even more accurate model of working life in the financial sector.”

NYIF trains over 15,000 students globally each year, delivering online training and live classroom courses in New York, London, Shanghai and Beijing.

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About New York Institute of Finance

With a history dating back more than 90 years, the New York Institute of Finance is a global leader in training for the financial services and related industries with course topics covering investment banking, securities, retirement income planning, insurance, mutual funds, financial planning, finance and accounting, and lending.  The New York Institute of Finance has a faculty of industry leaders and offers a range of program delivery options including self-study, online and in classroom.

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