The Impact Assessment & Measurement of Return on Investment


There are several phases through which investment decision making could be proceeded, which are based on scientific bases. As it traditionally commences with the accurate identification of the matter or the problem the subject of the decision, then the identification of the available or the possible alternatives for handling the problem. In addition, it goes through the identification of shortcomings associated with every alterative that has been identified, in addition to the comparison between the shortcomings and the presented alternatives. Consequently, the investment decision could be made. We will tackle in this article the phases of investment decision making in details.

What's the Concept of Long-Term Investment?
General speaking, the term of investment is associated with three economic concepts, which are limited to impairment, sacrifice, and waiting. In this sense, the investment means to sacrifice by an immediate specific monetary expenditure in exchange for an expected return in the future. Consequently, this expected return becomes a representative of the price of impairment, sacrifice, and waiting for the invested amounts during the investment period. On this basis, if the investment period is one year or less, then the investment will be short-term, and if the investment period is over a year, then the investment will be long-term. From the above mentioned, we can argue that the long-term financial investment is a financial association with substantial amounts immediately, with the aim of achieving profits in the long term. Thus, the long-term investment could be associated with several specifications, which are:

Objectives and target group

This Course is provided for the following Target Audience:

  • Managers of institutions and companies.
  • Businessmen wishing to develop their skills in managing banks.
  • Students and graduates of business faculties in different universities.
  • Bank managers and departmental staff in banks.
  • Accountants and their assistants in banks and stocks.
  • Anyone wishing to develop their experience to work in securities investment.

How participants will benefit from attending the course:

At the end of the course, the participants will know:

  • The ability to supervise the preparation of bonds and to verify the validity of those bonds and work on their adoption before the processes of registration in the accounting books of companies.
  • Acquiring experience in the field of control and supervision of all documents received from the accounting office.
  • Acquire skills and experience in the management of investment operations in securities.

Course Content

  • The theory of investment portfolio with applications.
  • Capital asset pricing model, working model, and pricing model in arbitrage processes.
  • Experimental evidence on capital asset pricing models and working model.
  • Working model in portfolio management.
  • Behavioral finance.
  • Market efficiency. Liquidity.
  • Investment management skills.
  • Accounting principles.
  • Basic accounting terminology.
  • Registration of financial transactions.
  • Doubleـentry theory.
  • The concept of antiـ
  • Important accounting rules.
  • The concept of investment in its general form.
  • The concept of securities investment.
  • The importance of investing in increasing profits over the long term.

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£3300 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2640 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£2145 / Member

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