Training The Street Offers Course On The Principles Of Capital Markets To The Public For First Time
-- First Class to be Held in New York From May 4-8 --
15 Apr, 2015, 09:30 ET
NEW YORK, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Training The Street (TTS), a leading corporate training provider for Wall Street firms and top business schools, today announced it will now offer a public course in the Principals of Capital Markets. The five-day course is available to banking and financial professionals seeking an understanding of the main theories and relationships that drive the capital markets. Bob Wieczorek, head of TTS's asset management and capital markets practice group, will lead the course from May 4–8 at TTS's New York City offices, with future dates and locations to be announced.
Through a hands-on instructor led curriculum, which includes interactive case studies using actual market data, participants will gain a thorough understanding of market dynamics by learning to analyze market conditions and form educated views to formulate future expectations. The learning environment is highly interactive and enhanced by the live simulations replicating both electronic and live "open pit" trading of an array of asset classes.
The Principles in Capital Markets public course series comes following the renowned success of TTS's public courses on financial modeling and valuations and its private programing offered to banks, investment firms, and law firms.
"A wider range of institutions and individuals are in need of a strong working knowledge of how the capital markets function now more than ever before. Training The Street's public course in capital markets allows for access to our industry-leading training programs in an area that is new and exciting for us and the financial training industry," said Scott Rostan, CEO and Founder of TTS. "Bob Wieczorek will be bringing his outstanding experience working in the asset management and capital markets community to the classroom. Our students will benefit greatly from his expertise and teaching techniques."
Mr. Wieczorek added, "Our clients will now have the ability to train smaller groups of their staff economically, whether on or off their hiring cycles. Our capital markets course also offers a high caliber, institutional quality practical training to new entrants and those seeking a better understanding of the inner workings of the capital markets."
Prior to his current role at TTS, Mr. Wieczorek served as Managing Director and Head of the Americas Region practice group at Fitch Learning. In that role, he was responsible for a wide range of operational activities, including designing financial training solutions for both the buy and sell side. He also served as Managing Partner at STORM Capital Partners, and Managing Director of North American corporate finance at Credit Lyonnais Securities. Mr. Wieczorek's experience also includes trading and managing a portfolio of distressed debt as a Vice President at CRT Capital Group and Credit Lyonnais, respectively. Mr. Wieczorek, a CFA Charter holder, also volunteers teaching financial literacy to inner-city high school students. He holds a B.S. in Finance from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.
For more details on the Principal in Capital Markets course, including registration information, please visit http://trainingthestreet.com/public_courses/5-day-capital-markets-program/. Classes will be held at TTS's headquarters in New York at 275 Madison Avenue, 12th Floor, Suite 1201, from Monday, May 4 through Friday, May 8.
About Training The Street
Training The Street (TTS) is the world's leading provider of instructor-led courses in accounting, capital markets, financial modeling and corporate valuation training to Wall Street investment banks, federal government agencies, law firms, business schools, and top colleges. With offices in the financial hubs across the U.S., as well as an office in London and India, TTS boasts a deep field of expert instructors and extensive practical experience. Currently, TTS is offering live training programs to interns, analysts and associates nearly 200 banks and corporate businesses, including Wall Street's ten largest banks, as well the 20 highest ranked MBA programs in the nation. For more information, please visit www.trainingthestreet.com.
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