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CAAM

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Cambridge Asset Analysis and Management

Overview

Our intensive programme offers a deep and comprehensive understanding of how financial markets operate, especially in the equity research and asset allocation arenas. You will be able to deliver your own valuation report for a listed company as well as to defend yourself in front of a judging panel composed of senior investment professionals.

By attending our programme, you will gain the foundations required to begin a career in asset management. The programme is also useful for individuals interested in banking, risk management, compliance, middle or back office positions.

Key Programme Topic

  • Company Analysis
  • Business Forecasts
  • Valuation Methodologies
  • Private Company Valuations
  • Asset Allocation

Programme Benefits

Understanding key aspects of company analysis and business forecast

Mastering valuation methodologies and modelling techniques used in practice

Gaining internship opportunities at an award-winning investment management company

Successful alumni joined top companies including JP Morgan, Google, McKinsey, BCG, BNP Paribas, Guggenheim Partners, Country Garden, Shunwei Asset Management, Haitong Securities, Caitong Securities, and also Boutiques; while some of them have begun their own business and some chose to continue their studies in Columbia University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Cambridge, London Business School, Tulane University, New York University, National University of Singapore, University of Sydney, Australian National University, University of Tokyo and many other destinations.

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Dates & Location

8th August to 20th August 2019 in Cambridge and London, United Kingdom

Further Infomation & Apply

For more information please contact us via email:info@cantabacademy.net.

We are still accepting applications from students and graduates from universities. Please send your CV to apply@cantabacademy.net, we recruit on a rolling basis