Market update with David Robertson

The glass half full view of the world at the
end of 2019 is still intact, but the bushfire tragedies, the coronavirus outbreak, and below
average business confidence is challenging the outlook. An update on our view at the
start of the new decade. The 20’s kicked off with optimism that the
global deceleration had turned the corner, with forecasts of global growth dipping to
3% but edging higher to 3 ½ % through 2020 and the domestic outlook was consistent with
a global recovery thanks to a truce on the Trade Wars. Local data was also positive through
January, with employment growth running at 2.1 % year on year, comfortably ahead of population
growth of 1.6 %. The unemployment rate is down to 5.1 % at
year end. This good news, together with an uptick in the inflation rate and more gains
for property markets, was enough to keep the RBA on hold in February and their language
is still stoically positive, but the Reserve Bank did admit that the impact of the bushfires
and the coronavirus outbreak will weigh on domestic growth. Just how large this impact
will be and how lasting is the unknown part of
the equation, but a negative read for first quarter GDP can’t be ruled out. Far less likely is two consecutive negative
quarters, a recession; so while the impact of the virus on China will be significant,
and the combined impact with the fires will be very challenging for local tourism and
other service exports, we do need to consider the recovery, not just the downturn. Similarly, for housing, the downturn through
2018 was very unsettling, but the inevitable recovery shows the longer term trend. The
gains in Sydney and Melbourne are clear in the chart; but in January, every capital city
was stronger, and regional property rose 0.7 % for the month. Stronger property prices
are one consequence of last year’s RBA rate cuts, which will help to offset slower domestic
demand; but another impact from the cuts was a lower Aussie Dollar, which did recover back
above 70 cents at year end, but is back around 67 ½ cents now, having been hit by the prospect
of China slowing as it tries to contain the virus. The lower Aussie dollar will continue to help,
but as for its direction from here, we’ll continue to respect 66 ½ cents as a key support
level, but the brief run above 70 cents over New Year’s could be a portend for upside
risks, so the 70 cent barrier is also a key trigger level to be monitored. The third beneficiary of these record low
interest rates is stock markets, with our ASX 200 up over 18 % last year, and further
gains seen in January: so having posted a record of 7100, you can see it’s been a
very impressive decade for stocks, even though ours have lagged the USA, especially the Nasdaq. The twenties are off to a roaring start, but
increased volatility in equities and other markets is likely, until the impact of coronavirus
is more clear, including locally through tourism and consumer confidence in particular.

Elena Delle Donne on Finances, Family, Health and Equal Pay | Kneading Dough S.2 E.5

