You have probably heard of freshers being being hired by top investment banks at whopping packages and wondered why. The paradox lies in the law of demand & supply equilibrium. A little analysis is what takes it to see that demand for adequately trained & learned finance professionals has outnumbered the supply for the same.
The word trained & learned has a huge relevance in solving the paradox. If you look at the total number of people willing to work in finance jobs, especially intellectual jobs like Security Analysis, Research, Private Equity, Venture Capital, Mergers & Acquisition, Derivative Strategies, Risk Management, is really high. However the question is, how many of those are trained enough to get hired in these dream jobs? This is where a short supply of trained manpower scenario comes in.
India is one of the largest recipients of outsourced financial processes. The growth of Indian Economy, Capital Markets and innovation in financial instruments has put forward enormous opportunities for aspiring finance professionals. To bridge the gap between burgeoning demand & short supply of skilled manpower an innovative & very effective course structure is offered by an emerging Business School, International College of Financial Planning which is part of Bajaj Capital Group.
The flagship program is called MBA in Financial Analysisand is based on the premise that a successful start in a career needs knowledge as well as global recognition. MBA Financial Analysis is an optimum mix between CFA program (USA) and some relevant India specific subjects. The structure of the program greatly enhances your probability of passing all 3 levels of CFA while you would be earning a valuable MBA Degree. The CFA blend makes the program global in nature evident by the fact that there were over 90000 CFA Charterholders working in 130 countries in 2010.
A salary survey shows that CFA charterholders earn approximately 21% extra in same profiles across the globe and the average salary figure converted to INR for is 1.03 crores for 10+ year experienced charterholders. (Source: www.schweser.com)
The program includes a detailed coverage of Equity, Debt, Derivatives, Corporate Finance, Alternate Investments, Forex markets, Portfolio Management & Economics. The program follows a ratio of 60:40 of practice & theory during the program. You get hands on experience of simulated financial softwares, trading terminals, real time valuation projects throughout the program.
International College of Financial Planning has been recently awarded as Outstanding B School, North by Star News and it has been recently featured in Dun & Bradstreets Indias Leading Business schools. It is also featured as #2 Best Finance course in the country by India Today Groups Aspire, June 2007. This becomes an excellent platform for students aspiring to reach the pinnacle of career in Finance.
Award winning programs
- MBA in Financial Analysis + PGDSAT + International CFA (MBA + PGDSATTM)
- Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning (PGDFP)- 1 year / MBA in Financial Planning – 2 years (Incorporates International CFP)
- MBA + Post Graduate Program in Management (MBA + PGPM)
For more information log on to our website www.icofp.org or you can call us on the below mentioned phone nos.
Delhi Campus 9560697900/01/02/03, 011-61601212
Kolkata Campus 9330862855 033-60002200
Mumbai Campus -09967716022,022-60002200
Chennai Campus – 044-64540012/044-64540026
Contact details – Admission office –
International College of Financial Planning
3rd Floor, Right wing, Naurang House, 21 K.G Marg,
Connaught Place, Delhi 110001
Ph # 011- 61601212, 9910995435,34,32
(Note: This is a sponsored article and has NOT been written by the PaGaLGuY Editorial Team. It is intended from an informational perspective only and it is upto the readers to research and verify the claims and judgments in the article before reaching a conclusion.)