In sympathy of rising inflation and ongoing geopolitical tensions in Europe, the U.S. financial market saw one of the largest annual declines in decades with soaring interest rate contributing to negative returns in the fixed income markets. Expectations for further rise in interest rate have been tempered by recent banking crisis in the U.S. and Europe.
Against this background, TMA is delighted to have invited Mr. David Rickard, Global Director, Trading Workspace FX, MM & FI, London Stock Exchange Group to discuss with Members the outlook for Fixed Income, with synopsis as follows:
- Current market outlook on interest rates and impact on bond markets
- Impact of continued high interest rate environment on Bonds
- Cost of capital and the effect on Supply Chain Financing and Project Financing
- Green Bonds and Green/Sustainable Financing
Global Director, Trading Workspace FX, MM & FI
London Stock Exchange Group
David is an experienced Market Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in financial markets and the information technology & services industry. He is also a finance professional skilled in Interest Rate Risk Management, Banking, Foreign Exchange (FX) Options, Fixed Income & Interest rates and Bonds.
Deadline for Registration and Payment: 12 June 2023 or quota is full (whichever is applicable)
Participants are entitled to receive 1 CPD (TMA) credit upon completion of the seminar. TMA is the administrator for the Enhanced Competency Framework on Treasury Management (ECF-TM) and a recognized institution of Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) for providing continuing professional development (CPD) activities. The CPD hours can be used to meet the CPD requirements of the ECF-TM and the SFC. To qualify for the CPD credits or attendance certificate of the seminar, all participants have to sign-in and sign-out. We regret that neither CPD nor attendance certificate will be given to those who are late for the seminar or leave early. TMA Office will update TMA Individual Members’ CPD record after the seminar is held.