Free Investment Banking Courses

In these Free Investment Banking Courses, you will find useful resources for mastering your understanding about the Investment Banking industry and its desired skill-sets.

Step 1 – Get Access to the Free Investment Banking Videos and excel templates from below –

Step 2 – You will recieve an email about the details of these free courses

Step 3 – Happy Learning!

If you want to learn Investment Banking Professionally, you can also take this Investment Banking Training

The comprehensive list of Investment Banking Free Courses included are provided below

Free Investment Banking Courses


  1. Discounted Cash Flows Valuations
    • Free Cash Flow to Firm
    • Terminal Value
    • CAPM Beta
  2. Financial Modeling
  3. Calculator
  4. Basic Accounting Course
  5. Excel Course
  6. Investment Banking Industry
  7. Relative Valuation
    • Enterprise Value vs Equity Value
    • Comparable Company Analysis
    • Sum of Parts Valuation
  8. Investment Banking Charts

 

Please do note that getting a job as an Investment Banking Analyst is more difficult that the job itself. Hence, it is important for you to prepare well before you even think of having an Interview discussion. Investment Banking primarily requires mastering Excel skills, Accounting, Financial Modeling, Valuations and communications/negotiations skills.

Below Free courses on Investment Banking will help you develop these key Investment Banking Skillsets.

Investment Banking Industry


Before you apply for any job in Investment Banking, it is important for you to understand what Investment Banking is all about? Here we cover the following –

  • Learn What is an Investment Bank from this video course?
  • What are the various roles offered by Investment Banking?
  • IPO, M&A, Sell Side, Buy Side etc
  • Key Skills required to enter into an Investment Bank

 

Basic Excel Course


You can easily assume that Excel is the Most important skillset required to work in an Investment Banking. Hence, it is very important for you to be extremely proficient in excel. However, If you are new to excel, you will get an intuitive understanding of excel from this course. Here we follow a case study approach to teach you basics of excel. Please do not expect advanced fundamentals to be covered in this Investment Banking course, however, it is pretty useful for students who are relatively new to excel.

Accounting


Knowledge of accounting is a must! Infact, as an analyst you need to master the concepts of accounting. I have noticed that if you are an engineer (read ‘non accounting background’) like me, you may find it a bit difficult to digest the concepts of accounting. Infact, debits and credits are the first thing that any accounting book teaches us. However, I have a 1 hour challenge for you. In this course, you will learn accounting in one hour without the need of using debits and credits. Go through this Investment Banking course in detail, even you are a master in accounting and i bet you will learn something new from this course.

Calculator


In this course, we will cover the Texas Instruments calculator very helpful for performing critical calculations on the go. You can solve various problems like Time Value of Money, Annuity, compounding, NPV, IRR, Breakeven etc using this calculator. Additionally, it is also helpful calculation of Bond Prices, accrued interest etc.

Financial Modeling


Financial Modeling is one of the most important skills required for Investment Banking. This investment banking course will help you not only master excel skills but also be awesome in Financial Modeling using Excel. In common language, Financial Modeling is nothing but forecasting the Financial Statements (Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flows) of the company.

There are three set of free Financial Modeling Resources that you can refer –

  • Free Financial Modeling Training
  • Alibaba IPO Modeling
  • Box IPO Model

 

Discounted Cash Flows


Warren Buffet has been focusing on company’s ability to generate Free Cash Flows. Why Free Cash flows really matter? This Investment Banking tutorial will focus on understanding what “Free Cash Flows” are in general and why FCFF should be used to measure company’s operating performance. Here I have discussed the FCFF formula and its usuage in Excel. Also, you will find real life Free Cash Flow Examples in Alibaba IPO and Box IPO.

Concept of Terminal Value

Terminal value is the value of a company’s expected future Cash Flow to Firm beyond the forecast period. This Investment Banking course on Terminal value focuses on ways in which Terminal Value is calculated in the context of Company Financial Model. We also discuss the two types of Terminal Value Calculations – Perpetuity Growth method and Exit Multiple Method. We also try and answer question of whether Terminal Value can ever be Negative?

