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Program "Investment Fund Management"

Start of the new program "Investment Fund Management" !

Joint program of professional retraining with Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF) and International Institute of Administration and Business.

IFM New program 2018.pdf

The purpose of the program: to increase the professional level of knowledge within the existing qualifications in the field of the securities market with the formation of professional competencies:

  • analysis of the financial market and its individual segments, taking into account the current conjuncture of the securities market (the current state of the securities market, derivative financial instruments, other segments of the financial market); 
  • economic and financial analysis of the company (analysis of investment projects and their payback); 
  • knowledge of a foreign language (English) in the use of securities.

: specialists wishing to improve their qualifications in the field of the securities market and invest management, having a higher education, and also proficient in English.


DURATION: 2,5 months 

Tuition Fee - 90 000 RUB


 Michel Verlaine, Phd in Economics and Management, Associate Professor at ICN Business School (France) since Mars 2008, specialized in the Governance and the Regulation. His domains of education are the Finance of Market, Banks and Currencies and the International Banking sectors. His themes of searches are based mainly on the Financial Economy.  

Bardinskaya Tatiana, LLC “ANP Consulting” (Russia), Partner; Greiner Packaging Group, Financial Director.

For additional information, business enquiries and enrollment please contact:

Irina Maltseva
Holder of an Order of Academic Palms of the French Republic 
Associate professor, PhD, Director of International Institute of Administration and Business HSE
Phone: +7 (495) 621 - 51 - 33
E-mail: maltseva@hse.ru




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