The Stock Exchange and other Financial Markets
Continuing the strategy of webinars for my business English training, I am now offering a section from my Financial English workshop as a 90-minute webinar. We will focus on learning the English of Financial Markets including the Stock Exchange, Foreign Exchange and other traded funds.
What is included:
90 minute webinar on the English of Financial Markets
Access to online quizzes and games containing hundreds of terms
Financial markets’ subjects covered:
- Basic markets vocabulary
- The equities pages of a newspaper
- Shares, preferred stocks etc
- Securities such as bonds and commodities
- Exchanges and indices
- Collocations and abbreviations
- Avoiding mistakes
This training is for professionals with English levels B2 and above.
It’s a great chance to correct some common mistakes and improve your confidence in discussing the Financial Markets. At the end of this lesson you should be much more at ease when participating in meetings and presentations.
The presenter, Sean Roe, worked in international reinsurance, medical underwriting and risk selection for ten years in London and Paris before spending five years as Director of Operations of an insurance company in France. Since 2007 he has been drawing on this background – and his own experience of learning French and German in-company – to write and deliver face-to-face courses for individuals and groups as well as on-line training content. Having studied economics at university, he has since achieved a WSET Level 3 qualification, a professional business English training certificate from Trinity College London, and worked as an English language trainer in large corporations and universities.
I look forward to our next virtual classroom!
Regards, Sean (+49 151 7172 1627)
You can also pay by bank transfer to the following account, but please ensure to include your email address so we can send you the link to the webinar:
BIC: DEUTDEDBBER IBAN: DE17 1007 0024 0902 4886 00 ACCOUNT: Sean ROE
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