A two hour fundamental Masterclass in Investment awareness designed in collaboration and support of the Bahrain Bourse to build and expand on fundamental knowledge of financial products, investment selection techniques, and investment strategies available to individuals and their companies.
Knowledge and Understanding
On completion of this short program, attendees will be able to:
On successful completion of this program attendees will be able to:
How one invests depends on a number of factors, including how much time you have, how much involvement you want in the day-to-day management of your investments and, just as importantly, the complexity of your financial situation. Understanding the type of investor you are can help you determine what type of investment approach is best suited for you as you create a plan that reflects your comfort level and your financial goals.
This course thereby aims to target a broad spectrum of audience from Students to Individual investors, Novice Savers and/or investors and Small Business investors providing the basic knowledge of financial products and investment strategies.
Participants will attend a 2 hour session provided in English which will consist of a combination of lecture and case study (as per time limit) encouraged with class discussion. Lecture and short case study will address learning outcomes as stated above.
Duration: 2 Hour Session
Start Date: September 2017
Date: The course runs the 4th Saturday of each month
Programme Leader: Mrs. Neema Almoula
Status: Public Offering
Location: Bahrain Bourse auditorium
Fees: Free to the public
Lecturer, Banking and Finance
Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
MBA (International) Advanced
Double specialization in Accounting & Finance and HR & Industrial Relations
7 years of professional experience as Manager, Corporate Banking in credit risk analysis and relationship management of large local corporates and multinationals with HSBC, Bahrain.
Faculty experience of 4 years at BIBF in taking professional credit analysis and compliance courses such as Project/contract financing, Credit risk, Small business lending, Regulatory Compliance Program and Financial Advisory Program.
Extensive exposure in finance related research and analytical skills with management of all customer relationships within a banks portfolio, identify strong opportunities for increased share of wallet in asset growth and increase in income and cross sell of the Bank’s products.
1 year with E&Y as business analyst in risk management for Basel III implementation for banks primarily in operational risk.
2 years with Deloitte as an audit assistant prior to Masters Degree.