INSTITUTE FOR BANKING AND FINANCE

Summer 2003 Seminars

International Financial Markets

June 26-28, 2003 / 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Seminar leader: Roger Roberts

Designed as a comprehensive look at the world of wholesale finance, this course will lead participants through the maze of financial tools, identifying along the way their individual uses for hedging and trading. The course also examines the dynamics of the financial markets: the players and driving forces that cause price discovery and price fluctuation. Both primary and derivative products will be covered.

The course is suitable for personnel in banks, corporations or professional services who wish to get good grounding in these markets, to fill gaps or to reprise their existing knowledge.

Day One

Money Markets (2 hours)
Bond Markets (4 1/2 hours)

Day Two

Foreign Exchange (2 hours)

Products that will be examined:

Derivative Instruments (1 hour)
FRAs (1 1/2 hours)
Financial Futures Contracts (2 hours)

Day Three

Interest Rate and Other Capital Market Swaps (3 3/4 hours)
Options (2 3/4 hours)


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