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Customised Training

World-class corporate training solutions

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The IFF Training Faculty


The IFF Faculty comprises 100+ trainers who each have a minimum of a decade of industry experience.

We select a trainer based on your needs ensuring the programme they deliver will solve your company issues.

All trainers communicate their years of experience to you via practical sessions and exercises.

Faculty Spotlight - Meet a few of the trainers


Expertise: Project Finance
Steve is a career project finance banker with 30 years of experience in lending and advisory work. He was formerly Head of Oil and Gas Project Finance for RBS


Areas of Expertise: Derivatives & Trading
Alan worked in the markets for 30 years both as a trader and a trainer. He is a visiting lecturer at the Cass Business School


Areas of expertise: Risk Management, Financial Products
Clive has been engaged in the finance and investment management sectors, on both sides of the Atlantic, for more than 25 years


Expertise: FinTech, Blockchain
He is Founding Member of the World FinTech Association and Member of the Panel of Judges of the European FinTech Awards. He is co-author of ‘The FINTECH Book’, published by Wiley and Son


Expertise: Risk Management
Andrew worked preciously at Mitsubishi Finance International (now bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi). He has been a senior financial regulator including being Head of Traded Risk at the Financial Services Authority (FSA)


Expertise: Hedge Funds, Investment Management
John worked in a variety of world class banks including Nomura, Citicorp, Vickers da Costa, Barclays, de Zoete Wedd, and UBS in Tokyo, New York and Geneva. John is a Professor of Finance at the renowned graduate business school Thunderbird