Securitisation Fundamentals

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Course overview


The ASF’s Securitisation Fundamentals Program is a four-hour introductory course designed to provide an overview of key securitisation concepts. The course will equip participants with a foundation of how this market sector operates, its purpose and some of its challenges.

Securitisation Fundamentals is also a highly recommended stepping stone if you are considering enrolment in the Securitisation Professionals course, and have little to no exposure to the securitisation market.

COVID-19 information

Due to the current situation, the ASF will be offering virtual learning series in place of face to face workshops for the foreseeable future.  These sessions are designed to enable participants to continue their securitisation professional development whilst the COVID-19 situation prevails. As with our face to face workshops, participants will have the opportunity to interact with each other, ask questions and learn from the best in the industry. Virtual learning series are offered at a 25% discount to standard course fees. This is reflected in the fees displayed on the registration page.

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Prerequisites

As Securitisation Fundamentals is an entry-level course there are no prerequisites.

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Course objectives

  • Understand how the securitisation market has developed
  • Understand key terminology and concepts of securitisation
  • Understand the roles played by industry participants (e.g. originators, rating agencies, trustees, swap providers, arrangers, investors and ancillary services providers such as auditors, lawyers, tax specialists, insurers)
  • Understand the benefits and risks of securitisation
  • Understand the securitisation process through case studies of real securitisation transactions
  • Network with other financial market professionals

Who should attend

  • Those looking to develop an understanding of securitisation (without necessarily working as securitisation practitioners or in the securitisation sector)
  • Any other market professionals