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Course: This one-day program is designed to enhance analytical skills to create qualitative and quantitative frameworks to analyze credit risk in emerging markets. Attendees will learn to analyze credit risk drivers in emerging markets; utilize market indicators (i.e. commodity prices, macro indicators, ratings, equity and debt prices) to understand the credit risk of emerging market borrowers and derivatives counterparties.
Participants will discover how to establish underwriting criteria for emerging market borrowers and how to evaluate qualitative and quantitative frameworks to differentiate between borrowers and substantiate lending decisions. Attendees also will learn how to compare and contrast the techniques used to assess the credit standing of companies in emerging markets and be able to debate advantages and disadvantages of credit risk models as applied to emerging markets.
The course will include a presentation, interactive discussions and case studies.
Class Size: Registration is intentionally limited to approximately 15 participants to promote student participation and interaction.
Who Should Attend: Professionals responsible for analyzing emerging market borrowers, counterparties, and credit products.
Credits: The IFM is recognized by Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) as an Approved Provider of continuing professional education (CPE) credits for FRMs and ERPs. This course is valid for 6.5 credits
Cost: $800 early-bird ends 4 weeks prior to course date; $850 standard registration.
Complimentary continental breakfast and
refreshment breaks are provided. Lunch on own.