The General Certificate Examination in Securities (CME-1)

  • Duration: 5 Days
  • Language: Arabic & English
Courses Description

This program prepares trainees to pass the CME1 exam in both parts: securities rules and regulations and securities operations; Which qualifies the trainee to obtain the General Certificate of Qualification for Securities.

This test is required by the Capital Market Authority in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for persons to be registered with the Authority

Target Audience
tPersons registered or to be registered with the Capital Market Authority
tIndependent individuals wishing to develop their capabilities in the field of securities business
tIndividuals wishing to work in jobs that require this certification

By the End of this course, you will be able to:

tDistinguish between facts, standards, methods, principles, and procedures
tKnow legislation and regulations related to the financial market
tLearn securities operations and financial statement analysis
tLearn of how to value assets for investment decision-making purposes
tDifferentiate between mergers and acquisitions, restructurings and initial public offerings
Assessment Strategy
tPre and Post training test to measure knowledge and learning levels.
tEngage trainees in exercises and group activities.
tEvaluation form to be filled by trainees.

Part One: Securities Rules and Regulations

Module 1: Financial Market System

Module 2: Market behavior regulations

Module 3: Offering securities regulations

Module 4: Registration and listing rules

Module 5: Securities business regulations

Module 6: Authorized persons regulations

Module 7: Investment fund regulations and real estate investment fund regulations

Module 8: Merger and acquisition regulations

Module 9: Anti-Money laundering and terrorism financing rules

Module 10: Corporate governance regulations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Part Two: Securities Operations

Module 1: Financial markets: regulation and management

Module 2: Financial Market Indicators

Module 3: Investment and securities instruments

Module 4: The Economic environment

Module 5: Fundamentals of financial statements

Module 6: Financial statement analysis

Module 7: Financial and administrative procedures

Module 8: Quantitative foundations of investment analysis

Module 9: Assets Valuation: equity investment

Module 10: Assets Valuation: Debt instruments

Module 11: Derivatives

Module 12: Foundations of investment decision making

Module 13: Investment funds, exchange-traded funds, and Hedge Funds

Module 14: Sharia-compliant investment instruments

Module 15: Mergers, acquisitions, restructurings and initial offerings

Module 16: Fundamentals of compliance in financial markets

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