Fundamentals of Derivatives
|Course Name||Fundamentals of Derivatives|
May 13, 2017 - May 27, 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
As of December 2010, the outstanding OTC derivative contracts reached an unimaginable $601 trillion size. Over the past few years, the use of derivatives as the preferred method for hedging and risk management has increased. The importance of the derivatives market was highlighted in the 2008 financial crisis when excessive and improper use led to a global financial meltdown. The critical lesson of the past crisis understands derivative transactions are becoming more important than ever. Acquire holistic understanding of derivatives to become a modern financial practitioner.
After the course, you will:
|Who should attend||
Day 1: Building Blocks of Derivative Contracts
|Mr. John Philip Te||
is a Vice President of a global commercial bank, handling derivatives structuring and solution. He is also the Executive Director of the Risk Core Solutions Group.
"The seminar gives a comprehensive view of basic derivatives. It has given me a good insight on the basic intricacies on how these basic products are priced and valued. The facilitators are very able and knowledgeable of the topics. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to gain a foothold on basic derivatives."
IRAIDA BUNNY B. RECTO