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Ownership Transition

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Ownership Transition

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Entrepreneurs worldwide face the problem of how to efficiently transfer their wealth. Depending upon the objectives of the owner, whether the successor is a family member or not, and the legal and tax environment of the country of transfer, there are many techniques for the transfer of a privately held company or other property. Owners of privately held companies and

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Entrepreneurs worldwide face the problem of how to efficiently transfer their wealth. Depending upon the objectives of the owner, whether the successor is a...

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Ownership Transition

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Entrepreneurs worldwide face the problem of how to efficiently transfer their wealth. Depending upon the objectives of the owner, whether the successor is a family member or not, and the legal and tax environment of the country of transfer, there are many techniques for the transfer of a privately held company or other property. Owners of privately held companies and

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Ownership Transition

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Entrepreneurs worldwide face the problem of how to efficiently transfer their wealth. Depending upon the objectives of the owner, whether the successor is a family member or not, and the legal and tax environment of the country of transfer, there are many techniques for the transfer of a privately held company or other property. Owners of privately held companies and

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Managing Working Capital

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Managing Working Capital

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Non-credit services have become increasingly important to corporate treasurers when they evaluate bank relationships. To help the corporate treasurer manage working capital, it is essential to understand the non-credit services financial institutions can provide to companies. The corporate treasurer's functions include cash management, liquidity management, and banking relationship management. Cash management is primarily operational: the handling of collections and disbursements

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Non-credit services have become increasingly important to corporate treasurers when they evaluate bank relationships. To help the corporate treasurer manage working capital, it is...

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Managing Working Capital

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Non-credit services have become increasingly important to corporate treasurers when they evaluate bank relationships. To help the corporate treasurer manage working capital, it is essential to understand the non-credit services financial institutions can provide to companies. The corporate treasurer's functions include cash management, liquidity management, and banking relationship management. Cash management is primarily operational: the handling of collections and disbursements

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Managing Working Capital

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Non-credit services have become increasingly important to corporate treasurers when they evaluate bank relationships. To help the corporate treasurer manage working capital, it is essential to understand the non-credit services financial institutions can provide to companies. The corporate treasurer's functions include cash management, liquidity management, and banking relationship management. Cash management is primarily operational: the handling of collections and disbursements

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Lease Types

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Lease Types

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Companies use leasing to finance equipment acquisition and to obtain indirectly the value of tax benefits arising from equipment ownership in situations in which they could not get the same value directly. Leases are defined according to their tax and accounting treatment. In most cases, however, the economic factors of the transaction-such as the lease term, payment amount, desire for

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Companies use leasing to finance equipment acquisition and to obtain indirectly the value of tax benefits arising from equipment ownership in situations in which...

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Lease Types

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Companies use leasing to finance equipment acquisition and to obtain indirectly the value of tax benefits arising from equipment ownership in situations in which they could not get the same value directly. Leases are defined according to their tax and accounting treatment. In most cases, however, the economic factors of the transaction-such as the lease term, payment amount, desire for

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Lease Types

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Companies use leasing to finance equipment acquisition and to obtain indirectly the value of tax benefits arising from equipment ownership in situations in which they could not get the same value directly. Leases are defined according to their tax and accounting treatment. In most cases, however, the economic factors of the transaction-such as the lease term, payment amount, desire for

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Managing Interest Rate Risk

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Managing Interest Rate Risk

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

The value of most bonds moves inversely with interest rates. With the exception of a handful of highly customized, structured instruments, bond prices tend to rise when interest rates fall and vice versa. Investors, traders, and risk managers who are interested in controlling interest rate risk, therefore, must be able to quantify the relationship between interest rates and related market

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The value of most bonds moves inversely with interest rates. With the exception of a handful of highly customized, structured instruments, bond prices tend...

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Managing Interest Rate Risk

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

The value of most bonds moves inversely with interest rates. With the exception of a handful of highly customized, structured instruments, bond prices tend to rise when interest rates fall and vice versa. Investors, traders, and risk managers who are interested in controlling interest rate risk, therefore, must be able to quantify the relationship between interest rates and related market

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Managing Interest Rate Risk

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

The value of most bonds moves inversely with interest rates. With the exception of a handful of highly customized, structured instruments, bond prices tend to rise when interest rates fall and vice versa. Investors, traders, and risk managers who are interested in controlling interest rate risk, therefore, must be able to quantify the relationship between interest rates and related market

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Discounted Cash Flow Uses for Valuation

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Discounted Cash Flow Uses for Valuation

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Discounted cash flow (DCF) is flexible, powerful, and more widely used than any other valuation technique. It discounts a projected future stream of cash flows generated by a company or asset and expresses it as a single amount, in terms of today's dollars. DCF valuation assumes that the company's value is the present value of the future free cash flows

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Discounted cash flow (DCF) is flexible, powerful, and more widely used than any other valuation technique. It discounts a projected future stream of cash...

