Are you thinking about investing in NBFCs but don't know how to pick the stock? Well, you need to have a good understanding of this sector before investing in it. This course will help you build your concepts around NBFCs and the Banking sector so that you can choose the stocks of NBFCs like a pro.
What you will learn:
Working of NBFCs & banks.
How NBFcs act as an alternative to the banking system.
Essential parameters to analyze NBFCs.
Which factors affect the growth of NBFCs.
Did you know there are non-banking financial companies? How is it non-banking yet a financial institute? Confusing right? The concept of NBFC is that it does not have a full banking license or is not supervised by a national or international banking regulatory agency. Now adhering to a more confusing matter, how to pick an NBFC stock to invest in? As compared to other stocks in various industries, analyzing and picking up the NBFC stocks is entirely different. Understanding the annual reports and investor's presentations of this sector is not everyone's cup of tea.
This course throws light on the working of NBFCs and banks. It clears your fundamentals on why we actually need NBFCs and could these NBFCs ever be replaced. The course also covers the critical metrics like asset quality, capital adequacy, etc., that are used to analyze any NBFCs. After watching this course, you will be able to read the annual reports and investor presentations effortlessly without worrying about the jargon. This course is a perfect mix of developing your thinking as well as covering your academics.
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Specially tailored for the newbies in the domain, there are no prerequisites for this course.
This course talks about the basics of NBFC business and how it is different from banks. Further, it explains different terminologies associated with NBFCs so that you can pick the right NBFC stock.
Since the content of the course is pretty dynamic, we do not provide any certification for it. Trust us, you will definitely love it either-or. Moreover, we have a few very cool specialized courses that offer you Quest & BSE Institute-affiliated certifications. To know the details, please click here.
No, you do not need to install any specific software for this course. However, it is advised for a user to have an active Internet connection and an updated web browser for a seamless learning experience.
Finology provides you with an opportunity to access all its tools and courses by subscribing to Finology One. Hence, you can access this course as long as your subscription of Finology One is active.
Quick, quicker, quickest! This course falls under the Sprint category and can be completed in 15 minutes duration.
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