CAPM Beta

Beta is a measure of volatility of the stock in comparison to the stock market. Beta is widely used in Discounted Cash Flows, particularly for the calculation of Cost of Equity. In this article, we answer the questions on what Beta is all about, key variables of Beta, how to calculate beta, two types of beta – levered and unlevered, and can a beta be Negative?

Relative Valuations


Enterprise Value vs Equity Value

The most important aspect to learn about Relative valuation is Enterprise Value and Equity Value. In this Free Investment Banking Course, we discuss what is Enterprise Value and its key differences with Equity Value. Equity Value is the value only to the Equity holders, however, Enterprise Value is the value that is due to Debt holders and Equity holders. We also discuss various Enterprise value multiples like EV/Sales, EV/EBITDA, EV/EBIT, EV/FCF, EV/Capacity etc. In Equity Value multiples, we discuss PE, P/CF, P/BV, PEG ratios.

Comparable Company Analysis

In this Investment Banking course, we discuss what is comparable comps, how are the Comparable Comp calculated, How to identify comparable companies and How do we prepare a professional comparable company analysis table

Sum of Parts

Sum of Parts is a valuation technique to find value of Large Business Conglomerate with different segments. In this approach each segment is valued separately and the total valuation of the conglomerate is found. In this Investment valuation article, we learn how sum of parts or SOTP valuation is done professionally.

Investment Banking Charts


Investment Bankers create Pitch Books for client discussions and negotiations. These pitch books can be deal pitch books, general pitch books etc. One of the key features of these pitch books is that they contain awesome charts and graphs that communicate their ideas in a giffy. In this article, we discuss what are PE charts, PE Band Chart, Football Field Graph and Scenario Graphs. We also look at how they are created from scratch.

Comments

  1. By Troy on

    Hello Dheeraj

    Fantastic work!! Excellent!

    I am wondering if you have an excel model that has the financial statements built in; that gives analysis or ratio calculations?

    Please if you do id like some assistance

    Reply

    • By on

      Hi Troy, thanks! i do not have the excel model built in that calculates the ratio analysis automatically. Each company is different and hence, I have not standardized and prepared such template as of now.
      thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  2. By Kiirran on

    Hello Dheeraj
    I have done my BTech in Electronics and Communication, working in IT for the last 10 years.
    I would like to switch/build my career in Hedge Fund at the earliest possible opportunity.
    Could you please advise if I am good to go ahead into Hedge Fund world.
    Also, I would like to start with CFA (Level I).
    Your response/recommendation are highly appreciated!!
    I have no MBA/Finance knowledge as of now.

    Thanks again for your time!!

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Kirran, Since your experience is not related much to Finance/Hedgefunds, it may become a bit difficult to start with. However, don’t worry, its not something you can’t crack. CFA Level 1 is definitely a good start. In addition you need to also look at what exactly you would like to do in a Hedge fund. If you are thinking of moving as a quant analyst in Hedge fund, then my suggestion would be to take up CQF exam instead of CFA.

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Nkanyiso, my colleague will send you the details. Looks like we were facing some email sync issues.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Charles, the free course contains only selective courses and most in the article format. The Paid format of the Investment Banking course contains video tutorials with lot of case studies and examples.
      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  3. By AISHWARYA on

    hi ,
    I AM A PARAMEDICAL STUDENT ABOUT TO BE GRADUATED . I AM VERY INTERESTED IN FINANCE RELATED FIELDS AFTER REGULAR READING THE RELATED ARTICLES AND NEWS . I WOULD LOVE TO SECURE PEOPLES FUTURE (OBVIOUSLY IN TERMS OF MONEY ) . WOULD IT BE WISE FOR ME TO LEAVE MY FIELD ? CZ I WAS ALREADY PLANNING TO DO MBA IN HEALTH OUTSDIE INDIA ? IF YES THAN HOW SHOULD I START IT ?WHAT WOULD YOU REFER TO ME ? (BTW EVEN THOUGH I AM BIOLOGY STUDENT ,I AM A MATHS LOVER SO I WILL GRASP QUICKLY .)