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Discounted Cash Flow Uses for Valuation

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Discounted cash flow (DCF) is flexible, powerful, and more widely used than any other valuation technique. It discounts a projected future stream of cash flows generated by a company or asset and expresses it as a single amount, in terms of today's dollars. DCF valuation assumes that the company's value is the present value of the future free cash flows

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Discounted Cash Flow Uses for Valuation

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Discounted cash flow (DCF) is flexible, powerful, and more widely used than any other valuation technique. It discounts a projected future stream of cash flows generated by a company or asset and expresses it as a single amount, in terms of today's dollars. DCF valuation assumes that the company's value is the present value of the future free cash flows

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Corporate Restructuring

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Corporate Restructuring

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Managers in mature corporations often face difficulties enhancing shareholder wealth within the confines of existing business operations, and restructuring may be a way to revitalize the organization. Business restructuring and capital restructuring are the two basic ways to restructure a company. A business restructuring is a change in the business activities of the company, perhaps by acquiring a faster-growing business

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Managers in mature corporations often face difficulties enhancing shareholder wealth within the confines of existing business operations, and restructuring may be a way to...

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Corporate Restructuring

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Managers in mature corporations often face difficulties enhancing shareholder wealth within the confines of existing business operations, and restructuring may be a way to revitalize the organization. Business restructuring and capital restructuring are the two basic ways to restructure a company. A business restructuring is a change in the business activities of the company, perhaps by acquiring a faster-growing business

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Corporate Restructuring

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Managers in mature corporations often face difficulties enhancing shareholder wealth within the confines of existing business operations, and restructuring may be a way to revitalize the organization. Business restructuring and capital restructuring are the two basic ways to restructure a company. A business restructuring is a change in the business activities of the company, perhaps by acquiring a faster-growing business

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Debt and Equity Securities: Origination and Distribution

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Debt and Equity Securities: Origination and Distribution

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Origination, structuring, and distribution describe the whole process of issuing new debt or equity in an investment or universal bank. The first time that a company issues equity is called an IPO, an initial public offering. Companies very rarely issue bonds before an IPO, so all bond offerings are for companies with enough public information to assess risk and, therefore,

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Origination, structuring, and distribution describe the whole process of issuing new debt or equity in an investment or universal bank. The first time that...

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Debt and Equity Securities: Origination and Distribution

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Origination, structuring, and distribution describe the whole process of issuing new debt or equity in an investment or universal bank. The first time that a company issues equity is called an IPO, an initial public offering. Companies very rarely issue bonds before an IPO, so all bond offerings are for companies with enough public information to assess risk and, therefore,

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Debt and Equity Securities: Origination and Distribution

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Origination, structuring, and distribution describe the whole process of issuing new debt or equity in an investment or universal bank. The first time that a company issues equity is called an IPO, an initial public offering. Companies very rarely issue bonds before an IPO, so all bond offerings are for companies with enough public information to assess risk and, therefore,

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Inflation and Default-Adjusted Interest Rates

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Inflation and Default-Adjusted Interest Rates

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Interest is the compensation demanded by a lender or investor for the use of money for a specific period of time. An investor compares various alternative investments and asks that each of them, if chosen, provide compensation for the opportunities given up by not investing in the other alternatives. Investment alternatives include owing a business, buying a real asset, buying

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Interest is the compensation demanded by a lender or investor for the use of money for a specific period of time. An investor compares...

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Inflation and Default-Adjusted Interest Rates

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Interest is the compensation demanded by a lender or investor for the use of money for a specific period of time. An investor compares various alternative investments and asks that each of them, if chosen, provide compensation for the opportunities given up by not investing in the other alternatives. Investment alternatives include owing a business, buying a real asset, buying

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Inflation and Default-Adjusted Interest Rates

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Interest is the compensation demanded by a lender or investor for the use of money for a specific period of time. An investor compares various alternative investments and asks that each of them, if chosen, provide compensation for the opportunities given up by not investing in the other alternatives. Investment alternatives include owing a business, buying a real asset, buying

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Other Relative Value Trading Strategies

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Other Relative Value Trading Strategies

2.5 hours ♦ Advanced

Many investors seek to profit from a rise or fall in prices in a particular market instrument, sector, or market. Relative value trading strategies are designed to profit from changes in the relationships between different market instruments, rather than taking outright directional market risk. These strategies can be applied in any market where relationships, real or theoretical, exist between instruments.

