Intermediate Fixed Income Course Overview
This Intermediate Fixed Income course builds on the fixed income fundamentals and delves deeper into government & agency issued debt, zeroes, floaters & linkers and callables & putables. It provides knowledge on how they are priced with industry relevant examples of each type of debt. You will have the opportunity to work through practice examples of certain types of debt and learn how to identify key information on Bloomberg Terminal. By the end of this course, you will have an enhanced understanding of fixed income products which will prepare you for learning advanced fixed income courses.
We will explore:
- Government, GSE and SSA Debt
- Zeroes, Floaters and Linkers
- Callables and Putables
Intermediate Fixed Income Learning Objectives
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the different types of fixed income products, their issuers and investors
- Understand in depth about their pricing, duration and convexity
- Understand how to calculate bond yields from Bloomberg
Intermediate Fixed Income Is an Elective Course of CFI’s CMSA™ Program
CFI’s Capital Markets & Securities Analyst (CMSA)™ program covers all the basic, intermediate, and advanced topics about sales and trading, investment banking, and asset management. This program teaches you trading strategies used in the finance and capital markets industry. It is ideal for students who want to learn how to trade different asset classes. The program is completely online so you can take it at your own pace, from anywhere in the world.
Common career paths for students who take the CMSA™ are Sales & Trading, Asset Management, Wealth Management, Treasury, Risk Management, and other capital markets careers.
Who Should Take This CMSA™ Course?
This Intermediate Fixed Income course is perfect for anyone who would like to build up their understanding about fixed income products. This course is designed to equip anyone who desires to begin a career in the capital markets on the fixed income desk.
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