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hey Aishwarya, a tough call to switch the career completely. I am a bit confused here :-)
      It is totally upto you to decide which field you are most interested in. If you are love Finance (more than medical) then obviously you should look for learning finance in greater detail.
      Good Luck,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Eduardo, my colleague will send you the details. Looks like we were facing some email sync issues.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Thanks Abhishek for pointing this out. I guess there were some tech error. I have asked my colleague to manually send the emails.

      Reply

  4. By Anuj Shah on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    I signed up for free courses multiple times but still haven’t received an e-mail. Could you please help me out here?

    Thanks!

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Anuj, my colleague will send you the details. Looks like we were facing some email sync issues.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Aagam, my colleague will send you the details. Looks like we were facing some email sync issues.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  5. By Jason on

    Hi Dheeraj, I have signed up but seem like didn’t get any of your mail in revert. Appreciate if you can assist on this. Thanks!

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Jason, we were facing some tech issues here. Asked my colleague to manually set the free course for you.

      Reply

  6. By Amit on

    Hi Team,
    I have entered by mail id, however i have not received any mail, can you please look into the issue once…thanks amit dang

    Reply

  7. By Abhinav Kaul on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    A small query
    Could you please let me know who has designed this Investment Banking course? And it is you who run this firm or someone else.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Abhinav, the investment banking course has been designed by me and my colleagues from IB industry. This firm is run by me and the team here.

      Reply

  8. By Fred on

    Hello Dheeraj,

    I signed up for free courses, but didn’t receive any email. Could you please check/resend?
    I really like this blog!

    In advance, thank you!

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Fred, my colleague will send you the details. Looks like we were facing some email sync issues.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  9. By HG on

    Dheeraj, I think there is a serious issue with the delivery of mails that one should receive on sign up.
    I too didn’t get any.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Yes HG, Looks like we were facing some email sync issues. have asked my colleague to send you the details manually.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  10. By Alex on

    Your free couses are so clear and useful.
    I am interested in keep up with you.

    Now i signed up for free course but i didnt got any mail yet.
    Could you send me again?

    Reply

  11. By Ashu on

    Sir,
    First of all thank u so much for providing free investment banking course. I have one query – I did Btech in EEE (Electrical & electronics engineering) and recently I have passed my MBA in Finance. Now I want to go into investment banking field so can u please guide how to proceed so that I can get a job easily in good companies? Also I realize that the accounting which I learned during my MBA was very basic so my question is how can an engineer like me can strengthen his accounting skills?

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Tarek, sorry for the delay. We were facing some tech issues here. Please check your email. have asked my colleague to send the email manually.

      Reply

  12. By Shruti Agarwal on

    Hi, I am not able to access the free online course for investment banking. Can you please help me in this matter.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Selva, Looks like we were facing some email sync issues. my colleague will send you the details.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  13. By Ashish Raparia on

    I don’t know whether it is the right platform to ask this question or not but I really need some good advice. I am a CA Fresher. I am also done with CFA L2 and FRM. What should I do next? Should I join Big 4 or Corporate or take CAT? Also if I join corporate, I would not be getting good profile of work there (I don’t know why). This is current scenario and can’t say what happens in future.Your advice would be immensely helpful in shaping my career. Hope you revert back.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Ashish,

      you have an excellent profile CA + FRM + CFA ( almost! :-) ). You need not worry on anything. Choose your interest. You can also look at joining Investment Banking or Research job. It totally depends on what you really want.

      Also, it is much better to gain 2-3 years of experience before doing MBA.

      Best,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Kul, nothing wrong from your side. Apologizing for this tech error here. Have asked my colleague to send you the details manually.

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      I guess the best one is CFA is you are looking for career in Corporate Finance, IB, portfolio management kind of roles. If you are keen on risk management, then FRM is the right certification to look at.

      Reply

  14. By Rajkumar Arora on

    I just registered for free course; did not get any email yet. How long does it take to get one?

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Rajkumar, it is instant. However, there was an email sync issue here. Have asked my colleague to send you the details manually.

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Anant, my colleague will help you on this. You should see his email shortly.

      p.s. sorry for the this laaateee reply. I thought this issue got solved earlier.

