Explore in this Collateral Markets course how traditional and modern collateralized financing structures are used to meet the supply and demand in the liquidity market. Of particular importance is the risk and capital treatments of these trades for banks which act as the intermediaries for these transactions.
- Risk weighted assets
- Trading book
- Close out risk
- Capital ratio
- Secured loans
- Securities lending
- Total return swap
- Wrong way risk
- Regulatory capital
- Banking book
- Loss given default
- Leverage ratio
- Collateral swap
Option 1: classroom
You attend alongside other market participants: £495
Option 2: virtual classroom
You attend alongside other market participants via an interactive online classroom: £395
Option 3: In-house
This course can be tailored specifically for your organisation and delivered at your offices, offering a cost effective solution for more than 5 employees.
- Secured loans have long existed as an effective financing solution for corporations, financial institutions and individuals. Have you ever heard about other variations such as collateral swaps and total return swaps and wondered what the motivations for these other structures are? Then this class is for you
- A key component in the financing market is a bank. Learn in this class how banks capture the risk mitigation effect of collateralization depending on whether the exposure is a banking book or trading book exposure and whether the collateral is liquid or illiquid
- Learn in this Collateral Markets course the key collateralized financing structures, who use them and their impact on the balance sheets of banks acting as intermediaries in these trades
- Learn in this Collateral Markets course the essential considerations in the assessment of the liquidity of the collateral and the determination of the haircut on the collateral in the pricing of such structures
Who should attend
- People who are looking to understand the key collateralized financing structures and compare their impact to the balance sheets of banks providing the liquidity in the market
- Bank treasurers, debt capital market and structured finance professionals
- Risk and financial control professionals in banks acting as intermediaries in the trades
- Portfolio managers and support people of hedge funds looking to finance exposure to exotic debt assets
- *Pre-requisite: While not necessary, basic knowledge about banking, finance, risk control and regulatory capital treatments will be helpful
- The business of borrowing and lending
- Balance sheet impact and Leverage Ratio Denominator
- Risk Weighted Assets and Capital Ratio
- Impact of collateral
- Banking book and trading book
- Structures of collateral trades, hedges and capital treatment
- Industry background
- Secured loans
- Securities lending
- Total return swaps
- Class exercise: determine the risk and balance sheet treatments of the structures
- An exercise
- Deal rationale
- Deal structure: deployment and sourcing, haircuts
- What are your conditions to approve the trade?
- Case study: structuring and pricing a trade
- Conditions on the collateral
- Haircut: the factors to consider
- Collateral management
What makes our course unique
- On the one hand, this class looks at the collateral market from the perspective of risk control of banks and examines the impact of these trades to risk weighted assets and leverage ratio denominators of the banks
- On the other hand, this class looks at the collateral market from the perspective of the business and examines how the nature and quality of the collateral determines the pricing of a trade
- This Collateral Markets course includes a real-life trade as a case study
- This Collateral Markets course is presented by a former market practitioner who is also an experienced teacher
Meet your trainer
Kai Hing Lum
Kai Hing is an expert financial markets educator.
Kai Hing held several roles during his 21-year tenure at UBS across audit, in which he focused on trading and derivative businesses; and a specialized team responsible for the structuring and risk assessment of complex trades and new businesses.
Equipped with both broad and detailed understanding of finance, Kai Hing then joined the renowned UBS Financial Markets Education team and took on global responsibility to manage programs, create content and teach courses to colleagues and clients on a wide range of topics on equities, fixed income, FX, derivatives, equity valuation, portfolio analysis, risk control frameworks and methodologies.
As an experienced presenter with energetic and enthusiastic presentation style, coupled with a deep understanding of the subjects from his practical experiences, Kai Hing constantly receives high praise from his audience.
Before his career in the financial industry, Kai Hing taught and did research in mathematics after obtaining his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Chicago.
Kai Hing leads on our Financial Markets offerings.