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Financial Institutions and Risks

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Financial Institutions and Risks

1.5 hours ♦ Core

The activities of financial institutions expose them to four primary types of ongoing risks: market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, and political risk. Market (price) risk is caused by changing market conditions. Credit risk is the exposure to loss from the default or downgrade of a financial or other counterparty instrument. Liquidity risk is the risk that a financial institution

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The activities of financial institutions expose them to four primary types of ongoing risks: market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, and political risk. Market...

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Financial Institutions and Risks

1.5 hours ♦ Core

The activities of financial institutions expose them to four primary types of ongoing risks: market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, and political risk. Market (price) risk is caused by changing market conditions. Credit risk is the exposure to loss from the default or downgrade of a financial or other counterparty instrument. Liquidity risk is the risk that a financial institution

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Financial Institutions and Risks

1.5 hours ♦ Core

The activities of financial institutions expose them to four primary types of ongoing risks: market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, and political risk. Market (price) risk is caused by changing market conditions. Credit risk is the exposure to loss from the default or downgrade of a financial or other counterparty instrument. Liquidity risk is the risk that a financial institution

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Principles of Credit Analysis

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Principles of Credit Analysis

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The objective of credit analysis is to identify risks in order to minimize defaults and losses on loans and other credit instruments. Taking credit risk is not something that banking institutions are supposed to avoid. In fact, taking credit risk is the business that banks are in and for which they are paid. The objective of the credit analyst, and

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The objective of credit analysis is to identify risks in order to minimize defaults and losses on loans and other credit instruments. Taking credit...

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Principles of Credit Analysis

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The objective of credit analysis is to identify risks in order to minimize defaults and losses on loans and other credit instruments. Taking credit risk is not something that banking institutions are supposed to avoid. In fact, taking credit risk is the business that banks are in and for which they are paid. The objective of the credit analyst, and

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Principles of Credit Analysis

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The objective of credit analysis is to identify risks in order to minimize defaults and losses on loans and other credit instruments. Taking credit risk is not something that banking institutions are supposed to avoid. In fact, taking credit risk is the business that banks are in and for which they are paid. The objective of the credit analyst, and

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Introduction to Credit Spreads and of the Management of Risk

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Introduction to Credit Spreads and of the Management of Risk

8 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONTheoretically, the changes in yield spreads between risky and risk-free bonds should reflect changing expectations in the likelihood of loss from default, which is determined by variability in the probability of default and expected recovery. Credit spreads reflect the specific nature of an obligation. For instance, secured debt generally has higher credit quality than subordinated debt of the same issuer.

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DESCRIPTION Theoretically, the changes in yield spreads between risky and risk-free bonds should reflect changing expectations in the likelihood of loss from default, which...

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Introduction to Credit Spreads and of the Management of Risk

8 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONTheoretically, the changes in yield spreads between risky and risk-free bonds should reflect changing expectations in the likelihood of loss from default, which is determined by variability in the probability of default and expected recovery. Credit spreads reflect the specific nature of an obligation. For instance, secured debt generally has higher credit quality than subordinated debt of the same issuer.

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Introduction to Credit Spreads and of the Management of Risk

8 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONTheoretically, the changes in yield spreads between risky and risk-free bonds should reflect changing expectations in the likelihood of loss from default, which is determined by variability in the probability of default and expected recovery. Credit spreads reflect the specific nature of an obligation. For instance, secured debt generally has higher credit quality than subordinated debt of the same issuer.

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Financial Risk Management Essentials

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Financial Risk Management Essentials

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis program helps participants build fundamental skills that will enhance their ability to (1) identify the nature and scope of financial risks to which their clients are exposed, (2) understand the strategy that clients employ to manage such risk, and (3) evaluate the degree to which various alternatives may be used to manage that risk. Participants are exposed to the

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DESCRIPTION This program helps participants build fundamental skills that will enhance their ability to (1) identify the nature and scope of financial risks to...

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Financial Risk Management Essentials

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis program helps participants build fundamental skills that will enhance their ability to (1) identify the nature and scope of financial risks to which their clients are exposed, (2) understand the strategy that clients employ to manage such risk, and (3) evaluate the degree to which various alternatives may be used to manage that risk. Participants are exposed to the

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Financial Risk Management Essentials

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis program helps participants build fundamental skills that will enhance their ability to (1) identify the nature and scope of financial risks to which their clients are exposed, (2) understand the strategy that clients employ to manage such risk, and (3) evaluate the degree to which various alternatives may be used to manage that risk. Participants are exposed to the

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Counterparty Credit Risk for Financial Institutions

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Counterparty Credit Risk for Financial Institutions

16 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis workshop teaches how to measure and manage counterparty credit risk. Participants will learn to distinguish between market risk and credit risk, to quantify the credit risk associated with basic market transactions, and how the structure of transactions impacts the level of credit risk.In addition, participants will learn techniques for evaluating the creditworthiness of common market counterparties: banks, broker/dealers and

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DESCRIPTION This workshop teaches how to measure and manage counterparty credit risk. Participants will learn to distinguish between market risk and credit risk, to...

