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Yield Curve Building Blocks

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Yield Curve Building Blocks

120 minutes ♦ Core

This unit examines the factors required to build accurate yield curves to help traders, investment advisors and salespeople to price up, sell and revalue various interest rate derivatives. It will discuss not only the reasons for different yield curves but also will show that although very different in structure and use, they are all based on the same foundation. Accurate

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Yield Curve Building Blocks

120 minutes ♦ Core

This unit examines the factors required to build accurate yield curves to help traders, investment advisors and salespeople to price up, sell and revalue various interest rate derivatives. It will discuss not only the reasons for different yield curves but also will show that although very different in structure and use, they are all based on the same foundation. Accurate

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Yield Curve Building Blocks

120 minutes ♦ Core

This unit examines the factors required to build accurate yield curves to help traders, investment advisors and salespeople to price up, sell and revalue various interest rate derivatives. It will discuss not only the reasons for different yield curves but also will show that although very different in structure and use, they are all based on the same foundation. Accurate

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Options on Futures

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Options on Futures

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Options are offered for a number of different futures products, including interest rates, currencies, commodities and equity indexes. Options on futures give buyers the right to buy or sell an underlying futures contract for a negotiated fee (premium), at a predetermined price (strike) and before a pre-determined date (expiry). That the futures market does not provide an options contract for

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Options are offered for a number of different futures products, including interest rates, currencies, commodities and equity indexes. Options on futures give buyers the...

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Options on Futures

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Options are offered for a number of different futures products, including interest rates, currencies, commodities and equity indexes. Options on futures give buyers the right to buy or sell an underlying futures contract for a negotiated fee (premium), at a predetermined price (strike) and before a pre-determined date (expiry). That the futures market does not provide an options contract for

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Options on Futures

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Options are offered for a number of different futures products, including interest rates, currencies, commodities and equity indexes. Options on futures give buyers the right to buy or sell an underlying futures contract for a negotiated fee (premium), at a predetermined price (strike) and before a pre-determined date (expiry). That the futures market does not provide an options contract for

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Market Risk Management and Capital Markets

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Market Risk Management and Capital Markets

120 minutes ♦ Advanced

Market risk management refers to the capital markets tools and techniques used to hedge the risk of adverse market movements. These include futures, forwards, and options in the fixed-income and foreign exchange markets; the theory of hedging; and value at risk. Options valuation; "the Greeks"; and definitions and formulas relating to parametric techniques, Monte Carlo simulations, and historical value-at-risk shortcuts

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Market risk management refers to the capital markets tools and techniques used to hedge the risk of adverse market movements. These include futures, forwards,...

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Market Risk Management and Capital Markets

120 minutes ♦ Advanced

Market risk management refers to the capital markets tools and techniques used to hedge the risk of adverse market movements. These include futures, forwards, and options in the fixed-income and foreign exchange markets; the theory of hedging; and value at risk. Options valuation; "the Greeks"; and definitions and formulas relating to parametric techniques, Monte Carlo simulations, and historical value-at-risk shortcuts

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Market Risk Management and Capital Markets

120 minutes ♦ Advanced

Market risk management refers to the capital markets tools and techniques used to hedge the risk of adverse market movements. These include futures, forwards, and options in the fixed-income and foreign exchange markets; the theory of hedging; and value at risk. Options valuation; "the Greeks"; and definitions and formulas relating to parametric techniques, Monte Carlo simulations, and historical value-at-risk shortcuts

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Investing in Options

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Investing in Options

120 minutes ♦ Core

The importance of options goes well beyond profit-motivated trading. Options are versatile investment tools offering speculative opportunities and hedging strategies for a variety of investment situations. Options can be written on a range of financial instruments, including stocks, currencies, bonds, market and industry indices, interest rates, and agricultural products. Call options give the owner the right but not the obligation

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The importance of options goes well beyond profit-motivated trading. Options are versatile investment tools offering speculative opportunities and hedging strategies for a variety of...

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Investing in Options

120 minutes ♦ Core

The importance of options goes well beyond profit-motivated trading. Options are versatile investment tools offering speculative opportunities and hedging strategies for a variety of investment situations. Options can be written on a range of financial instruments, including stocks, currencies, bonds, market and industry indices, interest rates, and agricultural products. Call options give the owner the right but not the obligation

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Investing in Options

120 minutes ♦ Core

The importance of options goes well beyond profit-motivated trading. Options are versatile investment tools offering speculative opportunities and hedging strategies for a variety of investment situations. Options can be written on a range of financial instruments, including stocks, currencies, bonds, market and industry indices, interest rates, and agricultural products. Call options give the owner the right but not the obligation

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Futures Contracts

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Futures Contracts

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

A futures contract is an important agreement to buy or sell a financial instrument at a date in the future. The purchaser of a futures contract agrees to receive delivery of the good and pay for it. The seller of a futures contract promises to deliver the good and receive payment. All of the terms under which the underlying instrument

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A futures contract is an important agreement to buy or sell a financial instrument at a date in the future. The purchaser of a...

