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2 MScs in Securities Management

Students hoping to defend the public from cyber attacks may want to attend classes in securities management. Leaning from instructors with experience gives students a chance to build up their skills on how to deal with identity theft.

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The University of Law Business School Postgraduate
London, United Kingdom

The MSc Financial Compliance and Governance is aimed at those looking to advance their careers in global financial compliance. Students will be fully equipped to look at not o ... +

The MSc Financial Compliance and Governance is aimed at those looking to advance their careers in global financial compliance. Students will be fully equipped to look at not only regulations and compliance functions, but also at other risks faced by financial institutions including market, credit and liquidity. This course provides an in-depth understanding of financial markets and the changing place of financial institutions in the global economy. The main focus is to explore various threats and risks to financial institutions and the role of the compliance function in helping to identify and combat them. -
MSc
Full-time
12 - 18 months
English
Campus
 
The University of Law Business School Postgraduate
London, United Kingdom

The MSc Financial Risk Compliance provides a comprehensive, globally focused understanding of the risk management tools, ranging from enterprise-wide risk management practices ... +

The MSc Financial Risk Compliance provides a comprehensive, globally focused understanding of the risk management tools, ranging from enterprise-wide risk management practices to specific techniques and requirements in the financial industry sector. The programme provides a comprehensive introduction to the financial services industry, exploring the broader economic environment and how it influences financial markets. It provides in-depth knowledge of financial products including equities, bonds, derivatives and investment funds. It also examines types of risks faced by businesses and risk management practices within financial institutions, namely market, credit and counterparty risks. -
MSc
Full-time
12 - 18 months
English
Campus
 

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