If lockdown restrictions and/or social distancing guidelines are still in place the tutor will deliver this course in real time in a virtual classroom on the appointed date or dates.
This course focuses on investigating the types of fund structures used in Guernsey and importantly why they are used. The review includes investment companies, unit trusts, limited partnerships, PCCs and ICCs. It also has relevance to those new to the finance industry who wish to gain a better understanding of funds.
- Basic background of funds
- The different types of funds
- Unit trusts
- Investment companies
- Protected cell companies
- Incorporated cell companies
- Limited partnerships
- Fund strategy
- Parties involved in fund administration
- NAV and NAV per share (take out)
- Classes of shares
- Corporate actions and ratio analysis
- Local fund regulations
- Case study / NAV computation example.
The objective of this fund administration course is to improve both knowledge and understanding of the Guernsey fund environment. The course aims to cover the key aspects of the Guernsey fund industry relevant to staff working in fund administration.
On completion of the course, you will have a greater understanding of Guernsey fund structures. You should be able to apply the knowledge to your day to day position, obtaining a greater understanding of the working environment.
The course will be of particular interest to those working directly or indirectly in the fund environment.
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