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Futures Contracts

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

A futures contract is an important agreement to buy or sell a financial instrument at a date in the future. The purchaser of a futures contract agrees to receive delivery of the good and pay for it. The seller of a futures contract promises to deliver the good and receive payment. All of the terms under which the underlying instrument

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Futures Contracts

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

A futures contract is an important agreement to buy or sell a financial instrument at a date in the future. The purchaser of a futures contract agrees to receive delivery of the good and pay for it. The seller of a futures contract promises to deliver the good and receive payment. All of the terms under which the underlying instrument

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Futures and Options Markets

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Futures and Options Markets

120 minutes ♦ Core

The futures and options markets serve three groups: those who wish to discover information about future prices, those who wish to speculate, and those who wish to hedge. Speculators assume and accept risk in the futures market, trying to profit from price changes. Hedgers use the futures market to reduce their exposure to risk. Transacting in futures and options transactions

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The futures and options markets serve three groups: those who wish to discover information about future prices, those who wish to speculate, and those...

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Futures and Options Markets

120 minutes ♦ Core

The futures and options markets serve three groups: those who wish to discover information about future prices, those who wish to speculate, and those who wish to hedge. Speculators assume and accept risk in the futures market, trying to profit from price changes. Hedgers use the futures market to reduce their exposure to risk. Transacting in futures and options transactions

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Futures and Options Markets

120 minutes ♦ Core

The futures and options markets serve three groups: those who wish to discover information about future prices, those who wish to speculate, and those who wish to hedge. Speculators assume and accept risk in the futures market, trying to profit from price changes. Hedgers use the futures market to reduce their exposure to risk. Transacting in futures and options transactions

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Bonds with Options

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Bonds with Options

To make their bonds more attractive, issuers may attach equity options to a bond issue. Other bond structures apply call and put options on the early retirement of debt securities. Bonds with options appeal to a wide investor base because they can be customized to an investor's point of view. Debt and equity securities can be fine-tuned to meet special

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To make their bonds more attractive, issuers may attach equity options to a bond issue. Other bond structures apply call and put options on...

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Bonds with Options

To make their bonds more attractive, issuers may attach equity options to a bond issue. Other bond structures apply call and put options on the early retirement of debt securities. Bonds with options appeal to a wide investor base because they can be customized to an investor's point of view. Debt and equity securities can be fine-tuned to meet special

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Bonds with Options

To make their bonds more attractive, issuers may attach equity options to a bond issue. Other bond structures apply call and put options on the early retirement of debt securities. Bonds with options appeal to a wide investor base because they can be customized to an investor's point of view. Debt and equity securities can be fine-tuned to meet special

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Capital Market Immersion

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Capital Market Immersion

1470 minutes ♦ Core

The Capital Market Immersion program provides a solid and deep introduction of the capital markets, and is designed to provide professionals with a solid understanding of the functions and roles played by modern financial institutions and their key lines of business, as well as foundational knowledge of the industry’s basic products and service functions. The program's framework consists of lectures covering

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The Capital Market Immersion program provides a solid and deep introduction of the capital markets, and is designed to provide professionals with a solid...

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Capital Market Immersion

1470 minutes ♦ Core

The Capital Market Immersion program provides a solid and deep introduction of the capital markets, and is designed to provide professionals with a solid understanding of the functions and roles played by modern financial institutions and their key lines of business, as well as foundational knowledge of the industry’s basic products and service functions. The program's framework consists of lectures covering

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Capital Market Immersion

1470 minutes ♦ Core

The Capital Market Immersion program provides a solid and deep introduction of the capital markets, and is designed to provide professionals with a solid understanding of the functions and roles played by modern financial institutions and their key lines of business, as well as foundational knowledge of the industry’s basic products and service functions. The program's framework consists of lectures covering

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Fundamental Financial Math

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Fundamental Financial Math

2.5 hours ♦ Core

This curriculum will introduce you to a wide variety of calculations and related concepts that are used by financial market participants in a wide variety of applications - calculating prices, rates of return, and yields for example. These concepts and more will be discussed over the course of the curriculum.

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This curriculum will introduce you to a wide variety of calculations and related concepts that are used by financial market participants in a wide...

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Fundamental Financial Math

2.5 hours ♦ Core

This curriculum will introduce you to a wide variety of calculations and related concepts that are used by financial market participants in a wide variety of applications - calculating prices, rates of return, and yields for example. These concepts and more will be discussed over the course of the curriculum.

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Fundamental Financial Math

2.5 hours ♦ Core

This curriculum will introduce you to a wide variety of calculations and related concepts that are used by financial market participants in a wide variety of applications - calculating prices, rates of return, and yields for example. These concepts and more will be discussed over the course of the curriculum.

