With over 30 years’ experience in both the training field and in finance, the trainer is regarded as a leading edge trainer in numerous areas. He specializes in Derivatives, Capital Markets, Risk Management, Structured Finance and Treasury Products. He has delivered programs in every major financial center to both buy-side and sell-side firms at all levels.
For more than three decades, the trainer has held various positions in several commercial and international investment banks. Key roles have included positions as Head of Institutional & Corporate Sales as well as being the Head of the Private Client Investment Desk.
He is The Chief Examiner for The Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments Bond and Fixed Income Examination.
This debt finance training course has been designed to provide a thorough review of debt financing principles, markets and products. We will use real life case study examples to illustrate the financing techniques and products throughout the programme.
Participants will require laptops with MS Excel for the exercises and case studies.
The broad objectives of the programme are:
The objective of Day-1 is to ensure that participants understand why and how companies borrow money, the effect that borrowing money has on the financial statement of the company and the role that the bank plays in the process. It also covers sources of finance, products used and investors together with their objectives and expectations.
This module introduces participants to customer funding needs, why they arise and their nature.
Case study: Writing the first year’s business plan and cash flow statement.
Case study: Issuing a corporate bond
The objective of Day-2 is to ensure that participants understand yield curves and how to interpret them. Once participants are familiar with yield curves they will learn how to manage currency and interest rate risk. Finally, participants will learn about securitised products.
Case study: Understanding yield curves, forward rates and credit spreads and pricing a corporate bond
Exercise – Budgeting interest rate risk in a company
Case study: hedging interest rate and FX transaction exposure using derivatives
Case study: Building a collateralised loan obligation.
Participants will be provided with a pool of available assets and will be asked to build a CLO, calculate the WARF, build the capital structure, price the notes and calculate the expected return on first loss piece
Debt Training Course
Training Course Area
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|Alternative Lending||Unitranche Debt, mezzanine finance, PIK,|
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