investing-in-banks

Program Overview

  •   Language : English

  •   Target Audience : College Students

  •   Duration : 21 Minutes

  •   Program Type : Self-paced program

Program Details

This Investing in Banks program will impart the essential knowledge of banking and its functions, as well as it will give an analysis to choose banks correctly. Along with that, this program will also be talking about NPA with examples, cost of liabilities with examples. Moreover, this program includes the Capital Adequacy ratio with examples and case studies of different banks. Therefore, this program will help you to understand the necessary factors before choosing a bank to invest in as a whole and it will provide guidance to the youth for the future in a short span of time. At the end of the program, you will be getting quizzes to enhance your skills.

The way of teaching is fun and interesting which will be teaching by experts and professionals

Curriculum:

Module 1: Understanding Banking Sector

-2 factors before choosing a Bank

Module 2: Analysing a bank for investing

-Analysing a bank for investing

-Learning CASA with examples HGFC, PNB & IDFC

-Understanding NPA

-Understanding NPA with examples

-Understanding cost of liabilities

-Understanding cost of liabilities with examples

-Capital Adequacy Ratio

-Capital Adequacy Ratio with examples

Module 3: Case Studies

-Case Study (ICICI v/s HDFC)

Benefits:

- Learn about banking sectors

- Learn about the necessary factors for investing in banks and different case studies of banks

- Learn at your own pace

- Earning certificate from Industry Leaders

Mentor

 

Mr. Arpit Gupta

Mr. Arpit Gupta is an alumnus of the coveted IIM Lucknow, Batch of 2013 where he specialized in Finance and Marketing.  Mr Gupta has a rich industry experience of more than 10 years and more than 3 years experience as a Financial Literacy Coach.

His areas of expertise include:

  • Stocks analysis and investment planning
  • Fundamental and Technical Analysis of Stocks
  • Analyzing Financial books and financial decision-making