Central Counterparties, Clearing Houses & Exchanges

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In New York (USA), London, Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and another venue.

£ 2,095 + VAT

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    2 Days

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Description

The goal of this two-day course is to offer a structured approach to the credit analysis of Financial Markets Infrastructures (FMIs): specifically central counterparties (CCPs), clearing houses, settlement agents and exchanges.

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Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
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Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
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On request
London
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On request
New York (USA)
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SOENKE HEISTERMANN

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12/03/2017
What I would highlight: I've learnt a lot because it was interesting and covered good items.
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Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Subjects

  • Financial Training
  • Financial
  • ActionScript
  • Financing Services
  • Actionscript (Flash)
  • Business models of central counterparties, clearing houses, settlement agents and exchanges and how these are changing in response to economic, structural, competitive and regulatory issues.

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Course programme

Markets in Securities and Derivatives: The goal of this section is to review the roles and differing business models of central clearing parties, clearing houses and exchanges in the securities and derivatives markets and to appreciate the impact of changing macro, competitive and regulatory issues. Risk and Financial Analysis:The goal of this section is to identify the various risks inherent in central counterparties, clearing houses and exchanges, to identify best practice, and to structure a due diligence. Exposure Structuring: The goal of this section is to understand how to assess and control the risk exposures to central counterparties, clearing house and exchanges incurred both through trading and through lending.

Central Counterparties, Clearing Houses & Exchanges

£ 2,095 + VAT