OUR INNOVATIVE LEARNING SOLUTIONS
Accelerate business growth
1. BANKING SIMULATIONS
Add a new line of business
Since 1999 we have been designing banking simulations specifically for developing awareness among professionals and students within the banking, consulting and finance sector.
2. BANKING GAMES
Our business games are designed to assist professionals with the advancement of their careers via continuing education. By offering a flexible learning platform, professionals and students can learn in their own time and pace.
3. CUSTOM SOLUTIONS
Build your own
With over 200 variable parameters in each banking simulations, we can provide customized simulations that contain a bank’s latest financial position, the local regulatory environment as well as local macroeconomic and market conditions.
WHERE OUR PRODUCTS HAVE BEEN USED
Banks, financial institutions, training organisations, consulting firms, universities and business schools make use of our products.
How our products are used
Our products are flexible and engaging
BRINGING FINANCIAL EXPERTISE & TECHNOLOGY TOGETHER
With over 17 years of experience in the design and development of banking simulations, SimArch brings financial expertise and technology together in order to offer the industry innovative learning solutions that are effective and have lasting impact.
What our clients have to say
Royal Bank of ScotlandAsset & Liability Management
The simulation is an excellent tool for exploring risks associated with ALM and the training offers a good balance between course work and simulation. London, United Kingdom
KBC BankFundamentals of Bank Management
Great course! We were provided with great insight using real life examples. It gives a really good overview and insight into bank strategy, to know how different areas are interconnected.Very good to practice with the simulation. A very good course to broaden your view. KBC Brussels, Belgium
ABSA BankBalance Sheet Management Training Programme
Highly interactive course! I gained a greater understanding of liquidity ratio’s and its impact on the balance sheet as well as the key management variables in banking. Johannesburg, South Africa