Portfolio Management for Retail Clients Overview
Being a portfolio manager is not only reserved for the institutional advisor. There is an equally challenging and in-demand role on the retail side, where portfolio managers invest the funds of individuals and families. Learn the fundamentals of this career path and apply some of the key technical skills you will need to master through our portfolio simulations.
Portfolio Management for Retail Clients Learning Objectives
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Distinguish the difference between institutional versus retail portfolio management
- Understand the four key terms used to describe portfolio managers’ approaches to investing
- Draft an investment policy statement (IPS) given an example client profile
- Explain four methods that portfolio managers commonly use to manage client portfolios
Who Should Take This FPWM® Course?
This course is for anyone interested in pursuing the portfolio manager designation in the wealth management field, as well as anyone who wants a deeper understanding of how to invest and maintain their investment portfolio.