America’s leading financial education provider, the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) has officially announced the opening of NYIF India. The ninety-year-old institute has partnered with global education giant Pearson to bring the much coveted and award winning training program to India. NYIF is slated to provide training based on the present Indian market scenario. The courses offered will be customized and either be provided by online or classroom modes. There will be specialization on various subjects, which will include equities, portfolio management, hedge funds and securities industry fundamentals among others.
New York Institute of Finance has an illustrious history of providing financial education for more than ninety years. With courses on everything from investment banking and mutual funds to financial planning and retirement policies, the NYIF has been a torch bearer in the sector. Likewise, Pearson is a name to be reckoned within the education sector around the globe. With a operation base of over eighty countries, it provides study materials for everything from nursery to Ph.D.
Mr. Deepak Mehrotra, Managing Director of Pearson India said, “The Indian financial market is undergoing significant changes, reflecting years of strong economic growth. With the progressive policies of new government, there is an increased demand for specialized financial education. This partnership will get Indian students access to NYIF’s world-class education, market-leading interactive tools and the most up-to-date knowledge they need to succeed in today’s global financial market.” He added, “NYIF’s faculty members are recognized industry leaders and these courses have been customized to the rigors of the evolving financial ecosystem of India.”
The New York Institute of Finance has been increasing its global reach. The Institute now has footprints in five continents with thousands of students under its wings. It is dedicated to bring quality education to both developed and emerging markets to all kinds of financial professionals in various stages of their careers. The gap between countries is closing in and NYIF has been happy to lend its expertise to developing markets. According to a recent survey, India will be the third largest economy just behind the United States and China by 2020, reason enough to take the market of this country seriously.
Managing Director of New York Institute of Finance & Execsense, Lee Arthur said, “We are entering a truly global market for financial and human capital. By expanding our geographic footprint and digital course offerings, we are ensuring that qualified talent can get the education they need, whether they are born in New York, Nairobi, Beijing, or Delhi.”