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Debt Primary Markets

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South Africa

07 - 09 Apr, 2014  3 days

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On this intensive 3–day financial training course you will learn about debt primary markets, featuring:
  • The structure and workings of the international primary markets for debt
  • Explore how and why to use debt primary markets for financing
  • How to structure the most appropriate financing for a borrower
  • How such a transaction should be syndicated and documented
  • New: Financing in difficult markets since the 2008 credit crisis
Course Background
The primary markets have always been the main focus of attention by competing banks and by the  media when looking at the international capital markets. And yet to date no comprehensive guide exists as to how the debt primary markets work. This course is designed to give an understanding of the markets, a solid grounding in how they work and help to unravel the jargon of the new issues.
The course also covers the rationale for debt financing and the types of borrowers and instruments available. It considers the investor's requirements for returns and security against the balance sheet implications for the issuer. It also reviews the various syndication customs and practices and looks at the legal and regulatory requirements involved in bringing issues to the international markets.
Methodology
  • Focused yet interactive teaching method
  • Use of exercises to emphasise the key learning points
  • Gives you the opportunity to apply the skills acquired during the programme to ensure you have a complete understanding of the topics before leaving the course.
Who should attend?
All those newly involved in syndication, origination or corporate finance and those responsible for managing these activities or needing to supply middle and back office support, including individuals who work in the areas of:
  • New Issues
  • Origination
  • Debt Capital Markets
  • Corporate Finance
  • Funding
  • Syndication
Johannesburg, South Africa Apr 07 - 09 Apr, 2014
£2,850.00
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+44 (0)207 779 8543