“Dead Presidents III”] – [rapping]
High school graduates Straight to the league I ain’t waitin’
for my knee to blow Yesterday
I was needin’ this dough Get it?
I was kneadin’ this dough [indistinct chatter] [indistinct conversations] – Thanks, everyone,
for being here. Honored today to have Elena
on the show. There’s people from Wilmington,
Delaware, huh? – I’m telling you, Delaware is
the most loyal state there is. [laughter and applause] When I was younger,
I can’t tell you how many times people asked me
what state is Delaware in. – [laughing] – Like, it is the first state,
number one. So, like,
one of my biggest goals playing basketball is like, “people are gonna know
that Delaware’s a state, and it’s a great state,” so. – What was it like growing up
in a household with three kids? What was family life like
for you? – You know, my family
means everything to me, and right from–
I mean, when I was born, I knew the importance of a team ’cause my sister
has special needs, and it was always about her. Like, how can we help Lizzie
to be great and to overcome
all these disabilities that have been thrown her way? So I learned right away,
it takes a team to achieve a lot–
anything, really. – And growing up that way,
what did your parents do for a living?
Did they both work? What did they do? – So my mom was
a special ed teacher, but once she had Lizzie,
she stayed at home. And then my dad runs
a real estate company. – Got it.
And did he teach you a lot about “save money.
Do this with your money. Here’s what you do
when you make money”? – He taught me all of that. Even at home, he would
do little things like, you know, we’d have chores and he’d be like,
“All right, you get 20 bucks. “What are you gonna do
with this money? “Like, do you want to save it
and it’ll grow “because you do
more and more chores “and you’re gonna get paid
and it can grow, “or do you want to just
spend it all right now “on, you know, a toy that you’re not gonna want
in a couple weeks?” So we were able to learn
immediately, you know,
the importance of saving. – You’ve been through
a lot of things and persevered. Where have you found,
or what obstacle have you found that you’ve learned
the most from, that’s inspired you the most? – Contracting Lyme disease
has been the toughest battle that I’ve had to fight. I contracted it in 2008 and still, to this day,
I’m fighting it. To be a professional athlete
and to have a chronic illness can be really tough. There’s days where
I’m just exhausted and don’t feel like
I have it in me and have to rest my body and do extra things to take
care of myself. But it’s–once again,
it’s taught me about money and the importance of saving.
[chuckles] Because so much of
the treatments for Lyme disease aren’t covered…
– Oh, wow. – By health insurance. But it’s taught me to save,
you know. – One of the main things
you always stood up for is pay equity
amongst WNBA players. – Oh, yeah.
Yeah, this one– this was eye-opening. You can kind of just see that,
you know, women aren’t valued the same
way that men are in the workforce, and it gets frustrating, but you just gotta continue
to fight the battle, and it’s a societal problem that I think the League
and the W can spearhead and kind of start a movement
going. It’s big companies
needing to step up and, you know, put their money
where their mouth is, ’cause right now the talk is,
you know, the power is female, all that. It’s–you know,
that’s where the talk is at, and it sounds great to say
that you believe that, but if you’re not putting
your dollars behind it and your marketing behind it, then it’s just lip service. So I’m waiting for the dollars to actually
get behind female athletes. And the goal is that, you know, women’s basketball players
don’t have to go overseas to make their money.
– Yep. – You know, we want it
to happen here in America. – Here, exactly. And players have to–
or feel as though they have to play over there to supplement their salaries,
correct? – Mm-hmm. Yeah.
– Because you actually get paid more over there.
– Way more. – Way more?
– Yeah, way more. – What is the max salary
in the WNBA? – So the max salary
is $115.000. – That, compared
to the NBA minimum, is probably around
6 1/2 times less. – If you’re not getting
endorsements here, it’s not enough.
– Living here? – You’re gonna have to
go overseas. – But you’ve never chosen
to play overseas, correct? And why is that? – I don’t want to play
all year round. I love having an offseason to get better at my craft. Like, if you’re playing games
all year round, you’re not getting better…
– Of course. – The way you can
in an offseason. I love being able
to see my family– spending Christmas and
Thanksgiving with my family, which people miss out on
when they’re overseas. And then I like to do
other things. Like, I’ve got
a woodworking business. I love to get into
the woodshop. – Yep.
– And just create things. – So you talked about–you have
a woodworking business. How long have you had that?
– Goodness. That’s been, like, 3 1/2,
4 years now. – 3 1/2–
and are you loving it? – Love it.
– Really? – Yeah, it’s been so much fun. My wife is more talented
than I am, and I’ve learned so much
from her. We’re moving–we were going
back to Chicago, and we needed a little table–
a little coffee table. – Mm-hmm.
– And… just built it because coffee tables
are expensive. – Of course.
– Like, furniture is really expensive.
– Really expensive, I agree. – I was like, “Well, shoot.
Let’s go to Home Depot and buy some wood
and make this thing.” – And build it, yeah. – So we threw
something together and then, you know,
good old social media– I posted it and so much
feedback of people wanting… – Loved it? Demand.
– To, you know. So right away, we’re like,
“A-ha. We’re now gonna be
a woodworking company.” It’s called DelleDonneDesigns. In season it’s tough
to do tables ’cause it’s just the two of us.
– Yep. – And that’s the one thing
I struggle the most with being an entrepreneur,
is delegating. We need to scale it
at some point, but I need to let go–
– Meaning you and her make everything?
– Everything. – Holy c–Oh, my goodness.
– Yeah. Everything. – You can’t scale that way.
– No–it’s– yeah, it’s not working
the way– – [laughs] No, exactly. – We could be doing a lot– – ‘Cause you also
have another job. – I know. She’ll be like– – So when you’re playing,
it’s just her. – Hey, can you come
into the shop right now? I’m like, “No. I’m tired. I can’t be building a table.” – We were talking
about earlier– this is obviously–you’re
finishing your sixth season. What are some of the things
you’ve learned over the six years
about saving money? Like, what are the most
important things? – I’ve learned that taxes
are awful. – [laughs] – I–you see the–
you see the dollars that you’re getting paid
and then it’s like, “Wait, half of that’s
gonna go away?” Like, no!
– [laughs] – So I’ve become frugal. The best thing ever, too, was somebody told me, you
should get a financial advisor. – Oh, God, yes. – Like right when I hit
the League. And he has been so great. – Help you organize everything?
– Goodness, yes. Every month, I get a report, and I get to look
at what’s coming in, what’s going out. If, you know, we–
we even plan, like, five years from now, hopefully, you know,
we’ll have a family and be–have a kid, so how are we gonna prepare
for that? – Yep. And do you think
you have a responsibility to tell the rookies
that are coming in now? – Yes.
– Do you–do you do that? – Yes.
– Because you didn’t get it? – Because I didn’t get it, I’m like, “Come here. “You gotta do this.
You gotta do this. “Get yourself an advisor, ’cause you need somebody
who can help you.” – Of course.
– Especially with overseas money and all that, like–
– Yeah, it’s tricky. – That gets really tricky, and it’s nice to have somebody
who understands that. – Obviously, as you finish
your career, you’re gonna keep running
your foundation, which is very passionate
to you. Tell us a little bit
about your foundation. – The goal of the foundation is to help people
with special needs and families who might not
have the money to care for their child
with special needs. So what we would like to see
future, down the road is, like, going into homes and, like, being able to fit
out the whole home to care for a family member
who might have special needs. I know that I love basketball.
I love kids. I love people
with special needs. So one of my, you know,
greatest joys is running Unified
basketball camps, where I have, you know, the
“typical” able-bodied people playing alongside
Special Olympic athletes, and there’s no greater feeling
than just, you know, being able to spend time
with them and seeing them work
with one another and the joy of sport. – One last question to wrap–
a fun question that we always have
on the show. It’s what we call
the Broke Habit. So is there one thing
that you’ve always done, like, going back to college,
or before that, that was, like, a habit
that you can’t shake, even though
you’re a professional basketball player now? – There are still times in
the grocery store where, like, I’ll choose the cheap brand. And, like–
like the cheap toilet paper, or the cheap–[laughs]
You know? – You can’t help it?
– And it–it isn’t as good, but I’m like,
“This isn’t worth spending the extra money
on it.” So I make that decision.
– So I’ll save this money here. – Yeah, that’s when my wife
is like, “Why did you not “just get Bounty?
Like, it’s all ripping. “Like, are you kidding me
right now? This is awful.”
And I’m like, “Well, then you need to go to the grocery store
next time, ’cause I made the good decision.”
– Exactly. Exactly. Well, everyone, thank you
for joining us. This has been fantastic
with Elena on the show. Please give Elena a big hand. [applause] And thank you
to the production team. Thank you to Chase.
Thank you, everyone. Appreciate it.