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Counterparty Credit Risk for Financial Institutions

16 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis workshop teaches how to measure and manage counterparty credit risk. Participants will learn to distinguish between market risk and credit risk, to quantify the credit risk associated with basic market transactions, and how the structure of transactions impacts the level of credit risk.In addition, participants will learn techniques for evaluating the creditworthiness of common market counterparties: banks, broker/dealers and

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Counterparty Credit Risk for Financial Institutions

16 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis workshop teaches how to measure and manage counterparty credit risk. Participants will learn to distinguish between market risk and credit risk, to quantify the credit risk associated with basic market transactions, and how the structure of transactions impacts the level of credit risk.In addition, participants will learn techniques for evaluating the creditworthiness of common market counterparties: banks, broker/dealers and

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Credit Risk Analysis

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Credit Risk Analysis

40 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONGain a solid grounding in credit risk fundamentals with the tools and techniques required to perform a credit analysis - utilizing analytical tools to project future performance.TARGET AUDIENCEInvestment professionals, research analysts, corporate bankers, fixed income analysts, and credit analystsOBJECTIVESAt the end of the course, students will be able to:Complete a business and industry risk analysis Understand the relationship between the qualitative

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DESCRIPTION Gain a solid grounding in credit risk fundamentals with the tools and techniques required to perform a credit analysis – utilizing analytical tools...

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Credit Risk Analysis

40 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONGain a solid grounding in credit risk fundamentals with the tools and techniques required to perform a credit analysis - utilizing analytical tools to project future performance.TARGET AUDIENCEInvestment professionals, research analysts, corporate bankers, fixed income analysts, and credit analystsOBJECTIVESAt the end of the course, students will be able to:Complete a business and industry risk analysis Understand the relationship between the qualitative

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Credit Risk Analysis

40 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONGain a solid grounding in credit risk fundamentals with the tools and techniques required to perform a credit analysis - utilizing analytical tools to project future performance.TARGET AUDIENCEInvestment professionals, research analysts, corporate bankers, fixed income analysts, and credit analystsOBJECTIVESAt the end of the course, students will be able to:Complete a business and industry risk analysis Understand the relationship between the qualitative

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Capital Markets: Products, Risks and Strategies

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Capital Markets: Products, Risks and Strategies

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis course surveys the major financial instruments traded in capital markets around the world. Understand how stocks are valued. Learn how stocks and bonds are brought to market. Understand the basic mechanics and risks characteristics of derivatives.TARGET AUDIENCETrading and sales support personnel, regulators, compliance staff, financial journalists, anyone seeking a through grounding in capital markets and products.OBJECTIVESAt the end of

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DESCRIPTION This course surveys the major financial instruments traded in capital markets around the world. Understand how stocks are valued. Learn how stocks and...

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Capital Markets: Products, Risks and Strategies

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis course surveys the major financial instruments traded in capital markets around the world. Understand how stocks are valued. Learn how stocks and bonds are brought to market. Understand the basic mechanics and risks characteristics of derivatives.TARGET AUDIENCETrading and sales support personnel, regulators, compliance staff, financial journalists, anyone seeking a through grounding in capital markets and products.OBJECTIVESAt the end of

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Capital Markets: Products, Risks and Strategies

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis course surveys the major financial instruments traded in capital markets around the world. Understand how stocks are valued. Learn how stocks and bonds are brought to market. Understand the basic mechanics and risks characteristics of derivatives.TARGET AUDIENCETrading and sales support personnel, regulators, compliance staff, financial journalists, anyone seeking a through grounding in capital markets and products.OBJECTIVESAt the end of

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Financial Institutions and Risks

1.5 hours ♦ Core

The activities of financial institutions expose them to four primary types of ongoing risks: market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, and political risk. Market (price) risk is caused by changing market conditions. Credit risk is the exposure to loss from the default or downgrade of a financial or other counterparty instrument. Liquidity risk is the risk that a financial institution

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Principles of Credit Analysis

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

The objective of credit analysis is to identify risks in order to minimize defaults and losses on loans and other credit instruments. Taking credit risk is not something that banking institutions are supposed to avoid. In fact, taking credit risk is the business that banks are in and for which they are paid. The objective of the credit analyst, and

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Introduction to Credit Spreads and of the Management of Risk

8 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONTheoretically, the changes in yield spreads between risky and risk-free bonds should reflect changing expectations in the likelihood of loss from default, which is determined by variability in the probability of default and expected recovery. Credit spreads reflect the specific nature of an obligation. For instance, secured debt generally has higher credit quality than subordinated debt of the same issuer.

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Financial Risk Management Essentials

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis program helps participants build fundamental skills that will enhance their ability to (1) identify the nature and scope of financial risks to which their clients are exposed, (2) understand the strategy that clients employ to manage such risk, and (3) evaluate the degree to which various alternatives may be used to manage that risk. Participants are exposed to the

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Counterparty Credit Risk for Financial Institutions

16 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis workshop teaches how to measure and manage counterparty credit risk. Participants will learn to distinguish between market risk and credit risk, to quantify the credit risk associated with basic market transactions, and how the structure of transactions impacts the level of credit risk.In addition, participants will learn techniques for evaluating the creditworthiness of common market counterparties: banks, broker/dealers and

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All level
40 hours
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Credit Risk Analysis

40 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONGain a solid grounding in credit risk fundamentals with the tools and techniques required to perform a credit analysis - utilizing analytical tools to project future performance.TARGET AUDIENCEInvestment professionals, research analysts, corporate bankers, fixed income analysts, and credit analystsOBJECTIVESAt the end of the course, students will be able to:Complete a business and industry risk analysis Understand the relationship between the qualitative

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Capital Markets: Products, Risks and Strategies

24 hours ♦ All Levels

DESCRIPTIONThis course surveys the major financial instruments traded in capital markets around the world. Understand how stocks are valued. Learn how stocks and bonds are brought to market. Understand the basic mechanics and risks characteristics of derivatives.TARGET AUDIENCETrading and sales support personnel, regulators, compliance staff, financial journalists, anyone seeking a through grounding in capital markets and products.OBJECTIVESAt the end of

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