      Reply

  15. By Anuj Gupta on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    I have provided my Email Id and eagerly seeking for the courses. i haven’t got any Email. Requesting you to please send me the excel training.

    regards,

    Anuj Gupta

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Anuj, sorry for this extremely long delay. Please check your email. My colleague must have sent you the login details.

      Reply

  16. By Natasha on

    Thank you very much for putting this website together. I’ve been searching for the information you’ve complied but never been able to find such a comprehensive source. There is very little out there (of good quality) to help/guide people looking to start a career in Asset Management. Thanks again

    Reply

  17. By Saunak Chowdhury on

    Hello Sir,

    I am presently doing my Internship in a software testing firm as a financial analyst and pursuing MBA Finance. Is this a good time to start preparing for Level 1 CFA? Should I consider NSE certified courses as well to enhance my resume before the final placements? Also should I mention in my CV that I am pursuing Level 1? Will i get a certificate on completion of the above free online courses which I recieved via mail.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Saunak.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Saunak,

      Your answers are as per below –
      1. you should consider CFA level 1 above NSE courses.
      2. You can put CFA Level 1 pursuing in the CV. It will have weigtage.
      3. You will receive certficate of complete for the free courses.
      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  18. By Pauline Psilos on

    Please email me excel course. I greatly appreciate it. Do you happen to know anyhthing about a formula to properly price our product that we manufacture? I’m not sure what to price it at. It’s an oil filtration machine we sell to restaurants. What is a formula to help me figure that out.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Mahendra,

      Are you still having free course access issues. do let me know.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  19. By Madhavi on

    Hello Dheeraj,

    i am interested in the courses , but I didn’t receive an email for free financial modeling course learning

    Reply

  20. By Harshil Gathani on

    Hi,

    I havent received any videos or Excel templates link on my email id.
    PLease do send it over to me.
    I would like to pursue course on financial modelling can you help me which one to pursue with a certificate. I am a CA and pursuing CFA(U.S.) course as well.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Harshil, Have asked my colleague to send the details to you. I overlooked a tech issue here.
      sorry for this agonizing delay from my side.
      Best,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  21. By Doug on

    Hey I didn’t mange to get the links by email, could you please send them. Looking to do all of them eventually but if cannot supply all I was hoping to start on excel training.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Doug, sorry for this late reply. I have asked my colleague to sort this login issues for you. It seems there was a tech issue.

      Reply

  22. By Bhavik Patel on

    Dear Dheeraj,
    Thank you for providing me link for free investment banking.I will start learning and i appreciate the time you are giving to us. Nobody gives time and knowledge right now so again thank you for your efforts

    Reply

  23. By Confused_Anon on

    Hi Dheeraj, I am B.A graduate who has done a certification in Capital Market Operations. I am getting calls from various IBs for third party contract Back office operations profile. But I want to become an investment banker and don’t wanna get stuck in operations forever. Please help as the definition of Investment banker is too vague these days. What should I do to become an Investment Banker?

    Reply

  24. By jk on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    I’m really interested in a carrier in investment banking. I’m 28 years old and from a commerce background. I came across your website educba and wish to purchase courses but have few questions and concerns before plunge into Finance and buying the courses.

    Please confirm the following questions:

    1. the Finance course on Eudcba consist the investment banking and CFA level 1 course on wallstreetmojo?

    2. I have close to 4 years experience in customer support and I read somewhere that you need experience in the relevant industry. This being a requirement if I go ahead with CFA will my experience in customer service be hindrance in getting into finance companies ?

    3. I also get paid well and I m willing to change my industry and per my calculation it may take me 2 to 2.5 years to complete all the three levels. Can you also share what is the min salary a CFA can expect after completing each of the levels and gets placed in Indian and MNC so that I can make a better decision?

    4.I understand that I’m yet to complete the level 1 but any guidance on how to prepare for Level 2 and 3 ?

    5. I want to start my own hedge fund and do you think it is good to work first and then work on it. Can you also share some information on this topic.

    thanks,

    JK

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi JK,

      Answers to your question –
      1. Yes, the finance course on educba includes IB and CFA course.
      2. your previous experience will not be a hinderance as such. More importantly clearning CFA levels are important and learning real analyst skills like Financial modeling, excel, accounting will matter most.
      3. For CFA salary details an average, please refer to this article on CFA Salary
      4. Stay focussed. You will know what to do in Level 2 once you pass level 1. Level 3 becomes a bit different as it includes essay question in the morning session. In level 3, its all about the quality of answers where lot of practice is required.
      5. Its helpful to work first and understand the industry dynamics before venturing out on your own. Finance careers and roles are built on networks. Your job first will help you get the requisite inroads.

