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Hi IFEM is organizing a "Hi Tea Meeting with NSDL" Pragati ki Neev A informative and interactive session that will give you insights on how and where to invest. Timing: 03:30PM - 05:00PM Date: 07-MAY-2018, Monday Venue: ICICIdirect Centre for Financial Learning (ALC), Plot no. 2, IInd Floor, Kapil Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi-110034. (Opp Metro Pillar no. 347), M: 97179-38151, Tel: 011-2735-5339 We are looking forward to have your presence. Kindly Confirm by mail or message. Thanks & Regards, Piyush Garg Centre Head - IFEM
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Become CFP - Certified Financial Planner. ICICIdirect Centre for Financial Learning, Pitampura is pleased to announce Batch -8 for CFP Training. Why CFP? - A Multidisciplinary approach targeting all aspects of Personal Finance such as Investment Planning, Insurance Planning, Retirement Planning, Tax and Estate Planning. A Professional certification based rigorous testing of knowledge and skills on a global curriculum. Benefits:- -Weekend Classes -CFP Certified Trainers -Authorised Education Provider for CFP -Regular workshops -Low fee supported by CSR activity of ICICI -Special Incentives for Serious Candidates -Honorarium of INR 1, 000/- on FPSB Registration
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Looking for a Career in Banking and Financial Services. Join "Advanced Certification Program in Financial Markets" along with your graduation. (Batch-3) Eligibility:- 10+2 with 50% marks Fees:- INR 70, 000/- (Including Taxes, Training, Study Material) Date of Commencement of Programme: August 18, 2018 (Saturday) Schedule: Saturday and Sundays Total Programme Duration: 6 months Get Scholarship from IFEM. Appear for Scholarship Test on 07th May 2018 (Monday) Venue: IFEM, 2, IInd Floor, Kapil Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi -34 (Opp Metro Pillar no. 347, Near Kohat Enclave Metro Station) T:- 011-2735-5339, Email: (#BCOM, #BA, #BANK, #BFSI, #CAREER, #BANKJOB)
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Should you exit your crypto holdings now? If you have holdings in cryptocurrencies, in spite of Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) warning in December and the government’s word of caution earlier this year, the latest RBI announcement may have worried you. Last week, the RBI clamped down on cryptocurrency-rupee trading in the country. The RBI has given a three-month window to regulated entities such as banks and non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) to wind up existing relationships with firms or individuals dealing in cryptocurrencies. Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, RBI deputy governor B.P. Kanungo said virtual currencies can “adversely impact market integrity and capital control. And if they grow beyond a size, they can endanger financial stability as well.” Should you exit now ? If you want to redeem your crypto assets in rupees into your bank account, then this is the chance. After three months, you will have to trade in crypto assets or sell through other channels. You can even sell it after that but you may not be able to withdraw the money in your bank account and will need to convert it into some other crypto asset. If you are unable to exit or choose not to exit in the three-month window, look at your options in the future and consider the risks, which seem to be very high. New investors should stay away. #Bitcoin, #IFEM, #MutualFund, #CFP, #CFA, #FinanceEducation