I have been associated with finance and actuarial professions for over 15 years and self-studied for these qualifications while working full time.
Whilst working in financial services I provided training on various topics, conducted mentoring sessions and explained complex financial concepts to multiple stakeholders.
I started tutoring since last year and have taught various subjects (e.g. Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Corporate Finance, Financial Analysis, Financial Mathematics, Financial Economics, Risk Management, Excel techniques etc.) to Accountancy, Finance, Actuarial and MBA students.
I look forward to be your tutor!
Amir's last completed Institute of Actuaries job with George: Over 2 hrs/week - Im currently writing my dissertation about Ruin Theory and I am struggling with one of the chapters that I need to write
I have been teaching accounting and finance courses for last twenty five years. The subjects which I teach are :
(a) Corporate Finance, (b) Financial Accounting, (c) Managerial Accounting, (d) Investment Management,
(e) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, (f) International Finance, (g) Project Finance, and (h) Derivatives.
I teach in student friendly language and help my students learn calculative finance in step by step manner. This helps them in scoring good grades in their exams and assignments.
Basis my academic and teaching credentials Tata McGraw Hill Education, India has appointed me as subject matter matter expert for Accounting and Finance courses of MBA program.
Dhanesh's last completed Institute of Actuaries job with Rav: Over 2 hrs/week - I am looking for help in my business finance module cb1. In particular, I am looking for specific help on how to answer exam style question.
I have been teaching Economics, Statistics and Econometrics since I was in college. After leaving college, I became a full-time professional tutor. I have worked with students who were complete beginners, as well as those who were facing challenges in mastering advanced topics.
I completely understand the initial struggle in decoding the concepts and formulas. I am adept in breaking down these concepts so that students can understand them. I use simple examples so that students can make sense of these topics. I don't encourage memorization and simply recalling the formulas, instead, I focus on the 'why' and 'how'.
I understand that every student has a different way of understanding things. Some students understand the concepts when explained through analogies, others when shown mathematical foundation behind them. I modify my teaching methodology depending on what the student is comfortable with.
Shubh's last completed Institute of Actuaries job with Aderinola: Intensive - I am rusty in Mathematics and Statistics and would love to sit the Actuarial professional exams. I graduated 21 years ago and would love to get back on the job market after passing the first set of exams. I would love to cover that neutral concepts in the mathematics, probability and statistics and then proceed to the First Principles subjects.
Shubh's last review in Institute of Actuaries from Aderinola: Great!
I worked as a Senior Actuarial Analyst in World's best Pension Valuation company, Mercer.
I am also the founder of S-CUBE Tutorials which is the leading Actuarial education provider in Kolkata and have a teaching experience of more than 7 years in teaching Actuarial Subjects, and taught more than 2000+ students. My students have a success rate of 90%+.
I teach SOA Exam FM, SOA Exam MLC, IFoA Exam CT1, CT5 & CT8, and CM1. I offer useful tricks and tips to help my students study more efficiently. Over time I have developed a number of simplifying techniques to help students understand and retain key concepts. Given that Financial Mathematics concepts help problem solving and application in later modules as well, such guidance is essential. I offer personal attention to all my students and ensure that students receive the support they need and have all their doubts cleared in time.
Online tutor – The Profs (10 hours)
I am a newly appointed online tutor at the Profs and now have 4 regular clients I tutor each week. These include:
- An actuarial science student in their final year at Cass business school (Dissertation on Cyber Risk)
- A final year geography student at Bristol university (Statistics and RStudio)
- An executive MBA student (dissertation on applications of AI in investment management).
- An actuarial professional student taking subject CP1
Queen Mary University of London (Senior Lecturer)
I have written and delivered three modules at QMUL at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Through the Student feedback process, I have achieved extremely high module scores from my students averaging 4.6/5 across four Semesters of teaching.
My favourite comments from students when asked what the best thing about the module was were:
“The way that David teaches is really engaging he has a clear passion for his subject-matter and it shines through”
“This lecturer really knows his stuff – he peppers all of our classes with real-world examples of where this can help us find jobs after graduation”
“I have yet to come across a lecturer as personable as David (Dave!!!!). He treats students as equals and is endlessly patient with our questions. He’s AWESOME!!!”
“This module is exceptionally well organised. Our tailored notes are available online within 24 hours of our lecture and the use of an electronic forum for office hours is superb (as is David’s response time!!)
As well as setting Analytics, Computing and Statistics papers at QMUL I was also asked to set the Statistical / Survival modelling exam paper in April 2019 for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries taken online in RStudio by over 1000 professional students globally.
David's last completed Institute of Actuaries job with Aderinola: Intensive - I am rusty in Mathematics and Statistics and would love to sit the Actuarial professional exams. I graduated 21 years ago and would love to get back on the job market after passing the first set of exams. I would love to cover that neutral concepts in the mathematics, probability and statistics and then proceed to the First Principles subjects.