Fixed Income Series

The US Fixed Income Market makes up approximately 40% of the global fixed income market or $40 trillion. The fixed income markets include government and corporate debt, municipal securities, agency debt, securitized products and financing tools such as repurchase agreements (repos). Technology and regulation have changed the landscape of what was once a predominantly bilateral market. Investment banks, which dominated the space prior to the credit crisis, have now pulled back as it has become a more capital-intensive business. How do portfolio managers and traders make their investment/trading decisions? What happens after the trade is made? This fixed income series answers these questions and much more through the following training sessions.

These training sessions are delivered in 2-2.5 hour-long segments on different days, allowing participants the flexibility to fit them into their schedules.