MiFID II - Debt Instruments (EN) (virtual classroom)

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  • Icon 30.09.2020
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240,00 EUR


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Virtual classroom

In response to the current situation related to the coronavirus COVID-19, the House of Training is delighted to announce that this training is now accessible as a virtual class.

This format, perfectly adapted to any staff member aiming to develop their skills remotely, has various benefits:

  • It allows you to train yourself while avoiding any physical movement

  • Maximum efficiency is guaranteed due to an adaptation of session durations according to this kind of training

  • Regular interaction between the trainer and the learners is assured thanks to modern technology tools

Registration is easy!

If you wish to attend this training, please click on “S'inscrire” and choose “virtual classroom”.

In order to conveniently attend the virtual classroom, kindly review the following recommendations.


Based on the ISO definition for debt instruments specifying that a debt instrument is a financial instrument evidencing monies owed by the issuer to the holder on terms as specified, the content of this module on debt instruments focuses on:

  • Main characteristics of debt instruments (based on ISO 10962)
    • Types of debt instruments - Bonds, convertible bonds, bonds with warrants attached, medium-term notes, money market instruments, structured instruments, mortgage- backed/asset-backed securities, municipal bonds
    • Attributes of debt instruments - Type of interest, guarantee, redemption method, form (bearer/registered), subordination
    • Pricing of debt instruments - Factors impacting price (e.g., ratings, yield, supply & demand), calculating the price of a debt instrument, different types of yield
    • Factors influencing the performance of a debt instrument - Spread against a benchmark (e.g., a government bond), ratings, strength of currency, market interest rates, inflation
    • Costs associated with transactions and services involving a debt instrument - Brokerage, exchange fees, transaction fees, custody fees
    • Structure of the market for debt instruments
    • Types of markets (regulated, OTC, MTF, OTF, SI) - Government bonds traded on regulated exchanges, corporate bonds traded on stock exchanges, Eurobonds traded over the counter, OTC debt instruments (e.g., collateralised debt obligations), use of MTF, OTF, SI for debt instruments
    • Primary and secondary markets - Descriptions of primary and secondary markets for Eurobonds, government bonds, corporate bonds
    • Market players - Primary market: Lead managers, syndicate members, listing agents, CSDs/ICSDs, exchanges; Secondary market: Brokers/dealers, regulated markets (e.g., exchanges), OTC, MTF, OTF, SI, paying agents, fiscal agents, CSDs/ICSDs, custodians, depositaries 
  • Financial instruments as investments
    • Market practice - Primary market - On an exchange, OTC; Secondary market - On an exchange, OTC, transaction chain of securities processing; bond lending/ borrowing, repurchase agreements; CSDs/ICSDs, custody, corporate actions (e.g., coupon payments), redemptions (including early redemptions)
    • Main risks - Default risk, spread risk, settlement risk, migration risk, liquidity risk, interest rate risk, foreign exchange risk, operational risk
    • Tax aspects - Withholding tax, capital gains tax, tax reclamation
    • Market forces that impact performance - Interest rates, inflation, currency rates, rating agencies, market liquidity
    • Understanding instrument’s performance - Changes in interest rates, duration, ratings, bond indices, variable-rate bonds
    • Documentation related to the instrument - Prospectus, programme description, pricing sheet


This module is part of the MiFID II Certification. For more details about this Certification, please click  here.

Target Audience

The persons concerned by the Training Programme are all persons placed under the authority of a professional (or acting on his behalf) subject to prudential supervision by the CSSF, i.e. individuals providing investment advice (“Advisory profile”) or information (“Information profile”) on financial instruments, investment services or ancillary services to clients.


Experienced professional specialists selected on the basis of their in-depth knowledge of markets and financial products under MiFID rules I and II, and ESMA criteria.


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mer. 30.09.2020 à 08h30

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MiFID II: Debt Instruments

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MiFID II: Debt Instruments

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    3 h

  • Lieu


    Chambre de Commerce Luxembourg

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