SSC CHSL Exam: Salary, Job Role and Other Perks of an LDC/DEO – Bank Naukri

Hi! I am Sunayana! Welcome to Bank Naukri! Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts one of the famous exams of the country which is the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Examination SSC conducts CHSL exam for the recruitment of Data Entry Operator (DEO) Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant Court Clerk SSC CHSL registration process has been started by 8 October 2016. Now, before registering for this exam I am sure most of you would like to know what you would be doing once you get selected as the DEO /LDC or the Court Clerk? Both the Job Roles are very similar with just one distinction Generally, In offices they do very simple tasks daily work of their Job Roles include Maintenance of Documents Receiving and Sending Documents Typing Letters and Sending them through Post/Fax Making Salary of Office Staff Registers Leave of Office Staff The work profile of DEO includes above tasks in addition to one another task i.e, they are given the work of entering the data into the computers that is why it is named Data Entry Operator Now that you know what exactly you would be doing you must be wondering about your salary or pay The grade pay for Court Clerk and LDC would be 1900 whereas, DEO And Postal Assistant would be Rs. 2400 The salary table is as displayed on the screen and you can find more about it in the link from the description Apart from the competitive salary you get, there are also many other perks to this job like Ample allowances Sizable Pension Job Security and much more So, don’t miss out a chance on becoming the next LDC or DEO The registrations are still open. So, go ahead and register for the exam! And for more such videos don’t forget to subscribe to Bank Naukri

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She Left Behind A 6-Figure Salary To Help People With No Money | Inc.

