Equipping the Next Generation of Fund Administrators
Become the Secret Engine Behind the Deals
Revolutionising the Funds Industry through Quality & Efficiency
Educate and empower fresh graduates and young professionals to rethink their career options and discover employment within the funds industry by better understanding the roles, progression, and routes to entry.
Broaden skill-sets for existing finance professionals to pivot laterally and explore greater prospects outside their sector. Our tailor-made courses enable you to re-calibrate your existing experiences to become an asset in the funds industry.
Deepen understanding for fund professionals who wish to further develop themselves within the industry though technical knowledge or advanced business rationale. Our courses are designed to keep you competitive and relevant.
The number of Private Equity funds expected to sub-contract their fund administration services to a third-party by 2018 (Pricewaterhouse Coopers)
A fund administrator’s potential market opportunity and revenue gain by 2018 (PWC)
Global Assets Under Management (AUM) by 2025 (PWC, 2017)
Whether you re a fresh graduate or a young professional in Finance, Business, Economics or even Law; a solid grasp of Private Equity (PE) is essential in today's corporate world. Filled with practical examples and real-world case studies of, this beginner's course will help you gain a solid understanding of the definition, structure and types of PE investments
This is designed for those with relevant work experience in and beyond the Finance sector. Whether you are an Analyst, an Associate, a Manager or a C-suite Officer, if you have dealt with Private Equity (PE) Firms prior, this intermediate course deep-dives into the various types of PE investments, the due diligence process and companies analysis.
The advanced course caters to professionals currently in the Private Equity sector looking to further develop their understading and skills. Some modules in this course includes in-depth techniques of valuation, capital structure, negotiation agreements and exit opportunities.