4: Fixed Income Instruments & Structures

Course Description

Learn about the different types of fixed income securities, from plain vanilla bonds to securitized loans, and how the various instruments are used to borrow and lend in the capital markets.


1: Types of Issues

2: Types of Issues (Part 2)

3: Types of Issuers

4: Terminology

5: Form of Issues


$995 for students, governments and non-profits

$1650 for corporate and for-profit entities

Group pricing for teams of 5 or more

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Course Requirements


There are no prerequisites for this course.

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Course Instructor

Michael Bennett

Lead Financial Officer, The World Bank Treasury


Michael Bennett is a lead financial officer in the treasury of the World Bank. He has spent over ten years with the World Bank, splitting his time between the World Bank's Paris office and its Washington, DC headquarters. Prior to joining the World Bank, he worked in the structured finance field in Tokyo, Hong Kong and New York. He has published articles in various legal and financial journals on topics including Indonesian bank restructuring, capital markets regulation in Singapore and Taiwan and the regulation of financial derivatives in Asia. He graduated from Columbia University Law School in New York.

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