      Hope this helps,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  25. By Ed on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    Can you please send me the download links and templates for the Financial Modelling Course.

    Thanks,

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Ed,
      Sorry for this extended delay. I overlooked a tech issue here. I have now asked my colleague to manually sort the issue here. You should hear from us shortly.
      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  26. By Jing on

    hi Dheerai,

    I registered for free course, but did not receive email with course links. could you please check.
    if i want to improve excel skills. any exercise or books recommended?

    thanks so much !
    Regards,
    Jing

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Jing, unfortunately there was an email sync issue here. I have asked my colleague to manually send teh details to you.
      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  27. By Sana Hanif on

    Hi

    I am trying to access the free courses but I have not been successful. I registered my email address but I have not received a follow up email with details. I was wondering if you could help. I need to learn some key information and I am on shot deadline. Your help will be much appreciated.

    Kind regards

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Sana, sincerely apologizing for this delay. I overlooked a tech issue here and unfortunately, registration link could be sent to you.
      I have asked my colleague to send you the details manually to you.
      Best,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  28. By Umang Shah on

    Hi dheeraj awesome work, thank you for clarity in this complicated financial world.

    My career focus is in Research and analysis

    Have 2 questions, why suddenly CFA has become most important certificate to enter fundamental equity research, for bonds I agree CFA provides a way in depth knowledge regarding calculations and projections.
    But in case of equity fundamental research what role does CFA play?

    Do you think relative valuation is better then discounted cash flow in emerging markets for better analysis (thinking of going independent for personal investment)

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Umang,
      Thanks for your note.
      answers to your questions are below –
      1. CFA is considered gold standard in Finance certifications and prepares you very exhaustively in financial analysis, valuations, corporate finance, portfolio management etc. Equity Research totally relies on Financial analysis and forecasting and CFA is pretty useful in covering such content. Besides this, most financial firms prefer CFA candidates/CFA charterholders for analyst profile.
      2. Relative valuation is easier and better if applied correctly. Most issues we face is because of unavailability of the comparables. This is due to developing and new businesses in emerging markets (however, mature in developed countries). DCF is done so as to understand the business in detail as well as come up with the fair value/intrinsic value estimate of the business.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  29. By prakash on

    Dear Mr. Dheeraj,
    I have not received any mail on free investment banking courses. Please send me the details.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Prakash,

      Please check your email. I am sorry for this extended detail in sending the free IB course details. My colleague must have sent you the details by now.

      Reply

  30. By Agha Waleed on

    Hello there. I am an MBA student and I have undertaken a project for Valuation of a company. Any good links or resources through which I can get help on valuing a company in Microsoft Excel?

    Reply

  31. By DIPSANKHA SAHA on

    Hello Sir,
    I have received the link but I can’t access any course mentioned above except investment banking overview.Please look into this.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Dipsankha, please check your email. I have asked my colleague to sort this issue for you.
      Best,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  32. By Manish Shukla on

    Hi Dheeraj,
    I am a software engineer and wish to be an equity market analyst. Is CFA or MBA absolutely necessary for it. I mean, I study a lot about stocks, financial model of companies etc. But sometimes I find it directionless. Are there any courses that will help me in near future to enter this field? Please guide me.

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Manish, CFA adds credibility to the resume so that the propective employers know that you are serious about this. I however feel that it is not an absoute must. If you have built your skillset through experience, then you can defend any kind of practical questions that may get asked during the interview.

      Hope you have looked at the free Financial Modeling training here

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj on

      Hi,

      Unfortunately, you do not get a certificate on completing the free courses. Fortunately, you get what matters i.e. knowledge.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  33. By Raghav Sarin on

    Hi sir , I am currently in my last year of college. Im doing B.com (h) from Ramjas.
    I want to learn financial modelling from scratch.
    How should i proceed ?

