The workshop aims to investigate key aspects that drive international finance in developing countries using case studies and best practice models. The workshop will allow students to analyse key global issues in international finance development, including the international monetary system, foreign exchange, exchange rates, international financial markets and cash flow operations. Concepts like international funds flow, balance of payments, foreign direct investment, money laundering, capital outflows, capital flight and major difficulties of financial market regulation.
- International financial markets and systems
- International flow of funds and balance of payment
- Forecasting exchange rates
- Financial globalization
- Financial sector and economic growth
- Market failures in the financial sector
- International monetary system
- Lending and debt crisis in developing countries
- Foreign direct investment
- Capital outflows and capital flight
- Money laundering
The workshop is aimed at
- Financial advisors & brokers
- Local Economic Development (LED) personnel
- Forex dealers
- Treasury staff
- Risk managers
- Investment and portfolio management personnel who require an international perspective in finance
- Non-finance professionals who want to understand how development finance work.
- (Cross-border) NGO/NPO managers
- Import/Exports personnel
- Personnel from trade & investment promotion (government) agencies
Dr Steven Msomi
Dr Steven Msomi is the Co-founder and CEO of Kabusha Advisory, which is a mergers and acquisitions, transaction advisory and capital raising entity. He is also the Governor of the South African Institute of Financial Markets (SAIFM); an executive director at Nolands Capital and Digitlab board member. Steven has over 20 years of corporate experience and has worked in investment banking, mergers and acquisition and equity derivative trading roles for companies like SA Stockbrokers, Rand Merchant Bank, FNB Private Clients, PSG-Konsult and Sanlam. Equipped with a PhD in Finance from UKZN and a Master’s Degree in Applied Finance from USQ in Australia, Steven lectured Investment and Corporate Finance to MBA students at UKZN Graduate School of Business. Steven has capabilities in both investment and corporate finance, and is experienced in capital raising, valuation, due diligence, financial modelling, deal structuring, investment analysis and portfolio management.
The workshop will be offered online whereby a delegate whose attendance has been confirmed in writing will receive by email –
- a copy of the power point slides to be used in the workshop
- a link to join the online workshop at the set time
CPD for FAIS purposes
This workshop provides verifiable CPD points in terms of the Determination of Fit and Proper Requirements for Financial Services Providers, BN 194 of 2017, provided that the content is appropriate for your role within the company. A certificate of attendance will be issued that could be submitted to your company’s compliance officer. The number of verifiable CPD hours will be up to 6 hours.
CPD for SAIFM members’ purposes
This workshop provides verifiable CPD points in terms of the CPD policy of SAIFM provided that the content is appropriate for your current or future role within the company. A certificate of attendance will be issued, which should be retained and submitted should you be selected for a SAIFM member CPD audit. The number of verifiable CPD hours will be up to 6 hours.
All enquiries can be directed to Melissa Joao: firstname.lastname@example.org / 011 802 4768
DATE 15 February 2024
TIME 09h00 – 15H30
SAIFM Full members pay R4784.00 per person (Inc. VAT)
SAIFM Affiliate members pay R5238.25 per person (Inc. VAT)
KINDLY NOTE: Closing date for bookings and receipt of payment is 15 January 2024
Disclaimer: While every effort is made to ensure that confirmed workshops continue uninterrupted, it may happen in rare circumstances that we are obliged to cancel. In such a case, a full refund will be made for the workshop or an alternate date arranged at the convenience of the attendees. It is recommended that uncapped wifi/fibre is made use of for the duration of the workshop. All data costs incurred will be for your own account.