Credit derivatives are derivative instruments based on underlying fixed income securities such as corporate and government bonds or other forms of credit. These instruments are used for both credit risk management and for speculation. The market volume grew massively during the last decade, from zero in 1990 to 66 trillion dollars before the 2007 credit crisis.
The overall objective of this interactive course is to provide you a sophisticated knowledge of credit derivatives markets, transactions and instruments from a practical point of view. You will also gain an understanding of hedging, trading and speculating of the main credit derivatives instruments.
Candidates can choose to enrol on any of the available class formats - Daytime Release, Weekend or Evening Series.