Providing services to the public and business through banking, fund management and other forms of financial services.
Providing and selling insurance services to the public and businesses.
Working mainly in business, records details of financial transactions and provides advice on financial and tax matters.
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This programme provides students with a specialised education in accounting and financial management. It gives students a solid foundation for...
Designed to meet the needs of both learners seeking a high-powered career in financial or business management.
Students on this course will gain a broad knowledge of the financial services sector with subjects reflecting the activities of major participants...
This three year programme aims to provide a level of knowledge and skills in core business subjects that prepares students for positions of...
This course will focus on employability skills for accountants including communication, problem solving, computerised accounting, IT, and project...
Claims experts who assess insurance claims for incidence of fraud.
Investigates insurance claims, assessing liability and making final settlements.
Ensures the smooth operation and control of the accounts, including expenses and general ledger systems.
Investment bankers provide financial services for governments, institutions and companies. They advise on such issues as; shares, takeover bids, acquisitions and mergers.
Building society managers have overall responsibility for the efficient operation and profitability of their branch.
An Auditor is a Professional Accountant who has undergone further post qualification training.
Responsible for the daily processing of invoices and other financial transactions.
Building Societies accept investments from the public and grant loans to customers for the purchase of dwelling houses.