– Being a female founder in
the financial services industry is actually everything to me. I feel like it’s been an
industry that’s needed change for a long time, and I love
that I get to be a new voice in a very old, antiquated industry. I am Shannon McLay, founder
and CEO of the Financial Gym, a physical place where you
can go to kick your assets into shape, and your bad
money habits to the curb. I grew up in a small town
on Long Island, in New York. It was a blue-collar neighborhood. I actually grew up in a HUD house. I didn’t know it was a
HUD house growing up, but my parents couldn’t afford a home. I loved growing up in that community. When I was 14 years
old, I got my first job. I wanted to make real money,
I wanted to work with adults, not children, so when I was 14
years old, I was with my mom and we walked into this bagel store, and they had a help
wanted sign in the window. I worked the weekends
and in the summer times, I worked 6:00 am to 2:00 pm, and I did that job until college. I have always been a type
A, overachiever, always. I loved getting good grades in school. I loved being the teacher’s pet. I enjoyed college like most college kids, although unlike most college
kids, I also worked a lot. I started working at
Best Buy as a cashier, and I did that for the
last two years of college, and I remember I was working on my resume ’cause I was at the process
of applying for jobs. I wanted an investment banking job, and when I was talking
to the career counselors, they were asking what else I did, and I said I work at Best
Buy, but I’m just a cashier, it’s no big deal. And they said, well how often
are you working at Best Buy? And I said, I don’t know,
between, depends on the week, between 35 and 40 hours a week. He said, wait, you work
35 to 40 hours a week, essentially a full-time
job, and you have a 3.6 GPA in the business school, you
need to put that on your resume. And I had interviews with
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, all the
big investment banks. Every single person asked me
about that Best Buy experience. I had six job offers before
Thanksgiving of my senior year, and I took an offer with Bank of America to work on the trading
floor, after college. I was 22 years old when I started working on the trading floor at Bank of America, and I loved it. I found it very exciting, I
found it very challenging, there were 265 people
on the trading floor, and only 15 of us were women. I liked to joke that my favorite
women’s bathroom location is on a trading floor, never a line, it is like a ghost town in there. So, I cried a few times in that bathroom. When I first started working
on the trading floor, one of the other, the seniors managers, told my boss, thanks for
decorating the trading floor, meaning that I was something
to look at while I was there. There was a happy hour
where I was called a bitch because I was doing better
than my male counterpart. So, there are plenty of stories,
and I pushed through them because there are also really
so many exciting things that happened in my career. I was given a number of opportunities. I worked on trading floors for the next 10 years of my career. So, at 33, I became a financial advisor, and to work with me at Merrill Lynch, you had to have $250,000 in assets. I ended up, in that period of time, becoming the worst financial advisor ever, because I was building this
business of pro bono clients, that I loved. I loved the people with no money, and I was working and less enthralled with my high net worth clients. And I was doing that on the side, and I literally was doing
that for a period of time until I came to an a-ha week of my life. I had a meeting with a
woman, a pro bono client, and I did a financial plan
for her, these secret plans, and at the end of the
meeting, she stopped, she looked me in the eye, and she said, you know you’re saving my life, right? And it was, the a-ha happened. It was this, everything
came to me at once. I said I need to build a
business for people like this. So, for the next two years of my life, I left Merrill Lynch
to start building this, and those were some really dark years. I left this six-figure career
to help people with no money. The 401k was wiped out,
no personal savings, I literally had nothing, it was a very low moment in my life. When we first raised money
for the Financial Gym, we had 126 clients and our
revenue was about $72,000, and as of last month, we
have over 2,000 clients and our revenue is $1.8 million. People ask me all the time,
what is the Financial Gym, what does it look like,
what are you doing there, are you on treadmills, barbells, is it pure bar, what is it? And I always tell people,
our workout equipment is wine and kleenex. We go through a lot of it here. We want our clients to feel comfortable. We know that they’re sharing their financial dirty
laundry with us all the time, and it’s highly emotional. Seventy percent of Americans are living paycheck to
paycheck, so they are not alone, and that’s what we see, and
we want to create this space where people can come, bring
their dogs, bring their kids, bring their friends,
however they wanna come, and just work on their
financial challenges.

