Continuing on from Fixed Income Markets I, this course examines the evolving products, changing marketplace and growing sophistication of the fixed income market. This program covers the core concepts of the fixed income marketplace including the banking system, interest rates, and the yield curve.
Fixed Income Markets I
This course gives a comprehensive overview of the fixed income market. It covers basic bond terminology, bond fundamentals, yield calculations and the specifics of corporate, government and municipal bonds.
Financial Accounting 101
Learn the "nuts and bolts" of accounting in this two-day introductory course. You will learn the general principles of accrual accounting and apply basic accounting procedures, including the use of "T"-accounts and debits and credits.
This course covers the basic structure of swaps, their characteristics and features and examines the pricing and risks associated with this derivative instrument.
Options Markets I
Through a series of lectures, exercises and case studies, students learn the basic terminology, products, strategies, and techniques that spell success in the options market regardless of market environment.