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Price: $(USD) 229
Course Level
Intermediate
Delivery Method
On-Demand Self-Study Course
Professional Development Credit Hours
2
Pre-requisites
Recommended: Commodity Derivatives or have equivalent knowledge.


Faculty

All on-demand self-study courses are written by members of our Faculty in their areas of expertise.

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BAC: Mennta Energy Solutions is pleased to be endorsed by the BAC for Independent Further Education as a Short Course Provider. Endorsement covers courses delivered in the UK only.

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Introduction to Forwards and Swaps (ON-DEMAND) - IFS


Course Summary

Introduction to Forwards and Swaps is an online training course that will place you as the new Risk Manager of Lucky Seven Airlines and today is your first day! Join your new company and learn the basics of how forwards and swaps are the financial instruments that can help keep Lucky Seven in the air. On your first day on the job, you'll get an in-depth look at how they work and some practical applications.

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Course Content

You will learn to:

  • Identify what makes OTC derivatives different from the instruments that trade on organized futures exchanges
  • Recognize how swaps work, and then use them in a real-world hedging example
  • Identify what forwards are and how they can be used for hedging
  • Identify both the similarities and the differences between forwards and futures contracts
  • Recognize swaptions and why they might be more useful than swaps in some situations

 

Practice exercises and self-assessment quizzes are included to help reinforce key topics introduced throughout the course.

A comprehensive final test will be given at the end of the course.

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