How to Survive the Bear Market? Veteran Trader Explains

I am a Bitcoin guy, I believe in the Bitcoin
narrative. I think 98 to 99 percent of the coins out
there today are going to eventually be worthless. There is a chance that we are going to bottom
in the low 3s and that’s why I want to have an ownership position here. This is a marathon. Trading is a marathon, it’s not a sprint. Peter Brandt is a veteran trader and technical
analyst with over 40-year experience in trading commodities. He is the author of several books on trading
including the best selling “Diary of a Professional Commodity Trader”. We reached out to Peter and asked him how
traders should behave in this seemingly never-ending crypto bear market. Oftentimes in trading, keeping your money
intact is the best thing you can do. And we’ve seen a tremendous amount of wealth
deteriorate in this bear market, in the coins and crypto markets and those who went on the
sidelines back in December-January, February and decided they’re going to sit on their
cash are far better off than the person that’s become an active trader and trying to be defensive
and jump from coin to coin. I don’t advise that. So capital preservation sometimes is really
the goal of a trader. It’s almost as if fiat is a dirty word, it’s
a disease within the crypto community. Sometimes fiat is the best place you can be
and we’ve seen that now in the last eleven months. Those holding fiat have been far better off
than those stubbornly deciding that Bitcoins are going to go to one hundred thousand dollars
so therefore I’ll sit or anything the market gives me. I’m a trader. I think it’s ludicrous to sit through 90 percent
declines in the market, especially when you have a market that’s so clearly advertised
its tops starting in December with Bitcoin. I think those who have become active in trading
will miss the big moonshot when it comes, because they’re gonna be so accustomed to
having to be in and out, looking at short-term indicators, to be an indicator driven trader,
to be looking at 1 hour chart, 6 hour charts, 3 hour charts that if and when Bitcoin really
then reemerges and goes back into a parabolic move, they’re going to be on the sidelines. I’m starting to become interested in being
a long-term buyer and holder of Bitcoin, but of Bitcoin. I have no time in my life for the other macro
caps and the old coins. I am a Bitcoin guy, I believe in the Bitcoin
narrative. I think 98 to 99 percent of the coins out
there today are going to eventually be worthless. And it seems like all the experts know that
their pet coin is not going to be one of them. Well, good luck with that one. I’m a technician, I look at charts. The interesting thing is the social media
world, it is filled with people who say ‘technical analysis doesn’t work in the crypto markets’. Au contraire. There are the absolute best-charting markets
that we have today. They are wonderfully compliant with classical
charting principles. And so I’m going to look at charts to give
me that indication. I’ve been calling for twenty nine hundred
Bitcoin for a very long period of time. And do we have a chance to bottom before that? Quite frankly I think that one of two scenarios
is likely, we won’t get to twenty nine hundred because it’s become a popular number. Three thousand has become a talked about number
and oftentimes when you have a market that everybody is saying ‘I can’t wait to buy
that three thousand’ you don’t get there. But I think if we can break down hard through
twenty nine hundred, I think Bitcoin can go back to twelve hundred. It’s been a classic decline, the decline has
been almost a perfect fractal so far to that decline that we saw. I’m looking at a chart here from 2014 into
early 2015, the big drop that we had back then from just under 12 hundred all the way
back toward the two hundred level. If you analyze that and you take that decline
apart, the Bitcoin market is almost an identical fractal to that bear market. And based on that fractal work we should be
in the final leg down the capitulation. The only concern I have is when I look on
social media. People have not become discouraged. People are just still committed to the long
side. And my experience is Bitcoin really is very
similar to any other market that I’ve dealt with that have had major bear trends. What happens is, as long as you have hope
and encouragement, you can’t bottom. Either we don’t get as low as people are willing
to buy it, either we stay above three thousand and have some sort of bottoming pattern here
and really put together the final part of the fractal or we will blow through these
buy orders and eventually blow these people out and really make the market discouraged
and basically give up on it. It’s impossible to catch the top price. Impossible to catch the bottom price. If I can have my average price somewhere within
15 percent of what becomes the bottom – I’m happy. I have no compulsion to catch the bottom but
I think that I’ve started buying and based on my plan I’ll continue to buy as low as
it goes. But what I’m really looking for are just some
real simple technical indicators. Your 14-week moving average, 15-week moving
average. It’s impossible for a market to have a major
advance without being confirmed by a simple moving average. Now, it could be an exponential moving average,
it could be all kinds of fancy types of moving averages. But I think simple moving average system is
going to be a very smart way to trade Bitcoin going forward because it is absolutely impossible
for Bitcoin to incur and experience a major advance in price without confirmation from
simple moving averages. I think to the bottom we could be within six
months, maybe even I would say within six months of the bottom there is a chance that
we are going to bottom in the low 3s and that’s why I want to have an ownership position here. It won’t bother me if it goes lower, I’ll
only increase my ownership position and so I have set aside my money in three blocks. I have three nest eggs of money that I’m using
to commit to the Bitcoin market. The third block of money is buying Bitcoin
on a scale down. I own it some already. Like I said, 8 percent of the total capital. I’ll buy more Bitcoin close to three thousand,
I’ll buy more Bitcoin at twenty-four hundred, I’ll buy more Bitcoin at twelve hundred if
it gets there. So that’s a third of the money. A third of the money I’m going to be moving
in and out of Bitcoin based on a simple moving average crossover system. So basic simple tactical approach to market
and a third of the money I’m going to employ based on what I would define as classical
charting principles, it’s the basic principles of reading a chart. The charts have been very reliable in seeing
that we are in a big bear market. And they were screaming short at the top. They were screaming short here a month or
so ago when the big decline started. But it’s too late to be a new trader and start
playing around with the short side. I don’t advise it. With 85% decline I’m advising people to make
a game plan, commit a sum of money that you can lose and start being willing to commit
to. Don’t be trading the altcoins, trade the
real deal, the legacy coin is Bitcoin. Don’t become conned into all of these other
little nonsense coins. This is a marathon. Trading is a marathon, it’s not a sprint. And so you don’t keep placing your bet jumping
from horse to horse based on who’s leading the race in any given furlough.