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Many investors seek to profit from a rise or fall in prices in a particular market instrument, sector, or market. Relative value trading strategies...

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Other Relative Value Trading Strategies

2.5 hours ♦ Advanced

Many investors seek to profit from a rise or fall in prices in a particular market instrument, sector, or market. Relative value trading strategies are designed to profit from changes in the relationships between different market instruments, rather than taking outright directional market risk. These strategies can be applied in any market where relationships, real or theoretical, exist between instruments.

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Other Relative Value Trading Strategies

2.5 hours ♦ Advanced

Many investors seek to profit from a rise or fall in prices in a particular market instrument, sector, or market. Relative value trading strategies are designed to profit from changes in the relationships between different market instruments, rather than taking outright directional market risk. These strategies can be applied in any market where relationships, real or theoretical, exist between instruments.

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Corporate Exposure Measurements

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Corporate Exposure Measurements

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Measuring corporate exposure requires the identification and isolation of the factors that cause volatility in financial performance. Each factor can cause a different risk and require a different hedging response. Financial risk analysis is as much an art as a science, especially given the amount of disclosure in most financial statements. Most risk-oriented information in financial statements is found in

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Measuring corporate exposure requires the identification and isolation of the factors that cause volatility in financial performance. Each factor can cause a different risk...

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Corporate Exposure Measurements

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Measuring corporate exposure requires the identification and isolation of the factors that cause volatility in financial performance. Each factor can cause a different risk and require a different hedging response. Financial risk analysis is as much an art as a science, especially given the amount of disclosure in most financial statements. Most risk-oriented information in financial statements is found in

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Corporate Exposure Measurements

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Measuring corporate exposure requires the identification and isolation of the factors that cause volatility in financial performance. Each factor can cause a different risk and require a different hedging response. Financial risk analysis is as much an art as a science, especially given the amount of disclosure in most financial statements. Most risk-oriented information in financial statements is found in

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Financial Institution Roles

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Financial Institution Roles

2.0 hours ♦ Core

The success of every financial institution in providing financial services depends on how well it performs its three roles: investor, issuer and intermediary. As investors, financial institutions invest their own capital and manage clients' investment portfolios. Asset growth requires capital: equity, fixed rate debt, floating rate debt, or some combination. As issuers, banks are engaged in fee-producing business such as

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The success of every financial institution in providing financial services depends on how well it performs its three roles: investor, issuer and intermediary. As...

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Financial Institution Roles

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The success of every financial institution in providing financial services depends on how well it performs its three roles: investor, issuer and intermediary. As investors, financial institutions invest their own capital and manage clients' investment portfolios. Asset growth requires capital: equity, fixed rate debt, floating rate debt, or some combination. As issuers, banks are engaged in fee-producing business such as

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Financial Institution Roles

2.0 hours ♦ Core

The success of every financial institution in providing financial services depends on how well it performs its three roles: investor, issuer and intermediary. As investors, financial institutions invest their own capital and manage clients' investment portfolios. Asset growth requires capital: equity, fixed rate debt, floating rate debt, or some combination. As issuers, banks are engaged in fee-producing business such as

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Bank-Related Money Market Instruments

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Bank-Related Money Market Instruments

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Money market instruments can be classified as: (1) discount or interest-bearing securities, based on the quoting conventions of the securities; (2) physical or book-entry securities, depending on how they are cleared and settled; (3) bank-related or non-bank-related securities. With aggressive inroads by non-banks into the money market, the distinction between bank-related and non-bank-related money market instruments has been blurring. However,

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Money market instruments can be classified as: (1) discount or interest-bearing securities, based on the quoting conventions of the securities; (2) physical or book-entry...

