Tradimo Launches Derivatives Nanodiploma Certified by Deutsche Börse

Maria Nikolova

The comprehensive Derivatives Nanodiploma™ by Tradimo uses a mixture of online tutorials and videos, animations, Q&A webinars, interactive quizzes and practical projects across 110 different modules.

Online financial education specialist, Tradimo has created a Derivatives Nanodiploma™ which prepares its graduates worldwide for the Deutsche Börse “Certified Derivatives Trader” exam – a prestigious derivatives qualification which is recognised by the FCA, amongst other leading industry bodies.

The course, certified by Deutsche Börse, is aimed at any individual wishing to gain a professional qualification in derivatives as well as back office, dealing desks and management at banks and brokers worldwide who wish to enhance their knowledge about this asset class in order to maximise relevant business opportunities.

The comprehensive Derivatives Nanodiploma™ by Tradimo uses a mixture of online tutorials and videos, animations, Q&A webinars, interactive quizzes and practical projects across 110 different modules, with topics ranging from forwards, swaps and options through to risk management and regulation. The course is taught by experienced derivatives instructors including Gerhard Bauer, Head of Deutsche Börse Capital Markets Academy from 2009 to 2017.

Having completed Tradimo’s online programme – which can be done to the participant’s own time frame – course graduates have the option to take the world-renowned “Certified Derivatives Trader” exam at a Deutsche Börse office. Graduates with this qualification can be registered as a trader for a Eurex member company.

Tradimo has developed this online course to bridge the gap between the academic and the practical world. It has the power to transform a student from a novice in this area to becoming a proficient derivatives professional.

Sebastian Kuhnert, Founder and CEO, Tradimo comments, “We are thrilled to get our online course certified by Deutsche Börse. This is the first e-learning programme in the world that can be done fully online which also gives graduates the permission to take the final exam at one of the Deutsche Börse’s offices around the world to gain the most respected qualification for derivatives professionals worldwide. It is the most elite programme Tradimo has ever offered and we are very proud of the advanced e-learning tools we have developed for this course. Our collaboration with Deutsche Börse opens up significant opportunities for Tradimo’s course graduates, equipping them with the skills and qualifications required for key positions at brokers, hedge funds, asset management firms and investment banks.

“As our business evolves, we hope to replicate this certified model with other leading financial organisations. Our ultimate aim is to make the very best trading education accessible to individual traders and financial institutions worldwide, equipping our graduates with recognised qualifications which enhance their employability.”

Through its online trading school, Tradimo has educated over 4 million people about all aspects of the financial markets in English, German, Russian, Arabic and Chinese. The Danish-based company has consolidated a number of its courses into Nanodiplomas™ to provide a comprehensive e-learning experience which enables graduates to master key topics about trading and investment.

Tradimo’s Derivatives Nanodiploma™ is available in English and German and is also available with Chinese subtitles. To register for the course or for further information, visit https://go.tradimo.com/nanodiplomas/certified-derivatives-trader/executive or email [email protected]

Photo: Sebastian Kuhnert, Founder and CEO, Tradimo.

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