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Introduction to Economic Environment Principles

Price: €300




Self study


Approx. 16 hours to complete


12 CPD hours


Certificate of attendance

Introduction to the class

The economic environment consists of all these external factors that determine market behaviors and affect a country’s or business’ performance. Economic indicators and performance, are crucial to long term planning (decision making) and the forecasting of the asset classes and financial instruments performance. This workshops stands as a comprehensive guide to the concepts of the economic environment for entry level professionals as well as a useful refresher to more experienced  professionals.

Who should attend?

  • Financial advisors

  • Wealth managers

  • Private bankers

  • Asset managers

  • Attorneys

  • Accountants

  • Business owners

This course includes:

  • 16 hours of self study including articles and presentations

  • Full lifetime access to learning material

  • Certificate of attendance

How it works?

Workshops take place on Hapeiron, an Interfima e-learning platform.

  1. Enroll to the class from this page

  2. After enrollment you'll receive a registration link to access the platform 

  3. Complete all learning material

  4. Get your certificate of attendance

Do you want this class in-house?

We can deliver this class in-house for your organization's employees.

CPD Recognition

The syllabus of this workshop is eligible for 12 CPD hours in Economics. 
riteria and CPD hours are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold certification or membership.

What you will learn

Foundations of economy

  • Basic economic concepts

Real economy and financial economy

  • Country’s financial balance

  • Sector’s financial balance

  • Leading indicators

  • The monetary policy transmission mechanism

Relationship between real economy and financial markets

  • The impact of country’s financial position on the outstanding public debt and the need of new issues of government bond

Exchange rates and international finance

  • The law of one price

  • The theory of purchasing power parity

  • The covered interest rate parity theory

  • Determining factors of variations in exchange rates

ESG effects on economies

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