Macquarie Business School and NSE Academy Limited join forces to nurture talent for financial sector

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A new partnership between Macquarie Business School (MQBS) and NSE Academy Limited (NAL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE), will deliver world-class credentials to finance professionals and students in India.

Under this collaboration, NAL will offer certificate courses, developed by Macquarie Business School (MQBS), which will deliver credit points and entitle pathway study in Australia under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

The first certificate program, Certificate in Corporate Treasury Program (CCTP), will launch later this month through NSE Knowledge Hub, an AI-powered learning experience platform. CCTP is offered by MQBS in conjunction with the Australian Corporate Treasury Association (ACTA). Students who successfully complete the program will receive ten credit points towards postgraduate coursework study. Fourteen individual modules, including Treasury Operations, Treasury Systems, Risk Management and Financial Strategy, will also be available.

Professor Eric Knight, Executive Dean of Macquarie Business School said, “Macquarie Business School is delighted to partner with NSE Academy Limited to offer flexible professional development to the Indian market. Our Certificate in Corporate Treasury incorporates theory with the Business School’s expertise in finance, and in conjunction with ACTA, Australia’s peak professional body for corporate treasurers and senior financial risk managers, this partnership offers a fantastic pathway to gaining an international certification.”

Mr Abhilash Misra, Chief Executive Officer, NSE Academy Limited said, “Our collaboration will provide future-ready competitive skillsets and internationally respected and recognised certifications to finance professionals and students. By providing curated and insightful content to the NSE Knowledge Hub, MQBS will enable professionals to gain knowledge in areas of treasury operations, risk management, and other areas in the financial sector.”

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