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Trade Finance Introduction

Corporate banking

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Trade Finance Introduction

Trade Finance represents products that facilitate international trade. In this introductory video into the topic Andy breaks the sector down into its constituent parts.

Andy Sweeney09:55

What is a Bank?

Banking essentials

Competent

What is a Bank?

Rob describes the fundamental activities of a bank, builds a theoretical bank balance sheet and shows how liquidity and capital perform their vital functions.

Robert Ellison01:10:55

Introduction to Interest Rate Swaps and Use Cases

Derivatives and structured products

Foundational

Introduction to Interest Rate Swaps and Use Cases

David provides an overview of interest rate swaps - what they are, why they are used, typical parties involved and key components of the derivative.

David Leeming17:58

Introduction to FX Markets I

Compliance

Foundational

Introduction to FX Markets I

In this video, Kees discusses the Foreign Exchange (FX) market and the importance of understanding Money Markets. He goes into detail on the popularity and volume of currencies traded in the FX market.

Kees van den Aarssen17:33

The Principal Functions of Central Banks

Financial Crises

Competent

The Principal Functions of Central Banks

January covers the roles of a Central Bank; how it controls the currency, how it maintains adequate foreign exchange reserves, and how it acts as a lender of last resort.

January Carmalt10:08

Types of Fintech Data and Data Privacy

Innovation & Technology

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Types of Fintech Data and Data Privacy

The media often talks about privacy in the Fintech world. In this video in the series on Fintech Data, Marta answers key privacy questions, including what anonymised data is, what pseudonymised data is and what the advantages of using pseudonymised data are.

Marta Dunphy-Moriel07:51

Introduction to Floating Rates

Markets

Foundational

Introduction to Floating Rates

Peter explains what floating rates are and explains why the most important floating rates are in fact central bank policy rates

Peter Eisenhardt10:23

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Why Models Fail

Regulation

Foundational

Why Models Fail

In this series of videos, Christian will explore how traditional approaches and ways of thinking, might not always serve us well in the modern world. He will explain why we use models and evaluate some of their limitations.

Christian Hunt16:12

Bond Bookbuilding Pre-launch

Markets

Competent

Bond Bookbuilding Pre-launch

While bond pricing has different processes and conventions in individual markets, the bookbuilding process is much more universal. Nigel begins to explain this process by outlining the purpose of bookbuilding and the role of the syndicate bankers once the mandate is received.

Nigel Owen07:06

What is Equity?

Investment Banking

Foundational

What is Equity?

‘Equity’ has many meanings. In this discussion, James focuses on the most common financial market reference. In this video, James explains what shares and shareholders are, and how a shareholder can trade shares.

James Eves06:01

What is Operational Risk?

Risk management

Foundational

What is Operational Risk?

Olaf provides an introduction to Operational Risk and clarifies what Operational Risk or "OpRisk" is, why it matters and why it is relevant.

Olaf Ransome09:34

Introduction to Blockchain in Trade Finance

Innovation & Technology

Foundational

Introduction to Blockchain in Trade Finance

Blockchain can be applicable to solving real world problems, specifically in trade finance. In the first part of this two part series, Andrew provides an introduction to blockchain in trade finance and explains how it can be used to address certain challenges.

Andrew English09:03

History of the Basel Accord

Banking essentials

Foundational

History of the Basel Accord

In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, there was an unprecedented overhaul of the global framework regulating the banking system. Sukhy explains this regulatory framework and discusses the strengths and weaknesses of Basel I and II that ultimately led to the current version - Basel III.

Sukhy Kaur15:52

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