Student Stories

Khuram Bhatti

“I came to an inflection point in my career where I felt I would like to learn a lot more. There is never a time too late to learn more especially if you’ve been in your industry for a while.”

– Khuram Bhatti

March 2019, Capital Markets Professional Certificate

About Khuram

Meet Khuram Bhatti hailing from California. He has a degree in Business Administration and has been working professionally for 12 years. He always had a strong interest in finance and appreciated the impact that financial statements had on business decisions.

He came to an inflection point in his career where he felt like he needed to learn a lot more. After doing some research he found NYIF and enrolled into the Capital Markets program to fill in knowledge gaps.

Watch his student testimonial to see what he thought about the course, important takeaways, insights, and what’s next for his career.

About Capital Markets Professional Certificate

This introductory program offers a comprehensive survey of capital markets. Money and banking, the role of central banks and the evolving regulatory landscape are reviewed. The program also provides a thorough grounding in the full range of capital market instruments.

To learn more about the Capital Markets Professional Certificate click here.

About New York Institute of Finance

The New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) is a global leader in professional training for financial services and related industries. NYIF courses cover everything from investment banking, asset pricing, insurance and market structure to financial modeling, treasury operations, and accounting. The New York Institute of Finance has a faculty of industry leaders and offers a range of program delivery options, including self-study, online courses, and in-person classes. Founded by the New York Stock Exchange in 1922, NYIF has trained over 250,000 professionals online and in class, in over 120 countries.

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