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FIC trains stock market people

FIC trains stock market people

THE Financial Institute of Cambodia (FIC) is offering highly specialised courses designed to train people to work in the financial, accounting and taxation sectors – especially in connection with the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX).

The Financial Institute of Cambodia  will offer academic and professional education ranging from associate degrees to Professional Diploma in Financial Markets and Master’s Degree in the fields of financial markets, business, economics and information technology management.  

Current course on offer include: Certificate of Applied Taxation in Cambodia which starts on June 25, goes every Saturday from 8am to noon and costs $80; Certificate of Cambodian and Global Financial Markets,which starts on July 9, goes every Saturday from 8am to 11:30 and costs $180; Certificate of Initial Public Offering (IPO) Process and Evaluation, which starts on July 9, goes from 2pm to 5:30 every Saturday and costs $180;

Certificate of Cambodia’s Stock Investments and Stock Exchange, which starts on July 11, goes from 6pm to 8 every Monday and Wednesday and costs $180; Certificate of Practical Accounting and Finance, which starts in July and costs $160 per level; Certificate of Legal Framework of the Capital Market in Cambodia, which starts in July and costs $200.

For more information, the Financial Institute of Cambodia may be reached by telephone at 023 727328,  by email at [email protected], or by a visit to their website at www.fic.edu.kh .

The Financial Institute of Cambodia was established in 2009 to promote the securities market of Cambodia by providing high qualified training services to all stakeholders in the securities market by international experts and local experience trainers.

The Financial Institute of Cambodia was accredited by the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports of the Kingdom of Cambodia and FIC also has a cooperative arrangement under MOUs with Securities Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) and Hong Kong Securities Institute (HKSI) to provide securities training services in Cambodia.


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