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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Students on this course will gain a broad knowledge of the financial services sector with subjects reflecting the activities of major participants...
This course aims to provide a level of knowledge and skills in core business subjects that prepares students for positions of greater...
Finance is a general course, and students will study subjects which encompasses topics such as economics, accounting, statistics, and investment,...
Oversees accounting and the implementation and monitoring of internal controls in the business.
Works behind the counter at a bank branch performing general banking duties. Sometimes referred to as a "Cashier".
Responsible for identifying and analysing areas of potential financial risk that threaten the assets, earning capacity or success of an organisation.
Independent insurance professionals who act as a link between insurance companies and their customers.
Responsible for the daily processing of invoices and other financial transactions.
Searches for trends in stock markets, and decides where to invest funds to minimise risk and maximise profit.
Prepares the insurance claim on behalf of the insured and negotiates the best terms for settlement.
Claims experts who assess insurance claims for incidence of fraud.
Responsible for ensuring a companies income is maximised and bad debtors are minimised by implementing the company’s credit control procedures.