Bank Applications of Derivatives

Euromoney Learning
Training overview
2 days
Classroom / Public

Course description

Bank Applications of Derivatives

This five day School of Derivatives provides you with a thorough understanding of the derivatives market for both OTC and exchange-traded instruments. It focuses on how banks use derivatives to manage their own exposures and to provide practical solutions to their customers.

You can attend both modules of this School of Derivatives to enjoy most benefit or pick from the following modules.

Module 1: Fundamentals of Derivatives (Day 1-Day 3), is a comprehensive overview of the major classes of derivatives, distinguishing between linear and non-linear derivatives.

Module 2: Bank Applications of Derivatives (Day 4-Day 5) explains, by way of specific examples, how banks use derivatives for their own and their customer benefit. The first part looks at specific solutions for customers and focuses on the role of swaps in the primary issuance business, and managing customer FX exposures; whilst the second looks at financial engineering, and more specifically, at how derivatives can be used to reduce funding costs and/or as a means of the bank earning fees without taking a proprietary position, whilst at the same time providing investors with instruments that meet their risk/reward requirements.

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Training Content

  • How and why are derivatives used in practice?
  • The difference between exchange-traded and OTC derivatives?
  • Clearing procedures for exchange-traded derivatives
  • Understanding the principal money market derivatives and how they are used to manage interest rate risk
  • Swaps and how banks and other institutions use them
  • Prima on options and their application in the management of FX risk
  • How derivatives are embedded in common structures to provide investors with attractive risk/reward profiles
  • Methodology

The School uses interactive lectures, worked examples and real-world case studies showing in detail how the products are used and why. It shows the products in a highly practical way, without over-complication, with clear illustrations of each so that you may readily understand them and the role the bank plays.

Costs

The cost of this course is $3795 in hong kong, hk, hk.

In-house Training

Do you have five or more people interested in attending this course? Do you want to tailor it to meet your company’s exact requirements? If you’d like to do either of these, we can bring this course to your company’s office. You could even save up to 50% on the cost of sending delegates to a public course.

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Euromoney Learning

Euromoney Learning

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