CAREERS IN BANKING – IBPS,PO,Clerk,Bank Managers,Strategic Planning,Salary Package

Hello All..This is Devyani from Welcome to our video channel on jobs and careers Today I will be talking about the career opportunities in Banking The people who like juggling numbers and to
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should start preparing for Common Aptitude Test (CAT), in order to get admission. Start
preparation along with graduation program in order to gain confidence in clearing CAT
in first attempt. For a successful career in banking, the student
should possess good communication skills, talent for banking, sales, and marketing as
well as knowledge about money matters. Those who are enthusiast and like trading in shares
and stocks , mutual funds, hedge funds and have good knowledge in personal loans and
insurance policies, they can find ample job opportunities.
A course specialising in banking and finance focuses on education students on management
of Financial Services, Micro Economics, Effective Banking Communication, Quantitative Techniques
in Banking, Organizational behaviour in Banking organizations, Taxation of Financial Services,
Laws relating to Banking & Insurance, Cost Accounting of B&I Services, Equity Debt, Corporate
Laws governing Capital Markets, International Business Management in Banking Organizations,
HRM in Banking Organizations and Strategic Planning in Banking organizations.
Pay scale for fresh graduates can be anywhere from Rs 8,000 to Rs 20,000 starting as a trainee
or entry level position in banks. Those who graduate from premier institutes can expect
better position and pay package starting from Rs 8 lakhs per annum. For a detailed list
of jobs and opportunities in career in Bank, browse the website which
provides all the details, you would need to succeed in the banking process we will be back with more such videos so stay connected with us do not forget to hit the subscribe button below

