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    Individual Courses

    $150.00

    This course instructs how, in addition to duration, bond investors can use other methods, such as DV01, convexity and modified duration, to measure a bond's risk. NYSBPA CPE credits = 4 PACE CLU and ChFC Credits = 2 CPCU Credits...

    $150.00

    This course applies the principles of yield, also known as the general method used for determining average rate of growth of value, to the specific case of bonds. NYSBPA CPE credits = 5 PACE CLU and ChFC Credits = 2.5...

    $150.00

    Among the most important decisions in corporate finance is the proportion of debt and equity, which will be used to finance projects. This course shows how to determine the optimal debt/equity mix for a company and illustrates the implications of...

    $150.00

    Caps, floors, and swaptions are over-the-counter financial options that are useful in protecting against financial price risks. Unlike exchange-traded options, they are traded directly by two counterparties who can tailor the instruments to meet their specific individual needs.This course provides...

    $150.00

    As a firm generates cash flows from operations, it must decide how to use the cash in the best interests of the shareholders. This course explores the factors and considerations that go into this process, also known as the dividend...

    $150.00

    This course describes how derivative products such as futures, forwards, swaps, and options can be used to mitigate interest rate risk. Each product is discussed within the context of an example that reflects its real-world application. The first lesson focuses...

    $150.00

    This course provides an introduction to securitization, a fast-growing sector of the capital markets, focusing on the segment known as asset-backed securities (ABS). It includes an overview of the securitization process, the common asset types and structural features underlying ABS,...

    $150.00

    This course introduces corporate financial theory and principles, which both inform and guide capital budgeting, capital structure and dividend decisions. NYSBPA CPE credits = 2 PACE CLU and ChFC Credits = 1 CPCU Credits = 2 CIMA and CIMC Credits...

    $150.00

    An equity derivative is a financial instrument whose value depends upon the value of an underlying equity reference. This course provides an introduction to six strategies that employ equity derivatives. It outlines the primary components of each strategy, suggests why...

    $150.00

    This course introduces valuation techniques that investors use to determine whether stocks are fairly priced. NYSBPA CPE credits = 4 PACE CLU and ChFC Credits = 2 CPCU Credits = 4 CIMA and CIMC Credits = 4.5 CIDA Credits =...

    $150.00

    Governments and corporations raise funds by issuing cash securities in exchange for promising to pay a series of cash flows to investors. Cash securities take one of two forms: debt or equity. This course focuses on how cash securities work...

    $150.00

    This course provides an overview of the life of an international trade including the key players and processes that distinguish global trading from domestic trading. Organized chronologically from trade initiation through final settlement, the course highlights each stop in the...