Derivative instruments - Step by step - M 6 - Securitization vehicles - traditional, synthetic
Whoever watched "The wolf of Wall Street" has struggled to understand the jobs, products, jargon that surround the financial markets. Some of us are still trying to get their way out of this financial jungle and clarify the associated strategies. Demystifying financial instruments is the key objective of the step by step programme we propose below. Our modular approach allows each participant to select his/her entry point in the programme to best fit cumulated knowledge and experience on this wide topic.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Define the general characteristics of each instrument
- Gain in-depth understanding of how the instrument operates
- List how it can best be used on the market – be it in single or in combination with other instruments
- Understand the valuation method and what can impact the value of it
- Identify major risks associated and determine controls that may mitigate them
- how does it run?
- ABS, CMO, CBO and many other acronyms
- why securitizing?
- obstacles to securitization
- as an alternative to regular securitization
- how does it run? The role of CDS in synthetic securitization
- comparison of both techniques: regular vs synthetic
- how to synthesize a corporate bond?
- synthetic securitization of the iTraxx
The content of the session is illustrated by real, market examples. It is given in an attractive, understandable way, avoiding mathematical developments (grouped into a final "pricing" session).
A qui s'adresse la formation?
Anyone who wants to reach a sound understanding of the financial instruments (including derivatives) used by investment managers.