Capital Markets: U.S. Debt/Funds Transfer
This course provides a foundation in the U.S. debt markets and the funds transfer markets. The course covers the basics of debt, including the documentation and intercreditor issues of loans, security and guarantees. Both public and private debt is examined, including instruments and products of the US Treasury and other US government agencies, municipal bonds, corporate debt, commercial paper, certificates of deposit, leveraged leasing, factoring, repos, asset-based securitizations, reverses and swaps. The study of the funds transfer markets includes the Federal Reserve system, the discount window, Federal Funds and wire and other electronic funds transfer systems. Completion of this course is a prerequisite for FS 809: Capital Markets II.
|Course #:||LAW 810|
|Area of Study:||Financial Services Law and Compliance|
|Credit Hours:||Three credit hours.|