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Investment Management Certificate - KNEC

This Investment Management certificate course aims at incorporating high standards of professional ability and practice in investment analysis, portfolio management, and other related disciplines.

KNEC

KNEC

  •  Certificate  2 years

    Investment management refers to the handling of financial assets and other investments, not only buying and selling them. Investment management includes devising a short or long term strategy for acquiring and disposing of portfolio holdings. It can also include banking, budgeting, and tax services and duties, as well.

    Professional investment management aims to meet particular investment goals for the benefit of clients whose money they have the responsibility of overseeing. These clients may be individual investors or institutional investors such as pension funds, retirement plans, governments, educational institutions, and insurance companies.

    The Investment Management Certificate is an entry-level designation for investment professionals.

    Investment Management Certificate - objectives

    This Investment Management certificate course aims at incorporating high standards of professional ability and practice in investment analysis, portfolio management, and other related disciplines. Students will learn about the financial markets, regulations, accounting, economics and financial maths.

    Entry Requirements

    KCSE D plain

    Colleges offering Investment Management Certificate course