NYIF and Cass Business School team up to bring Wall Street’s finest skills training programs to London
London – May 10th, 2017 – Cass Executive Education and the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) will offer two joint professional certificates in the following core areas of finance: Quantitative Methods for Finance (QMfF) and Fixed Income (FI). Participants can expect an immersive and interactive programme that employs realistic simulations and case studies, preparing participants for successful careers in finance. Both programmes are tailored for finance professionals with an aptitude for quantitative disciplines in mathematics, sciences, engineering, and economics. Both programmes will be open for enrolment in May 2017.
"We are delighted to be collaborating with NYIF to launch innovative and industry-relevant, finance programmes. Professor Andrew Clare, Associate Dean, Executive Education at Cass Business School"
Quantitative Methods for Finance Programme
The Quantitative Methods for Finance (QMfF) programme is designed to develop the fundamental desk-ready skills essential for quantitative roles in finance, including:
- • Trading
- • Structuring
- • Valuation
- • Risk management
- • Regulation
- • Financial engineering
"Today, employers find themselves seeking applicants for new types of roles with hybrid requirements mixing finance and technology."
- Lee Arthur, Managing Director, NYIF
Fixed Income Programme
The Fixed Income (FI) programme aims to produce skilled individuals in the key areas of fixed income including pricing and valuation of newly, fixed income instruments and markets, and yield curve analysis.
Participants will develop practical, technical and analytical skills to determine fair values, the term structure of interest rates, and yields and risk measures for a wide variety of instruments including:
- • Government bonds
- • Corporate bonds
- • Mortgage securities
- • Fixed income derivatives
The FI professional certificate is scheduled for the week of 13th November 2017 at Cass Executive Education.
Lee Arthur, Managing Director of NYIF explained the rationale behind the partnership:
“FinTech is having real, structural changes in the way capital markets operate. Today, employers find themselves seeking applicants for new types of roles with hybrid requirements mixing finance and technology. Those candidates aren't often easy to find.
"With Cass, we aim to enable employers and professionals to develop newly merged skill-sets quickly, through our London-based, intense, certificate programmes.”
Addressing the Skills Gap in Financial Services
With increasingly sophisticated technology companies entering and competing in every area of financial services, individuals within the finance industry are forced to adapt to survive the FinTech revolution.
On the 14th June 2017, Cass and NYIF will host a breakfast briefing for senior HR professionals to discuss the challenges derived from FinTech and plans to address the present skills gap growing in financial services.
To register for this free event visit: http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/executive-education/events
For more information on the New York Institute of Finance and Cass Business School’s joint certificate programs, visit the course page or call +44 208-068-5855