Securitisation Professionals

Upcoming Courses

ASF Virtual Learning Series: Securitisation Professionals - March 2022
Online
  • Capacity 12
  • Days 10
  • Start Date 01 March
  • End Date 10 March
  • Price $2725.00
  • Members Price $2045.00
ASF Workshop: Securitisation Professionals - April 2022 - MELBOURNE
Melbourne CBD (Venue TBC)
  • Capacity 12
  • Days 2
  • Start Date 05 April
  • End Date 06 April
  • Price $2725.00
  • Members Price $2045.00
ASF Virtual Learning Series: Securitisation Professionals - May 2022
Online
  • Capacity 12
  • Days 10
  • Start Date 10 May
  • End Date 19 May
  • Price $2725.00
  • Members Price $2045.00

Course overview

The ASF’s Securitisation Professionals Program is a two-day course designed to provide financial market professionals with a succinct overview of the structure of the Australian securitisation industry and how it is used to fund operations through the capital markets.

As the next step to the Securitisation Fundamentals Program, this course explores in more detail the technology of securitisation funding and its benefits, as well as discussing structuring techniques, RMBS and ABS, legal, regulatory and accounting issues, credit analysis considerations, pricing procedures and investor considerations.

Delivered as face to face workshops and virtual learning series, participants will have the opportunity to interact with each other, ask questions and learn from the best in the industry. 



Prerequisites

Securitisation Fundamentals is recommended if participants are new to the industry, or have had little exposure.

Upcoming courses

Securitsation Professionals Virtual Learning Series - March 2022


Contacts

Course objectives

  • Understand how securitisation has developed to meet the unique needs of financial markets
  • Identify the major features of securitised products and how each has developed, and determine their relevance to key financial market clients
  • Identify the legal and regulatory requirements for securitisation transactions and some of the key associated legal risks
  • Analyse 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 or guarantors)
  • Understand the pricing procedures for securitisation instruments, including the ‘book build’ and syndication process
  • Understand and apply the principles learnt in a case study of a real securitisation transaction and provide effective recommendations to determine the appropriateness of a securitisation product
  • Network with other financial market professionals

Who should attend

  • Origination and treasury staff (front, middle and back offices) of bank, non-banks and other funding entities
  • Lawyers, trustees, accountants, tax specialists, insurers, investors and any other market participants