This programme builds on Money Markets Level 1. The money markets are wholesale financial markets in which sovereign states, banks and major corporations raise funds through certain types of loans, or by issuing debt securities. This course aims to cover the most common money market instruments in use at financial centres all over the world and the calculations required in money markets, as well as the risk and return features.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Senior dealers in treasury departments, senior money market dealers, senior foreign exchange traders, senior corporate desk dealers, senior back office, mid office and other support staff, private bankers & investment advisors, auditors, compliance officers, risk managers, finance officers in corporations / import & export / insurance companies , and other business units where the money markets are an important element in their work.
Participants are expected to have a considerable background in fundamental mathematics and completed Money Market Level 1 (GBO166).
This course consists of lectures, discussions, in-class exercises and multiple-choice questions. Participants are also expected to complete an additional 5 hours of self-study.
Note: This course is examinable
Duration: 3 Days (5 hours per day) with the exam on the final day
Date: 19-21 Dec
Lecturers: BIBF Faculty
Fees: Member Organisations
Fees: Non-Member Organisations
A calculator is required for this course.