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Fundamentals of Fixed Income Market

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

Capital markets are markets in which institutions, corporations, companies and governments raise long term funds to finance capital investments and expansion projects. The bond market, also known as fixed income or the long term debt market, fall into this category. This course introduces you to the fundamental building blocks of the fixed income market, exposing you to the basic principles of bonds, pricing of bonds, duration and convexity as well as bond yields and bond yield curves.

Course Staff

Lisa Ann Moriss

Lisa started work in the financial markets in 1998, primarily in the treasury dealing rooms at Standard Bank and later Rand Merchant Bank. Specialising in structured derivative products, her main focus was offering foreign exchange derivatives as structured solutions which later broadened into interest rate and commodity derivatives. FX options are her greatest passion. Her workshops are well attended throughout South Africa, Botswana, Kenya and other neighbouring regions.

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