This course is based on the various forms of borrowing available to the more sophisticated and typically larger businesses. It discusses borrowing instruments, the issue of managing the credit rating and covers usage of derivatives. The course looks at real life complexities such as inter-company funding, different types of lender, seniority of debt and the effects of the CDS market.
• aspects of corporate finance
• the view from the lending side
• markets for borrowing
• forms of bank borrowing
• the lending contract
• credit ratings
• financial strategy
• use of derivatives to manage risks
WHAT WILL I GET OUT OF IT?
• insights into the structuring and management of more complex borrowing arrangements
• awareness of how financial strategy, including rating strategy, plays a large part in determining how a firm might raise borrowed funds
• knowledge of how derivatives can be used to manage some of the risks of debt
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Corporate treasurers or other financial professional who is involved in arranging borrowings and anticipates exposure to more complex arrangements.
This course is held by the ACT and endorsed by ACCA.
DATES AND LOCATION:
11 - 12 March (09.00 – 17.00), London
21 - 22 October (09.00 – 17.00), London