2002 ISDA Master Agreement

Long course


This course will take you through:

  • A clause by clause review of the 2002 ISDA® Master Agreement.
  • Commentary on the Schedule and its common provisions.
  • Commentary on legal and credit issues relating to this Master Agreement.
  • A summary of the main differences between the 1992 and 2002 versions of the Master Agreement.

What is the course like?

This course is in modular form with multiple choice questions throughout. You learn in stages, so you are only able to proceed with the training once the questions have been answered correctly.

Is there an exam?

At the end of the training is an ISDA® Master Agreement Schedule negotiation exercise which represents a practical opportunity to apply what you have learned.

What do I get at the end of the course?

The completed negotiation exercise submitted is appraised by the Course Director who will then provide you with a model answer and a certificate stating you have completed the course and the mark received for your negotiation exercise answer.

Please be advised that our online training courses are not sponsored by or affiliated with the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc ("ISDA®")

Why not try before you buy?

To try a demo of this ISDA® Master Agreement online training course, please complete the demo request form and we will send you login details to access the course demo. 

Is it for me?

It’s designed to help ISDA negotiators, Legal Counsel and documentation specialists but it is delivered in plain English and will also suit Risk Managers, Collateral Management Specialists, front/middle/back office staff and anyone else who wants to gain an understanding of the documentation in occasional negotiations or because you want to develop a new career in ISDA documentation.

Why should I choose an online training course?

With our online training courses you benefit from:

  • Expert tuition from a well-known author in this field.
  • Learning at your own pace within a 4-month timescale rather than facing possible information overload on a 1 day course.
  • Accessing the course at home, at work or anywhere you have internet access from a PC, tablet or mobile.
  • Competitive cost compared to external courses.
  • (For organisations) the opportunity to reduce outsourcing costs through trained staff.