Kuwait: The Brusakuwait Group will hold a training program in collaboration with the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) to promote its commitment to contribute to the development and education of brokers and asset managers by sharing up-to-date financial information. Targeted at asset management companies. Equipment and products implemented around the world.
Boursa Kuwait has been a member of the ICMA since 2017. Nonprofits have been working with members for 50 years to promote the development of international capital and securities markets and to develop rules, principles and recommendations. We have laid the foundation for success. Currently, ICMA has approximately 600 members operating in all segments of the International Debt and Capital Markets in 64 jurisdictions worldwide.
Its members include private and public sector issuers, banks and securities dealers, asset and fund managers, insurance companies, law firms, capital market infrastructure providers and central banks. This initiative is part of Bursa Kuwait’s efforts to have a lasting and meaningful impact on the communities operating as part of a company’s sustainability strategy, providing a deep understanding of all market participants. It is an ongoing effort under the pillar of “education” to provide. An overview of the capital markets and various tools and techniques needed to make informed investment decisions and effectively meet the needs of investors.
It is also in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Goal 4 – Quality Education – and Goal 17 – Partnerships for Goals, as well as Kuwait’s National Development Plan “New Kuwait 2035”. The ICMA’s mission is to support a resilient, well-functioning, international and globally coherent cross-border debt securities market. ICMA promotes high professional standards in the industry through training and educational programs designed and provided by industry professionals.
This course runs for two weeks from May 29th to June 9th and is a freelance training that covers several concepts related to portfolio management such as bonds, equities, inflation and portfolio building. Taught by Neil Schofield. A UK-based consultant with over 20 years of experience in the financial markets.
From 2001 to 2008, Schofield was Global Head of Financial Markets Training at Barclays Capital in London. He was responsible for designing numerous seminars for different asset classes and serving them to different audiences. He was previously the Director of Chisholm Roth Training in London and has held positions at Chase Manhattan Bank and Security Pacific Hoare Govett (now traded as Bank of America).
Scofield commented on this occasion, saying: “This is an intensive 10-day course that seeks to explain various concepts related to portfolio management. We discussed several factors such as fixed income, equities, inflation and portfolio building and learned about the participants’ experiences. After all, this course is about sharing knowledge. We thank Boursa Kuwait for giving us this opportunity and look forward to building this long-term strategic partnership in the future. “
Brusakwait’s Corporate Sustainability Strategy stipulates that the initiative is applied and is in line with corporate social responsibility (CSR), industry best practice standards, and investor expectations, ultimately achieving success. Build strong and sustainable partnerships that enable Bursakwait to leverage its capabilities and strengths.Others that have gained experience in various areas and integrated sustainability efforts with the corporate culture to achieve pervasive longevity and lasting impact, inherited in the day-to-day operations of the stock exchange. Of a company or organization
As part of its strategy, Brusakwait works with local and international organizations to focus on supporting non-governmental organizations and charitable programs, financial literacy and capital market awareness, women’s empowerment, environmental protection, safety and prevention. And launched many initiatives. Measures against COVID-19.