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International Bond Market Update

The current economic data that measures the pulse of the economy and the changes to the overall industry

Advanced Corporate Credit – Warning Signals Course

A half-day live webinar

This course is a ‘must know’ for:

  • Financial advisors, wealth managers and analysts looking for an independent market view.
  • Investors and pensions fund managers looking at ways to hedge their interest rate exposure.
  • Endowment and foundation managers looking to diversify from equities.
Participants should have at least 2 years of banking experience in functions or departments listed below:
  • Brokers.
  • Dealers.
  • Traders.
  • Treasury.
  • Research.
  • Derivatives.
  • Debt Capital Markets.
  • Equity Capital Markets.
  • Loan Markets.
  • Structured Finance.
  • Salespeople, relationship managers, client coverage and business development mangers.
  • Investment bankers.
  • Funding officers.
  • Corporate bankers.
  • Private bankers.
  • Corporate finance.
  • Internal and external auditors.
  • Risk management and risk control.
  • Asset and liability managers.
  • Accountants.
  • Legal and compliance officers.
  • Finance professionals.
  • Asset managers.
  • Internal and external auditors.
  • IT and IT support to the above.

  • It provides an unbiased analysis of the market from an expert.
  • The information you receive is without sales objectives.
  • It summaries the key trends in today’s market.
  • Delegates can ask questions and get immediate clarification.
  • The subject matter expert draws on 30 years of experience in the Bonds and Fixed Income markets with experience in market conditions with interest rate hikes and high inflation.
  • Participants can choose a case study to investigate an area of interest in
  • Some topics will be included last minute to make the course topical.

On completion delegates will:

  • Be updated on the domestic developments in the Bond Markets.
  • Be updated on the international developments in the Bond Markets with emphasis on the Eurobond and US Bond markets.
  • Be updated on the international regulatory changes.
  • Recognise the anticipated changes on the banks’ balance sheets and their change in funding requirements
  • Receive a product update on covered bonds, contingent convertibles and other relevant financial instruments.
  • Highlight the current trends in the international markets.
  • Discuss current trends in the local market.
  • Identify possible future trends in the market.
  • Develop specific trade ideas based on current reports.

Opening of Class

  • Introduction of speaker
  • Introduction of course programme
  • Description of course objectives
  • Introduction of delegates

Background and market trends

  • State of the economy
  • Effect of financial crisis
  • Central bank
  • Commodity prices
  • Demographic change
  • Economic growth
  • Banking sector and regulatory changes
  • Markets in general

Changes affecting the banking industry

  • Capital adequacy requirements
  • Liquidity requirements
  • Fines
  • High frequency trading (HFT)
  • Shadow banking
  • Fintech

Economic background and trends in individual markets

  • United States of America
  • Europe and Eurozone
  • Japan
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • Switzerland
  • Emerging markets
  • Other

International Bond Market Update

  • New developments in the Eurobond market
  • New developments in the US bond market
  • Corporate bonds and junk bonds
  • Contingent convertible (CoCo’s)
  • Covered bonds
  • New type of bonds
  • The role of interest rate, currency and credit default swaps
  • Structured products

Current market trends for all asset classes in international and regional markets

  • Balance sheets of banks
  • Asset manager flows
  • Equities
  • Interest rates
  • Bonds
  • Currencies
  • Commodities
  • What are other investors doing?

Develop your own trade idea on local or international markets

  • Current research and publication
  • Trade suggestion
  • Develop your own trade
  • Present your trade
  • Case study

Fundamental rules of trading

  • Overview
  • 7 rules of trading
  • 8 elements of a trading model
  • Examples

Course Summary

  • Overview and feedback

The trainer has 35 years of professional experience in trading, sales and product development in Fixed Income Markets and their derivatives focusing on Global Markets.  He has co-authored 2 books and published over 400 financial market research articles on Fixed Income.

After working for banks and financial institutions in Zurich and London he consults for international banks, asset management companies, family offices and regulators.  He has trained tens of thousands of participants working for over 400 companies from 100 countries in Europe, North America and Southeast Asia.   

His current area of interest lies in the digitalisation of financial services and data monetisation.

This course first goes through the current economic data that measures the pulse of the economy.  Here we gauge the current market trends.

Then, we dive into changes to the overall industry before focusing on specific countries and any new developments and products. 

After a working on a specific area of interest we aim to develop a specific trading strategies. Equipped with these insights, participants leave the course with an implementable trade idea.

Participants should have at least 2 years of banking experience in functions or departments listed below:
  • Brokers.
  • Dealers.
  • Traders.
  • Treasury.
  • Research.
  • Derivatives.
  • Debt Capital Markets.
  • Equity Capital Markets.
  • Loan Markets.
  • Structured Finance.
  • Salespeople, relationship managers, client coverage and business development mangers.
  • Investment bankers.
  • Funding officers.
  • Corporate bankers.
  • Private bankers.
  • Corporate finance.
  • Internal and external auditors.
  • Risk management and risk control.
  • Asset and liability managers.
  • Accountants.
  • Legal and compliance officers.
  • Finance professionals.
  • Asset managers.
  • Internal and external auditors.
  • IT and IT support to the above.
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£795.00

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