Overview of Structured Products

New York Institute of Finance

New York Institute of Finance

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Who should attend

  • Traders
  • financial analysts
  • securitization market practitioners
  • corporate financiers
  • treasurers and risk managers

About the course

Overview of structured products including advantages issuers and investors can receive from investing in these complex securities, risks that can arise, and recent regulatory changes.

CURRICULUM

Day 1

MODULE 1: SIZE AND SCOPE OF THE MARKET

  • Identify mechanics of Structured Products
  • Issuers' and investors' appetite for structured products
  • Identify why issuers create structured products
  • Understand investor interest in structured products

MODULE 2: UNDERSTANDING THE ASSET CLASSES OF ASSET-BACKED SECURITIES

  • Understand ABS ratings for a broad range of asset types:
  • Revolving consumer assets (Credit Cards)
  • Synthetic securities
  • Operating assets
  • Future flows
  • Auto loans and leases
  • Manufactored housing
  • Student loans

MODULE 3: COMMERCIAL MORTGAGE-BACKED SECURITIES

  • Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities include:
  • Conduit fusion
  • Floating rate
  • Single borrower
  • CRE CDO backed by loans and commercial properties

MODULE 4: RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE-BACKED SECURITIES

  • Residential MBS covers a broad range of collateral-backed transactions:
  • Covered bonds
  • Prime jumbo
  • Alternative A (Alt A)
  • Subprime mortgage loans

Day 2

MODULE 1: ROLE/FUNCTION:

  • Special purpose vehicle

MODULE 2: IDENTIFY MECHANICS OF

  • Popular structured products

MODULE 3: CREDIT ENHANCEMENTS

  • Excess Spread
  • Tranching
  • Insurance
  • Over-Collateralization

MODULE 4: RISK MODELING

  • Basics of default dependence
  • Role of rating agencies/ Ratings modeling
  • CDO Risk measures

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

THOROUGH COVERAGE OF CORE CONCEPTS AND RANGE OF LINKED ASSET CLASSES

  • Compare and contrast mechanics and risks of structured products
  • Define the role of structured product vehicles
  • Demonstrate a practical understanding of the core concepts behind structured products
  • Demonstrate a practical understanding of the core concepts behind structured products
  • Develop an understanding for the range of asset classes that are linked to structured products

PREREQUISITES

  • Basic understanding of financial market asset classes

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