• Relevant

    As markets are fluid and regimes constantly change, we too adapt and iterate fast, offering courses that help you stay relevant.

  • Experts

    Our trainers are world-class. Not academics but battle-proven market specialists. Each with decades of real-world experience.

  • Next-Gen

    Singapore is already a leading financial centre. Our focus is to develop the next-gen of bankers to steer Singapore to even greater heights.

Public Classroom Training

Bridging learning and skill gaps

We are committed to delivering real-world banking and financial training to professionals working in banks, corporates, government agencies and other financial institutions. Our courses range from foundational programmes for new entrants to the most complex and current topics in the industry.

To empower our clients in making better decisions and bringing real value to both their customers and organisations, we offer a broad range of classroom trainings in addition to our e-learning courses available here.

Custom In-House Training

Tailored to your needs

In addition to our public classroom courses, we also offer on-site corporate classroom training that is tailored to your institution's particular needs. For more information about our in-house training, please contact us at email@salmonthrust.com .

What our customers have to say...

This course is extremely useful and insightful. What I learned goes beyond my daily interaction with the resource/product specialists within the bank. Thank you for teaching me.
— Credit Suisse AG
The trainer is energetic, has in-depth knowledge and vast experience. He began in layman's terms, then progressed to more abstract concepts using many stories and illustrations to make things easy to understand. He's an excellent trainer! Bravo!
Great lecturer! Timely topic. The topics and case studies are easy to implement and practical. Would love to listen to his other training!
— Morgan Stanley
Presenter has vast knowledge on the topics and delivery was excellent with examples. Course was not that boring with varying tonality.
— OCBC Bank