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we shape business frankfurt school the frankfurt school s success story is constantly being written by our graduates for more than 50 years now we have been providing broad basic training for up-andcoming talent and advanced courses for experienced practitioners our graduates use the comprehensive indepth knowledge that they gain here to shape the world of business in germany europe and beyond we are a private business school with official recognition as a university and accredited as an institution by the german council of science and humanities wissenschaftsrat a degree or advanced studies qualification from the frankfurt school is an excellent recommendation anywhere in the world consequently our students are drawn from a global pool and our campus is a meeting-place for students from every continent outstanding research results and an excellent teaching record are the hallmarks of a business school with a modern format we prepare our students for their future responsibilities by

frankfurt as financial centre studying at the heart of europe frankfurt am main is one of the world s leading financial centres acting as host to a vast number of banks and other financial institutions when you opt for a course of study at frankfurt school of finance management you are also choosing to benefit from the immediate proximity of prestigious market players and their concentrated expertise but your time at frankfurt school will also be enriched by the cultural diversity and exceptional leisure facilities available in the city and surrounding region welcome to frankfurt allow frankfurt to inspire you and your degree course will become a magical time full of new experiences frankfurt has plenty to offer visitors frankfurt is one of europe s liveliest cities with a profusion of cultural activities to suit all tastes regardless of your preferred leisure pursuits ­ museums concerts opera cinema theatre ­ you ll find plenty of interesting events happening in frankfurt with

master in quantitative finance m.sc fact sheet major degree duration quantitative finance master of science four semesters 24 months part-time roughly 3 full days of classes every month thu/fri/sat frankfurt am main 70 english location ects points language the landscape of quantitative finance work keeps changing and it changes fast well-proven quantitative tools are being used in new areas while new tasks require the development of novel tools corporates who previously relied on basic financing approaches now are forced to adopt sophisticated hedging strategies that protect their operations risk management permeates all aspects of the modern business new financial regulations need to be translated into valuations and trading policies advanced dynamic investment strategies replace traditional rules of thumb there is no shortage of tasks for the quant both financial and non-financial firms are looking for people who have the skill the curiosity and the drive to pursue these tasks our

master of international business m.a factsheet major degree duration management with an international orientation master of arts four semesters 24 months non-consecutive full-time programme2 frankfurt am main germany and other locations worldwide 120 english location after two decades of rapid structural change in the world economy business and policy makers had to find new models and approaches that safeguard sustainable development prosperity and social justice in the future paying particular attention to those regions and groups in the global society which thus far have not fully shared in the benefits of globalisation economic crisises have heralded a new age of creative thinking and innovation in managing complexity responsibly we need new leaders who are able to integrate different ways of thinking to communicate across different cultures and to transform the tensions of human diversity into creative power in business politics and society the master of international business

programmes and seminars for india the frankfurt school of finance management has more than 50 years experience in educating executives and employees we offer numerous executive education programmes and other customised trainings designed to ensure that executives and employees are able to meet the requirements of today`s demanding market our education programmes include on-site classroom teaching with a highly qualified and experienced faculty self study web-based-training and tutoring as well as internationally recognised examinations and certifications the frankfurt school offers a wide range of subject areas in banking and finance general management and leadership clients benefit from the expertise and teaching experience of our nearly 3,000 adjunct faculty who deliver lectures and educational materials in different languages we deliver executive education on all levels from junior to senior executives including executive education at the board level in a wide range of companies

trainer profiles dr martin hellmich martin hellmich is head of fixed income with mainfirst bank in frankfurt am main he obtained his ph.d in mathematics from ulm university in 2003 since then his career with prominent players in the financial sector has embraced the fields of risk control and management fixed income portfolio management trading and sales of credit spread products and advising on the strategic use of credit derivatives and asset allocation martin hellmich has been lecturing in quantitative methods at frankfurt school of finance management since 2000 ruben hernandez ruben hernandez holds an m.a ed from ucla and an mba from the open university business school uk he is an associate lecturer at the university of florence italy since 1985 he has worked as an international top management trainer specialising in international business skills intercultural communication and team building and train-the-trainer activities his company bet&c designs management training programmes

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placeholder seminare für indienbroschüre open enrolment seminars placeholder seminare für indienbroschüre advanced methods of risk management target group professionals from the financial industry working in one of the following divisions of a bank asset management treasury risk management risk controlling trading asset liability and balance sheet management portfolio management advanced level learning outcomes being able to unnderstand modern risk management challenges and principles learning advanced risk measurement and state of the art risk controlling techniques understanding the use and the calculation techniques for modern risk measures like value at risk and expected shortfall and their relation to economic and regulatory capital and understanding the frameworks of basel ii and iii content types of risk liquidity risk credit risk market risk fx interest rate equity commodity business risk operational risk modern risk measures and advanced calculation approaches value at

placeholder seminare für indienbroschüre open enrolment seminars placeholder seminare für indienbroschüre sustainable energy finance emerging opportunities in india target group senior bank officials credit/loan officers directors/general managers business development advanced level learning outcomes increased level of familiarity with financing of sustainable energy technologies projects renewable energies distributed generation tri-generation energy efficiency increased awareness of feed-in tariff trading of renewable energy certificates recs better understanding of regulations and policies related to renewable energies re and energy efficiency ee as well as its relationship with risk analysis content introduction to sustainable development and role of banks and financial institutions brief overview of technology options under sustainable energy regulatory and policy aspects related to re and ee feed-in tariff and recs opportunities and potential risk analysis and

placeholder seminare für indienbroschüre open enrolment seminars placeholder seminare für indienbroschüre corporate social responsibility target group suitable for people involved in introducing and managing csr programmes participants will benefit from current international csr thinking and best practices as well as case studies from india advanced level learning outcomes master the csr and sustainable development decision-making tools and analytical instruments used by institutions today and likely to be used in the future create competitive advantage through csr case study examples assess risks and opportunities before making capital investments or other business decisions looking at examples in india align csr strategies with organizational goals and capabilities evaluate current initiatives and consolidate efforts around key objectives present a business case for csr initiatives in india implement csr at all levels of the company-india perspective content definitions of csr

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