Trading institute offers education in money

Playing the markets as a way of bolstering your income requires education and patience, according to a former head of treasury at Barclays Bank and the managing director of the recently-established Irish Institute of Financial Trading.

6th November, 2010

Playing the markets as a way of bolstering your income requires education and patience, according to a former head of treasury at Barclays Bank and the managing director of the recently-established Irish Institute of Financial Trading.

Peter Brown, a former chief dealer at Barclays Bank, founded the institute earlier this year with his business partner, John Curran.

The company runs courses on financial markets and trading, ranging from an introductory course to an advanced diploma....

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