CAREERS IN MBA FINANCE – BBM,CAT,Business Schools,Top Recruiters,Salary Package

Hi all..This is Pooja from Welcome to our video channel in jobs and careers Today I will be talking about the career opportunities in MBA Finance Finance is one of the most rewarding specializations
of M.B.A. It offers students with bright career avenues both in term of knowledge and money.
This career option is open up to not only students with commerce background, but even
to those who belong to different fields. An MBA-Finance is designed to impart specialization
to students in corporate finance, investments, insurance, analytical thinking, balancing
between profitability and risk, coordination process, the concept of managerial decision,
and costing. As Finance Managers, professionals are required
to control, manage and review inflow and outflow of capital for a plant, industrial building
and working of an organization. MBA-Finance is a two-year program. For candidates who
wish to pursue this course, it is essential to possess a graduate degree from a reputed
institution. Applicants are required to pass an entrance exam and score well in CMAT/GMAT/CAT,
and more such exams, if they want a position in top-notch MBA colleges. Otherwise, there
are B-schools and private colleges also, where no entrance test is conducted for the admission.
There are well-known institutes also such as Sikkim Manipal University, Symbiosis Centre
for Distance Education, and Indira Gandhi National Open University that offer distance
learning course modules in this field. Individuals with an MBA-Finance degree are
considered professionals and can look for employment options in banking as well as non-banking
sectors. They can even work in the corporate sector as every industry need financial experts
to maintain their company capital flow and balance sheet. They can get employed in roles
such as Asset management, corporate banking, Credit Risk Management, Hedge Fund management,
private equity, treasury, financial research analyst, portfolio manager, investment analyst,
cash managers, accounting managers, investment bankers, corporate finance, and derivatives
structuring. Almost all colleges offering MBA program provide
specialized training in the subject of finance. Some best colleges that are known all across
the globe are IIM; XLRI, Jamshedpur; SP Jain, Mumbai; FMS, Delhi; ISB, Hyderabad; Narsee
Monjeee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai; Symbiosis Institute of Business Management,
Pune, and more. To get placed in such colleges, it is essential for applicants to secure a
high score in specialized entrance exams that are conducted every year. Once the education is completed, professionals are either placed by the college or are required
to find a job on their own. Some renowned companies that hire students with an MBA degree
are as follows: • Goldman Snacks
• Morgan Stanley • Banks
• Financial Institutions • Barclays
• Deutsche Banks • McKinsey
• Bain and Company and more. The remuneration offered to students with
an MBA-Finance degree is quite high. It may exceed to significant limits if a student
has excelled in his performance and gained the degree from a highly reputed college.
For those, who achieve this degree from a B-school, or private college are appointed
for little less stipend amount. It is essential for students to start preparing
for the entrance exams from their graduation only. To know how to prepare for such competitive
exams, and further qualifications that can be attained after MBA-Finance, individuals
can look up to a reliable online portal for career questions, we will be back with more such videos so stay connected with us do not forget to hit the subscribe button below

SBI PO Salary, Allowances & Other Perks – Bank Naukri

There are several perks and advantages associated
with working with the biggest bank of India – SBI. You get the Security & Pension of a Government
job, you get a considerable number of in-cash privilege leaves, you wouldn’t have to worry
about No door to door selling, climbing up the climb up the career ladder is much easier,
etc. But this is just the start to the various
perks that are involved as far as a career as an SBI PO is concerned. Let’s find out what’s more in store. SBI PO Salary Structure
One of the most attractive features that SBI offers to its Probationary Officers is the
highest entry-level compensation package in the banking industry. The total compensation per annum would be
a minimum of ₹7.55 lakhs and maximum of ₹12.93 lakhs depending on place of posting
and other factors. This means that an entry level SBI Probationary
Officer in a city like Mumbai could earn over ₹1 lakh a month. SBI PO Salary Allowances
SBI Probationary Officers are eligible for reimbursement of various allowances, Dearness
Allowance, Provident Fund, Gratuity, Pension under the New Pension Scheme (Defined Contribution
Benefit Scheme), Leave fare and other facilities, as per the instructions of the Bank issued
from time to time. Housing Allowance (HRA) This compensation
includes leased rental accommodation where the employees get housing rent as a part of
their package. If due to some reasons, SBI isn’t able to
provide accommodation to its PO, it compensates by providing a housing allowance. The nature of this allowance becomes more
prominent as the employee moves up the career ladder. Medical Benefits: SBI takes care of the health
and well-being of its employees and their families by taking care of the medical expenses
of its employees. Medical benefits, which are 100% for the employee
and 75% for dependent family members form a key component of the overall package. Leave Policy
SBI Probationary Officers are provided with attractive leave policies, which includes
33 days of privilege leave and 12 days of casual leave annually along with sick leave
and maternity leave. Travel Allowance: The employees get leave
travel concession to visit places within India. Holiday homes and Bank’s guest houses are
available for the employees at cities and tourist destinations. Miscellaneous Benefits:
There are other lifestyle related benefits that an SBI PO enjoys. The Bank offers its employees perks like Newspaper
allowance, petrol allowance, entertainment allowance, house maintenance allowance, books
and magazine allowance, briefcase allowance, reimbursement of telephone bills, etc. Employees are also provided Housing Loan,
Car Loan & Personal Loans at a concessionary rate of interest. Also, the bank recognises and promotes merit
by providing scholarships to the meritorious children of all employees. So all in all, getting an offer to serve as
a SBI Probationary Officer is a definite step towards leading a comfortable and well- rounded
life with great emphasis on a healthy work-life balance.