- Programme typeOn campus open programme
- LocationOn campus
- Start date31 Oct 2022
- Duration1 week, full-time
- DepartmentDepartment of Finance
Master the critical concepts underpinning the world’s biggest, most complex market.
Today’s businesses and institutions are prone to continuous impact from changes in interest rates, central bank policies and shifts in key market benchmarks such as LIBOR. To thrive in this increasingly complex context, senior decision-makers need to build rock-solid understanding and absolute fluency in the language of fixed incomes. Delivered by Europe’s number one department of finance, this expertly designed programme grounds you in the key concepts and institutional knowledge, together with the valuation and risk management techniques, to successfully navigate the fixed income market with confidence and clarity.
A profound and transformational learning experience for you. Immediate and actionable insights for your organisation.
How you learn
Fixed Income: Markets, Securities and Institutions is taught by Professor Martin Oehmke, a world expert in fixed income markets and a leading member of the LSE Department of Finance, the foremost department in Europe. This intense and interactive five-day programme integrates real-world case studies, hands-on exercises and lively discussion sessions with faculty and senior industry peers from all over the world. Small classes of individually selected participants ensure a profoundly engaging and highly effective learning experience that delivers impact as immediate as it is enduring.
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This programme is designed for professionals who interact with fixed income markets and would gain from a deeper understanding of these markets and likely future trends. Participants include:
- Financial services and insurance executives
- Family offices, pension fund and sovereign wealth fund managers
- Portfolio and asset managers
- Central bankers, regulators and policy makers
- Lawyers with an interest in securities markets
- Journalists with a focus on markets and the economy
- Senior bankers
"I would not hesitate to recommend LSE and the Fixed Income programme to anyone in my field."
At LSE we understand the complex interconnectedness of the challenges facing our world. As Europe’s foremost social science university, we know that it is only by managing this interconnectedness that you can secure sustainability and success in business. All of our world-class programmes for business leaders leverage the fullest benefits of our renowned, interdisciplinary expertise – the science, the economics, the political and institutional interplay that undergird global business – so that you emerge with the fully rounded understanding, the integrated mindset and the leading-edge strategic tools to navigate complexity and spearhead meaningful change.
The programme is taught by:
Professor Martin Oehmke
Professor of Finance
The Department of Finance at LSE enjoys a pre-eminent global reputation both for its teaching and the quality of its research. The Department is fully engaged across the spectrum of finance subfields, from corporate finance, asset pricing theory, risk management, empirical analysis of capital markets, behavioural finance, portfolio analysis, derivatives pricing, microstructure and financial econometrics.
Fees and entry requirements
Tuition fee: £7,295
This covers all tuition, course materials, daily lunches and networking events. You will receive an LSE certificate of completion at the end of the course.
All LSE executive education participants are required to have:
- Fluency in English.
- A good undergraduate degree or significant work experience in a relevant role(s).
- Minimum five years’ professional experience. Typically our participants have more than ten years’ work experience, but we will consider those with less experience who have enjoyed an accelerated career path to a senior level.
- Familiarity with Excel will be assumed. All valuation techniques will be taught in class, but a degree of familiarity with basic discounting would be beneficial.