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Anbima offers free online courses on investment funds


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Anbima (Brazilian Association of Entities in the Financial and Capital Markets) is offering a new wave of free online courses. This time, the classes will explain what real estate funds are, FIPs (Equity Investment Funds) and FIDCs (Credit Rights Investment Funds)

Aimed at professionals in the financial market, online classes are structured in three parts: concepts, in which the fundamentals about each type of fund are presented; regulation, with immersion in the rules for these products in Brazil; and practice, in which its segments of operation, product opportunities are discussed, as is the investment process and other practical aspects of the fund.

The three courses are basic level and have a 3-hour workload. To attend, simply access the education platform distance from Anbima and perform the registration.

Free courses

The entire portfolio of online courses it can be accessed for free by anyone who wants to learn or delve into the main themes of the financial and capital markets.

The decision is in line with the positioning of the Association in the face of the social distance imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. With the latest launches, 20 courses are available on various market topics with content ranging from basic to advanced. Between them, Investment Funds Abroad, ETF in the Brazilian Market, Valuation and Fixed Income Market.

Since the announcement of gratuity in April, more than 51 thousand people have enrolled in at least one of our online courses. In total, we have already received more than 120 thousand registrations.

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