Get up to speed with ISDA and VM CSA in a day

Location: City of London

Next course: 7 February 2020

Price: GBP 695 + VAT (at 20% if applicable)

To download a brochure/booking form please click here: February 2020

Course Summary:

The morning session provides an introduction to the OTC derivatives market before reviewing the need to know provisions of the 2002 ISDA® Master Agreement and its Schedule. Commonly negotiated provisions and matters for credit and treasury consideration are also covered.

The afternoon session looks at the practicalities of taking collateral and provides an overview of uncleared margin requirements before moving on to a need to know analysis of the 2016® ISDA Credit Support Annex For Variation Margin (English Law).

How Will You Benefit:

  • Focussed training covering two documents in one day
  • Gain an understanding of commonly negotiated terms
  • Your questions answered

Who Should Attend:

Principally for people with 0-3 years’ experience from Financial Institutions, Investment Banks, Law Firms, Asset Managers, Hedge Funds, Corporations, Consultancy Groups and Regulators:

  • Legal Counsel
  • Documentation specialists
  • Risk Officers
  • Collateral Managers
  • Treasury Staff

About your Expert Trainer:

Ernst van den Broek has over 15 years’ experience in the financial industry and works as an interim counsel in the Netherlands.  He has worked for ING Financial Markets, NV Nuon Energy Trade & Wholesale, Rabobank International, ABN AMRO, AFM, Ministry of Finance and various other banks within both their legal and credit departments. He studied law at the University of Amsterdam and holds an MBA degree from the NIMBAS-Bradford Graduate School of Management.  He has broad experience in the field of financial and commodity trading including the negotiation of ISDA Master Agreements, CSAs, GMRAs, GMSLAs and EFETs. He provides training on all these documents and is a fluent English speaker.

Please note that Delegates are requested to bring their own copy of the 2002 ISDA® Master Agreement and 2016 ISDA® Credit Support Annex For Variation Margin under English Law.

ISDA® is a registered trademark of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. Neither this programme nor Derivatives Documentation Limited is sponsored by or affiliated with the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc.