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Starting TBC in 2021, Online
Starting TBC in 2021, Online

Master the metrics used to quantify the risk to earnings and capital

A three day practical training course


We can customise it to meet your specific training requirements and deliver it face-to-face or digitally. Contact Leigh Kendall for more information.

Measuring, managing & monitoring interest rate risk training course

Learn how to

  • Manage interest rate risk through current best practices
  • Use vital quantitative tools and metrics relating to adverse developments in the interest rate environment
  • Forecast future direction of benchmark interest rates through models
  • Model changes in the term structure of interest rates
  • Recognise the longer-term consequences of unorthodox policies for treasury functions
  • Monitor money market spreads and volatility as precursors of changes in liquidity conditions
  • Assess the impact of adverse scenarios on the capital base and future earnings of an enterprise using the tools for stress testing
  • Understand the dynamics of inflationary and deflationary forces in the global economy
  • Address unorthodox monetary policies and negative interest rates

Case studies and practical sessions

  • Excel model which permits the calculation of key bond metrics
  • Securitized banking and the run on repo (Paper by Gorton and Metrick, 2010)
  • The Taylor rule as an alternative to judgement based monetary policy
  • Excel model illustrating duration gap measurement and impacts of changing the duration characteristics
  • Risks of prolonged period of ultra-low interest rates in developed economies
  • Excel example illustrating how to model the cash flows of a fixed/floating interest rate swap
  • Excel model to illustrate how Fed Funds futures can be used to estimate probabilities of decision by the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) 
  • Application of actual stress testing techniques applied to duration characteristics of a balance sheet Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP)

Key information

Dates: Contact Customer Services for available dates

Venue: Virtual Classroom

Course Leader: Clive Corcoran, International Risk Specialist

Course Fee: £2999.00 + VAT @ 20%  = £3598.80

Why choose IFF

TRACK RECORD – TRACK RECORD – we have been delivering expert training to the banking, finance and energy sectors since 1991

INNOVATION – our courses are continually reviewed so you can be sure they are focusing on the most current issues

KNOWLEDGE – all of our trainers are highly experienced practitioners and leading subject matter experts so you can be confident you are learning from the very best

SMALL CLASS SIZES – to aid learning and increase your personal interaction with the trainer

VALUE – we provide a practical training experience with skills that can be used immediately to gain a tangible return on your investment

ACCREDITATION – we are accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC)

Is this the course for you?

Watch expert trainer Clive Corcoran to find out more.

Past delegate

Measuring, Managing & Monitoring Interest Rate Risk

Clive is a great trainer. He has so much experience and imparts his knowledge beautifully.

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CPD Certified

Engaging in Continuing Professional Development ensures that both academic and practical qualifications do not become out-dated or obsolete; allowing individuals to continually ‘up skill’ or ‘re-skill’, regardless of occupation, age or educational level. This course has been assessed and is CPD certified.