FX School

Training

In Singapore ((Indicate)) and Tsim Sha Tsui (Hong Kong)

£ 2001-3000

Description

  • Typology

    Training

  • Level

    Beginner

Description


Suitable for: Bank Treasury Staff, Corporate Treasury Staff, Asset-liability personnel, candidates for the ACI-type certificates, Risk managers and risk controllers, Auditors, Asset management transactors, Hedge funds transactors

Facilities

Location

Starts

Singapore ((Indicate))
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Starts

On request
Tsim Sha Tsui (Hong Kong)
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Starts

On request

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Subjects

  • FX swaps
  • FX markets

Teachers and trainers (1)

Christopher  Danielewski

Christopher Danielewski

Course instructor

Christopher Danielewski, a Managing Director with a US based consultancy, specializes in the areas of foreign exchange, money markets, derivatives and fixed income products. Before joining this consultancy, Mr. Danielewski managed capital markets businesses for Citibank, Credit Agricole Indosuez and Calyon, Credit Agricole?s Corporate and Investment Bank. During a twenty year career at Citibank Mr. Danielewski held a number of senior positions. He was responsible for all trading and sales activity in the Citibank Paris trading room for FX, Derivatives, Bonds and Money Markets, managed the Emerging Markets FX trading team in New York and was co-head of Citigroup New York?s Corporate Foreign Exchange Sales. He later joined the Credit Agricole group, first as head of capital markets for the U.S. based in New York and later as the head of fixed income products for Central and Eastern Europe based in Warsaw. Throughout his career, Mr. Danielewski has been involved with training initiatives as a trainer and manager in the U.S. as well as various countries around the world. Mr. Danielewski completed his undergraduate education at The Johns Hopkins University and received a Masters in International Economics and Political Science from the The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies(SAIS). He is fluent in English, French, and Polish.

Course programme

Course review:

This foreign exchange training course provides in-depth working knowledge of the foreign exchange (FX) product and market environment.

You gain a thorough understanding of the principal functions and characteristics of the FX market and its related instruments from both a hedging and trading point of view.

This course may also act as a useful preparation for ACI qualifications. This course adds other features such as Risk identification, risk management and suitability of products with worked examples and Excel exercises.

The case studies are derived from experiences drawn from the FX operations of large, multinational money centre banks and corporations.

You gain an understanding of the relevant pricing mechanisms for spot, forwards, longer dated transactions and currency swaps, the non-deliverable market and the principals of foreign exchange options.

Additional information

This foreign exchange training course provides in-depth working knowledge of the foreign exchange (FX) product and market environment. You gain a thorough understanding of the principal functions and characteristics of the FX market and its related instruments from both a hedging and trading point of view.

FX School

£ 2001-3000