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Global Investor Simulations

Please contact us if you have any questions about the Global Investor Simulations or the Stock Market Challenge events and competitions.

Global Investor Simulations Ltd.
The School House
Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel
Vineyards
Bath BA1 5NA
United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (0)1225 484 721
Fax: +44 (0)1225 580 556
mail@globalinvestorsims.com
Skype: liambarnes63 or martin0365

Case Study.

Hedingham School & Sixth Form, Essex

Y9 students spent five lessons simulating five separate trading days in the world of the stock...

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Lesley Hyder, Business School Academic Leader
Southampton Solent University

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Mark Quayle, Head of Business
The Manchester College

Who's using it in your area?

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"The Investment Challenge competition final at the Cardiff School of Managament gave my students an invaluable insight into a university environment and it showed them how a university differs from a school."

Sarah Rea, Business Studies Teacher, Brynmawr Foundation School

“The Finance Lab event has really enhanced my interest in both investment banking and a potential career within Citi Group. This is a great way to meet company representatives.”

Victoria Emery, Accounting & Finance MSc, Northern Ireland

"I just wanted to say a massive thank you! The Stock Market Challenge was an absolutely huge success. It has been the talk of the school. All the staff involved were incredibly impressed with the session. More importantly, the kids were totally engaged, even those who may not be when in lessons! The day was a great success." 

Simon Shaw, Teacher, Malmesbury School

“Trading Floor doesn't just teach young people about the world of finance – it’s much, much wider than that.  It encourages teamwork, communication and decision-making ability – skills which will be vitally important to them when they enter the world of work."

James Fox, Deputy Head, Writhlington School

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