Raising finance on the bond market

 

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14 - 15 September 2015

Training Programme Overview

The objective of this two day course is to introduce those considering raising finance on the bond market to the key features of the market and to investigate what is required by a company to plan and execute a successful bond issue. It explores in detail types of bond, the credit rating process, investors, bond pricing and distribution and the closing procedure.

As the availability of bank lending has been shrinking, mostly due to the enduring impact of the financial crisis and new regulatory requirements, corporations are increasingly turning to debt capital markets. Many European companies have turned to the bonds market by taking advantage of cheaper borrowing costs to diversify their funding and high investor demand.

Why attend the training programme?

Using case studies and worked examples, delegates will gain a thorough understanding of the processes involved in structuring a bond issue including:

  • Types of bond
  • Borrowers and the credit ratings process
  • Using swaps
  • Investors & investor protection
  • Syndication
  • US selling restrictions
  • Legal aspects
  • Bond pricing & launch process
  • Distribution and the closing procedure
  • Liability management

Who should attend

This is an ideal course for professionals from listed or AIM quoted companies.  

  • Finance department including Finance Directors & Finance Officers
  • Treasury department
  • Corporate legal departments
  • Capital markets lawyers

Location

The course will be held at London Stock  Exchange’s headquarters located next to St. Paul’s Cathedral at 10 Paternoster Square, London EC4M 7LS.

Course fee: £1,330 + VAT