The objective the certification is to develop a strong foundation of investment concepts and products and understand the process of goal-based financial planning and asset allocation.

Those who complete the Wealth Management – Basic Certification can directly enroll into the Wealth Management – Advance certification, which is accredited by NISM under Regulation 7(2) of the SEBI (Investment Advisers) Regulations, 2013.

The wealth management course has a well-rounded curriculum covers broking, investment, insurance and leverage products and processes.

Elements

  • Workbook covering the complete curriculum in detail
  • Online study plan
  • Online Case study quizzes

Certification

The Certification Examinations will be held at NSEIT test centres across locations.

Who is this course for

  • Those starting their career in the wealth management or financial planning.
  • Those seeking cross-over or career progression into multi product advisory.
  • Those setting up or working for independent financial advisory business.
  • Investors seeking to manage their personal finances.

1. Risk, Return and Asset Allocation

  • Return on Investments
  • Risk in Investments
  • Asset Classes and Diversification
  • Personal Finance and Investment Planning
  • Financial Planning
  • Principles of Portfolio Construction
  • Portfolio Rebalancing
  • Investment Strategies for Wealth Creation

2. Equity Markets: Structure and Working

  • Introduction to Indian Financial Markets
  • Basics of Equity
  • Primary Markets
  • Secondary Markets

3. Equity Analysis & Investing

  • Fundamental Analysis
  • Financial Ratios
  • Valuation Ratios and Multiples
  • Technical Analysis
  • Market Indicators
  • Debt and Derivatives Markets
  • Debt Markets and Instruments
  • Valuation of Bonds
  • Derivative Markets and Instruments

4. Mutual Funds Products

  • Mutual Fund Product Matrix
  • Equity Funds
  • Basics of Debt Funds
  • Hybrid Funds
  • Other Type of Funds
  • Mutual Fund Information and Analysis

5. Mutual Funds in Wealth Management

  • Product Comparison
  • Positioning Debt Funds
  • Equity Funds Positioning
  • Positioning of Hybrid Funds
  • Financial Transactions and Applicable NAV
  • Mutual Fund Folio Operations
  • Systematic Transactions

6. Insurance

  • Insurance Concepts
  • Life Insurance Products
  • General Insurance (Non – Life Insurance)

7. Banking

  • Basics of Banking
  • Liability Products
  • Asset Products
  • Negotiable Instruments
  • Payment Methods
  • Cash Management
  • Banking Channels
  • Account Operations
  • Control Policies and Compliance

8. Other Investment Products

  • Retirement Planning
  • Retirement Products
  • Government Savings Scheme
  • Deposits and Structured products

9. Leverage in Personal Finance

  • Leverage in Personal Finance
  • Loan Process
  • Loans against Assets

10. Process and Regulations

  • Regulatory Environment in India
  • Income Tax Principles
  • Investor Acquisition and Folio
  • Payment Instruments
  • Special Investor Categories
  • Non-Financial Transactions
  • Mutual Fund Taxation
  • KYD, Code of Conduct and Ethics

30 study hours

Registration Fees INR 6,490
Exam Fees INR 2,360
GST (18%) INR 1,593
Total INR 10,443
  • Exam re-attempt fee – INR 885

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