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Interest Rate and Foreign Exchange Derivative Products

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Interest Rate and Foreign Exchange Derivative Products

16 hours ♦ All Levels

TARGET AUDIENCERelationship managers, product specialists and managers responsible for working primarily with middle market clients (USD 100 mn – USD 2 bn in sales) to assess financing strategies and to advise on business structure and capital-raising alternatives. Participants have a minimum of 3 – 5 years of experience in corporate and/or investment banking, ideally with client interaction and exposure.OBJECTIVES

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TARGET AUDIENCE Relationship managers, product specialists and managers responsible for working primarily with middle market clients (USD 100 mn – USD 2 bn in...

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Interest Rate and Foreign Exchange Derivative Products

16 hours ♦ All Levels

TARGET AUDIENCERelationship managers, product specialists and managers responsible for working primarily with middle market clients (USD 100 mn – USD 2 bn in sales) to assess financing strategies and to advise on business structure and capital-raising alternatives. Participants have a minimum of 3 – 5 years of experience in corporate and/or investment banking, ideally with client interaction and exposure.OBJECTIVES

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Interest Rate and Foreign Exchange Derivative Products

16 hours ♦ All Levels

TARGET AUDIENCERelationship managers, product specialists and managers responsible for working primarily with middle market clients (USD 100 mn – USD 2 bn in sales) to assess financing strategies and to advise on business structure and capital-raising alternatives. Participants have a minimum of 3 – 5 years of experience in corporate and/or investment banking, ideally with client interaction and exposure.OBJECTIVES

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Yield Curve Building Blocks

120 minutes ♦ Core

This unit examines the factors required to build accurate yield curves to help traders, investment advisors and salespeople to price up, sell and revalue various interest rate derivatives. It will discuss not only the reasons for different yield curves but also will show that although very different in structure and use, they are all based on the same foundation. Accurate

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120 minutes
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Options on Futures

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Options are offered for a number of different futures products, including interest rates, currencies, commodities and equity indexes. Options on futures give buyers the right to buy or sell an underlying futures contract for a negotiated fee (premium), at a predetermined price (strike) and before a pre-determined date (expiry). That the futures market does not provide an options contract for

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Market Risk Management and Capital Markets

120 minutes ♦ Advanced

Market risk management refers to the capital markets tools and techniques used to hedge the risk of adverse market movements. These include futures, forwards, and options in the fixed-income and foreign exchange markets; the theory of hedging; and value at risk. Options valuation; "the Greeks"; and definitions and formulas relating to parametric techniques, Monte Carlo simulations, and historical value-at-risk shortcuts

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Core
120 minutes
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Investing in Options

120 minutes ♦ Core

The importance of options goes well beyond profit-motivated trading. Options are versatile investment tools offering speculative opportunities and hedging strategies for a variety of investment situations. Options can be written on a range of financial instruments, including stocks, currencies, bonds, market and industry indices, interest rates, and agricultural products. Call options give the owner the right but not the obligation

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Intermediate
120 minutes
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Futures Contracts

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

A futures contract is an important agreement to buy or sell a financial instrument at a date in the future. The purchaser of a futures contract agrees to receive delivery of the good and pay for it. The seller of a futures contract promises to deliver the good and receive payment. All of the terms under which the underlying instrument

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Futures and Options Markets

120 minutes ♦ Core

The futures and options markets serve three groups: those who wish to discover information about future prices, those who wish to speculate, and those who wish to hedge. Speculators assume and accept risk in the futures market, trying to profit from price changes. Hedgers use the futures market to reduce their exposure to risk. Transacting in futures and options transactions

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Bonds with Options

To make their bonds more attractive, issuers may attach equity options to a bond issue. Other bond structures apply call and put options on the early retirement of debt securities. Bonds with options appeal to a wide investor base because they can be customized to an investor's point of view. Debt and equity securities can be fine-tuned to meet special

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Core
1470 minutes
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Capital Market Immersion

1470 minutes ♦ Core

The Capital Market Immersion program provides a solid and deep introduction of the capital markets, and is designed to provide professionals with a solid understanding of the functions and roles played by modern financial institutions and their key lines of business, as well as foundational knowledge of the industry’s basic products and service functions. The program's framework consists of lectures covering

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Fundamental Financial Math

2.5 hours ♦ Core

This curriculum will introduce you to a wide variety of calculations and related concepts that are used by financial market participants in a wide variety of applications - calculating prices, rates of return, and yields for example. These concepts and more will be discussed over the course of the curriculum.

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Interest Rate and Foreign Exchange Derivative Products

16 hours ♦ All Levels

TARGET AUDIENCERelationship managers, product specialists and managers responsible for working primarily with middle market clients (USD 100 mn – USD 2 bn in sales) to assess financing strategies and to advise on business structure and capital-raising alternatives. Participants have a minimum of 3 – 5 years of experience in corporate and/or investment banking, ideally with client interaction and exposure.OBJECTIVES

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