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Bank-Related Money Market Instruments

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Money market instruments can be classified as: (1) discount or interest-bearing securities, based on the quoting conventions of the securities; (2) physical or book-entry securities, depending on how they are cleared and settled; (3) bank-related or non-bank-related securities. With aggressive inroads by non-banks into the money market, the distinction between bank-related and non-bank-related money market instruments has been blurring. However,

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Bank-Related Money Market Instruments

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Money market instruments can be classified as: (1) discount or interest-bearing securities, based on the quoting conventions of the securities; (2) physical or book-entry securities, depending on how they are cleared and settled; (3) bank-related or non-bank-related securities. With aggressive inroads by non-banks into the money market, the distinction between bank-related and non-bank-related money market instruments has been blurring. However,

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Intermediate
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Ownership Transition

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Entrepreneurs worldwide face the problem of how to efficiently transfer their wealth. Depending upon the objectives of the owner, whether the successor is a family member or not, and the legal and tax environment of the country of transfer, there are many techniques for the transfer of a privately held company or other property. Owners of privately held companies and

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Managing Working Capital

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Non-credit services have become increasingly important to corporate treasurers when they evaluate bank relationships. To help the corporate treasurer manage working capital, it is essential to understand the non-credit services financial institutions can provide to companies. The corporate treasurer's functions include cash management, liquidity management, and banking relationship management. Cash management is primarily operational: the handling of collections and disbursements

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Lease Types

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Companies use leasing to finance equipment acquisition and to obtain indirectly the value of tax benefits arising from equipment ownership in situations in which they could not get the same value directly. Leases are defined according to their tax and accounting treatment. In most cases, however, the economic factors of the transaction-such as the lease term, payment amount, desire for

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Intermediate
1.5 hours
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Managing Interest Rate Risk

1.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

The value of most bonds moves inversely with interest rates. With the exception of a handful of highly customized, structured instruments, bond prices tend to rise when interest rates fall and vice versa. Investors, traders, and risk managers who are interested in controlling interest rate risk, therefore, must be able to quantify the relationship between interest rates and related market

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Discounted Cash Flow Uses for Valuation

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Discounted cash flow (DCF) is flexible, powerful, and more widely used than any other valuation technique. It discounts a projected future stream of cash flows generated by a company or asset and expresses it as a single amount, in terms of today's dollars. DCF valuation assumes that the company's value is the present value of the future free cash flows

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Corporate Restructuring

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Managers in mature corporations often face difficulties enhancing shareholder wealth within the confines of existing business operations, and restructuring may be a way to revitalize the organization. Business restructuring and capital restructuring are the two basic ways to restructure a company. A business restructuring is a change in the business activities of the company, perhaps by acquiring a faster-growing business

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Debt and Equity Securities: Origination and Distribution

2.0 hours ♦ Core

Origination, structuring, and distribution describe the whole process of issuing new debt or equity in an investment or universal bank. The first time that a company issues equity is called an IPO, an initial public offering. Companies very rarely issue bonds before an IPO, so all bond offerings are for companies with enough public information to assess risk and, therefore,

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Inflation and Default-Adjusted Interest Rates

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Interest is the compensation demanded by a lender or investor for the use of money for a specific period of time. An investor compares various alternative investments and asks that each of them, if chosen, provide compensation for the opportunities given up by not investing in the other alternatives. Investment alternatives include owing a business, buying a real asset, buying

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Other Relative Value Trading Strategies

2.5 hours ♦ Advanced

Many investors seek to profit from a rise or fall in prices in a particular market instrument, sector, or market. Relative value trading strategies are designed to profit from changes in the relationships between different market instruments, rather than taking outright directional market risk. These strategies can be applied in any market where relationships, real or theoretical, exist between instruments.

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Intermediate
2.5 hours
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Corporate Exposure Measurements

2.5 hours ♦ Intermediate

Measuring corporate exposure requires the identification and isolation of the factors that cause volatility in financial performance. Each factor can cause a different risk and require a different hedging response. Financial risk analysis is as much an art as a science, especially given the amount of disclosure in most financial statements. Most risk-oriented information in financial statements is found in

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Financial Institution Roles

2.0 hours ♦ Core

The success of every financial institution in providing financial services depends on how well it performs its three roles: investor, issuer and intermediary. As investors, financial institutions invest their own capital and manage clients' investment portfolios. Asset growth requires capital: equity, fixed rate debt, floating rate debt, or some combination. As issuers, banks are engaged in fee-producing business such as

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Intermediate
2.0 hours
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Bank-Related Money Market Instruments

2.0 hours ♦ Intermediate

Money market instruments can be classified as: (1) discount or interest-bearing securities, based on the quoting conventions of the securities; (2) physical or book-entry securities, depending on how they are cleared and settled; (3) bank-related or non-bank-related securities. With aggressive inroads by non-banks into the money market, the distinction between bank-related and non-bank-related money market instruments has been blurring. However,

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