Derivatives Transactions & Documentation

Venue: Kingsway Hall Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Dec 07, 2006 End Date/Time: Dec 08, 2006
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Description

The use of derivatives is skyrocketing as more corporations are discovering their capabilities for risk management. Volumes in the global derivatives markets continue to grow at a rapid pace, now measured in hundreds of trillions of dollars. The growth has been particularly rapid in privately negotiated deals over-the-counter.

Once seen as arcane specialist instruments, derivatives are now interwoven into the fabric of all aspects of finance, not least corporate risk management.

It is becoming crucial to grasp working knowledge of derivatives products and how the transactions are negotiated and implemented for anyone engaged with the trade, legal, tax, accounting, documentation and compliance capacities of derivatives transactions.

There is also increasingly more regulatory oversight to manage the backlog of confirmations and ensure they are documented correctly. C5 has put together a comprehensive and practical two-day programme to ensure that you have an in-depth understanding of the mechanics of various derivatives transactions and meet the market requirements in documenting your
transactions.

Whether you currently work on derivatives and would like to learn more about the products, or if you would like a refresher conference, this programme will take you from the motivation behind transactions to the confirmations, with practical examples led by a highly distinguished panel of speakers.

The expert panel of industry players and advisors will expand your knowledge on:
• How to identify red flags when assessing risk in transactions
• Avoid potential errors when documenting your transactions
• Key considerations when drafting derivatives confirmations in order to avoid costly consequences of incorrect confirmations terms
• Latest developments in the tax & accountancy field and how they impact your transactions
• Practical case studies on how various transactions work

Venue

66 Great Queen Street
London
United Kingdom
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