Fixed Income Portfolio Management Course in Singapore Sep 29 – Oct 1 2014
GFM Training is bringing our flagship Fixed Income Portfolio Management course to CFA Singapore on September 29th – October 1st 2014. Please see this brochure for more details or contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
Fixed Income Portfolio Management Course in Hong Kong Oct-Nov 2014
Open enrollment has started for GFM Training’s flagship Fixed Income Portfolio Management course this fall in Hong Kong, available over either: 8 weekday evenings, Tue/Thu 14 Oct – 6 Nov from 7-10pm, or 4 Saturday afternoons, 25 Oct – 15 Nov from 2-7pm Please sign up early to reserve your space...
Hands-on workshops in Fixed Income, Equity, and event content on a variety of Capital Markets / Risk topics
GFM Training workshops and full courses are hands-on and guide attendees through practicing trading desk style exercises on laptops or PCs. GFM founders believe there is no better way to learn fixed income, equity, derivatives, or other capital markets topics than by the Nike slogan “Just do it.” ...
Insights, not noise
Financial news and research are full of noise and jargon, and one of the most valuable skills for practitioners is learning which numbers and sound bites are the most valuable for achieving their specific goals. GFM Training teaches not only how to solve problems using the full market data available,...
GFM Training: The supplement to trading desk experience across global financial markets.
GFM Training courses and seminars emphasize practice by using simulations and real-world case studies. Attendees practice solving problems in portfolio, risk, liability, and corporate treasury management by working through examples and decisions of how to implement different solutions using market instruments.
Fixed Income Portfolio Management (Full 3-day Course)
Our Fixed Income Portfolio Management course uses actual US Treasury, Japanese Government bond, sovereign agency, and corporate bonds (both investment grade and high yield) in a portfolio to show how to best balance risk factors to meet goals in Asset & Liability management.