    Reply

  34. By Raviteja on

    Sir I have completed PGDBS and presently working as CSO in axis bank. I am very much interested in shares can you please guide me what to do next for my career growth

    Reply

  35. By Jeleel on

    Dheeraj, you are such a great guy. You are really doing a great job.I want to become a very great guy in Financial Modelling. My goal is to model financials for companies in a way that amazes people. What is the best advise you have for me?

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Jeleel, best way is to master the art of financial modeling by applying this on a live company. You can pick any example and start preparing the model.

      Also, please complete the free financial modeling training before you take your example.

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  36. By rajiv soni on

    hi dheeraj,
    I have subscribed to the downloads as well as the free courses but I have not received them in my email. could you please send them to me on rajiv.soni@hotmail.com

    thanks
    p.s How can a person working in bond sales with a degree in finance get into IB ??? trying to educate myself by your courses and also thinking of enrolling into CFA… what would the best way to enter into the industry be.

    thanks
    Rajiv

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Rajiv, sorry for this late reply. My colleague must have sent the details on the free course.
      You are right, CFA can be a good start for moving into IB roles. You must also start learning excel based financial modeling and valuation skills to strenghten your resume.
      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Arijit, please check your inbox. My colleague has sent the link again.
      p.s. there was a tech issue due to which registration link didn’t get released.

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Racheal, there seems to be a tech issue here. have asked my colleague to resend the details to you.

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Haroon, sorry for this delayed reply. Please check your email. My colleague must have responded to you on this.

      Reply

  37. By MURARI on

    Hi sir. I have read ur comparison abt CFA n FRM it was really good. I am working as a officer in BANk.now I have 3 years experience in banking n for my career development what course should I do ..? What kind of job with good package I can expect after switching over my job .I am in very much dilemma but wanted to do something for my career development .please give me your precious advice .
    Thank You .

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj on

      Hello Murari,

      Do you want to make a career in Commercial banking or Investment Banking. I guess courses like wealth management, treasury, CFP suit more for Commercial Banking. however, if you are keen on Investment Banking, the CFA is the exam to take.

      All the best!
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  38. By KHYATI on

    I HAVE DONE PGDBM (FINANCE) AND NOW PLANNING TO GO USA FOR HIGHER STUDIES BUT BEFORE THAT I WANT TO LEARN ALL THE CONCEPTS OF INVESTMENT BANKING. I HAVE SIGNED UP FOR FREE COURSES BUT PLEASE GUIDE ME MORE REGARDING THIS. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

    Reply

  39. By Madhuri on

    Thankyou for providing your great services, as student I am really happy to learn my most interesting field with open mind with any tension of fees.

    Reply

  40. By G on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    I haven’t received the materials, even though I signed up for the free course. How long should it take to receive the email?

    Thank you!

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj Vaidya on

      Hi Gina, have asked my colleague to send the details.
      p.s. sincere apologies for this delay. i didn’t realize that there was a tech issue that prevented login details to be sent automatically.

      Reply

  41. By Ruchir Mehta on

    Thank you so much!I’m in college right now in Mumbai itself,and spend most of time learning advanced things in finance since the course is too basic and encourages rote learning! Anyway thanks for the courses! I really needed to learn excel for finance. Thanks so much! Do you think by doing these courses,a foundation would be set for CFA L1 which i hope to enroll for next year? Would love it if you replied

    Reply

    • By Dheeraj on

      Hi Ruchir, what these free courses and other premium Investment Banking courses do is that they prepare you for the Practical applications in the IB domain. With this you also are indirectly preparing yourself for CFA Level 1. Its good to know that you are considering CFA Level 1. All the very best!

      Thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

  42. By shrikant on

    Sir,

    interested in free financial modelling/investment banking course. Pl contact on the above mail id.

    regards,

    shrikant

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    • By Dheeraj on

      Hi Shrikant, did you register by providing your email id. If yes, then you should have received an email on the way forward. If not, please let me know.
      thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

    • By Dheeraj on

      If you had signed up for the free course, you may have received an email regarding the course access with links. Please let me know if you didn’t.
      thanks,
      Dheeraj

      Reply

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