The Capital Markets Academy of Deutsche Börse now is also offering preparation for the examination to become a certified derivatives trader in German and English via an e-learning course. This has been made possible by a new cooperation with the Danish company Tradimo, which operates one of the world’s leading learning platforms on the subject of stock markets. The participants can therfore much more flexibly access the teaching content, and the final examination can then be taken at various international Deutsche Börse locations.
The e-learning program contains interactive videos, current case studies and support from lecturers. Deutsche Börse’s examination is recognised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and is a building block for qualification as a Retail Investment Advisor in the UK. The European Institute for Financial Engineering and Derivatives Research (EIFD) also credits the final examination as a module in its “Certified Financial Engineer” qualification programme.
About the Capital Markets Academy
The Capital Markets Academy is the training provider of Deutsche Börse Group. For over 25 years, the Academy’s offerings have been aimed at private investors, exchange participants, employees from the financial services sector and supervisory and supervisory bodies. The Capital Markets Academy offers first-hand stock market knowledge in interactive classroom events with a high practical relevance and digital learning formats.
With a focus on trading, clearing and settlement, the Academy is geared to the products and services offered by Deutsche Börse Group. Other financial market topics, such as the functioning of capital markets, investment products, portfolio management and new technologies such as blockchain, round off the offering. After a successful examination, classroom and online courses can be completed with a certificate from Europe’s largest exchange organization.
The course to become a certified derivatives trader is offered several times a year as a five-day attendance event in Eschborn, Zug (Switzerland) and London.