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     "Risk Management should be everyone's business, not just the CEO's,
CFO's or CRO's!"
                                                                                              Dr. Jeffrey C. K. Lim

 Seminars | FMSC Program

PFMS00: Financial Markets Simulation
   - Practical Process Flow Dealing Experience

Comments from past participants

"Everything is good! I enjoyed myself!"

- Ms. Virginia K. Y. Lok
K Y Lok & Co., Hong Kong
[Class of July 2012]


"I would like to say, the program which I attended, conducted by Jeff, was excellent! Jeff even slightly altered the program to suit my specific job role. That was really kind of him to do that. And true to his words, he imparted certain knowledge to me that were truely meaningful, much of those were attributed to his "kaypoh-ness" as he would put it. Although in most seminars like these, usually the interaction would be 1 directional, ie facilitator to attendees. However, in this instance, I believe the interaction was in both directions, which further enhanced the quality of this seminar."

- Benjamin Loh Chee San
United Overseas Bank Limited, Singapore

[Class of August 2013]

  • First-of-its-kind Financial Markets Simulation Dealing experience.

  • This is the Practical Process Flow Dealing Experience module, which is actually an Express Version of the full Financial Markets Simulation Centre (FMSC) Foundational Program.

  • Participants will be introduced to and have the opportunity to explore and experience the Practical Process Flow in dealing of various instruments in the following Financial Markets – Interest Rate Markets, Foreign Exchange Markets, Equity Markets and Commodity Markets.

  • Participants will have full access to PI ETA Consulting Company’s Dealing System - The PERMIT®1 System to “experience the real world of financial markets and products”.

  • The PERMIT® System is a multi-tier networkable enterprise Treasury & Financial Risk Management system developed entirely in-house by PETS2 Group working in tandem with PEER3 Group, that supports straight-through processing of on-line treasury transactions. PERMIT® is the world’s first comprehensive software to adopt the PET-DOG®4 system (on-line Help Functions and Guidance Features).

Participants should preferably have attended the following module in the FMSC Foundational Program (for more information, please click on the module name below):

Chief Program Facilitator
(For complete profile, click on the name below)

Dr. Jeffrey C. K. Lim
Ph.D., C.Sci., C.Math., FIMA, FCPS, FRM, PRM, B.Fel.



This programme is approved for listing on the Financial Training Scheme (FTS) Programme Directory and is eligible for FTS claims subject to all eligibility criteria being met.

Please note that in no way does this represent an endorsement of the quality of the training provider and programme. Participants are advised to assess the suitability of the programme and its relevance to participants’ business activities or job roles.

The FTS is available to eligible entities, subject to all eligibility criteria being met and to existing grant caps. FTS claims may only be made for programmes listed on the FTS Programme Directory with the specified validity period.

Please refer to www.ibf.org.sg for more information.

1 PERMIT® , which is an acronym for PI ETA Risk Management Information Technology, is a registered trademark of PI ETA Consulting Company.
2 PETS is an acronym for PI ETA Technological Support.
3 PEER is an acronym for PI ETA Engagement Resource.
4 PET-DOG® , which is an acronym for PI ETA Tactically-Developed On-line Guidance, is a registered trademark of PI ETA Consulting Company.
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