Investment Operations

Capital Markets Derivatives, Foreign Exchange, and Alternatives

Categories Introductory

Course Instructor

Course Level

Beginner

Certification

Certificate

Delivery

Via Zoom

Hours (EST)

8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Description

Date: TBD

This course will cover the functions of the various capital market derivative products, as well as foreign exchange and alternatives. The presentation highlights the main derivative products and examines the foreign exchange and fund markets. The course concludes with a study of alternative assets. By the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:

  • Identify and describe how derivatives and FX markets function
  • Describe the role of derivatives and FX intermediaries
  • Explain the various derivatives and FX products and markets
  • Describe the role of derivatives and FX end users
  • Identify and explain different derivatives and FX risks

Prerequisite: None

Agenda

 Foreign Exchange

  1. Foreign exchange basics
  2. FX risks and past crises
  3. Current market

 Derivatives

  1. Forwards and Futures
  2. Swaps
  3. Options
  4. Credit Derivatives
  5. SOFR reference rate

 Funds and Structured Products

  1. Mutual funds
  2. Exchange traded funds
  3. Structured products

 Alternative Investments

  1. Hedge funds
  2. Private equity
  3. Private investment vehicles

Summary and Questions

In-House Training

Custom Training can help you achieve your corporate training goals while staying on budget and focusing the content on the needs of your group. Email your questions regarding corporate training to training@investmentoperations.net.

2024 Training Calendar

Training Catalogue

Course Instructor

Course Level

Beginner

Certification

Certificate

Delivery

Via Zoom

Hours (EST)

8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Description

Date: TBD

This course will cover the functions of the various capital market derivative products, as well as foreign exchange and alternatives. The presentation highlights the main derivative products and examines the foreign exchange and fund markets. The course concludes with a study of alternative assets. By the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:

  • Identify and describe how derivatives and FX markets function
  • Describe the role of derivatives and FX intermediaries
  • Explain the various derivatives and FX products and markets
  • Describe the role of derivatives and FX end users
  • Identify and explain different derivatives and FX risks

Prerequisite: None

Agenda

 Foreign Exchange

  1. Foreign exchange basics
  2. FX risks and past crises
  3. Current market

 Derivatives

  1. Forwards and Futures
  2. Swaps
  3. Options
  4. Credit Derivatives
  5. SOFR reference rate

 Funds and Structured Products

  1. Mutual funds
  2. Exchange traded funds
  3. Structured products

 Alternative Investments

  1. Hedge funds
  2. Private equity
  3. Private investment vehicles

Summary and Questions

In-House Training

Custom Training can help you achieve your corporate training goals while staying on budget and focusing the content on the needs of your group. Email your questions regarding corporate training to training@investmentoperations.net.

2024 Training Calendar

Training Catalogue

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