Formation
Formation
& Examen
Examen
EN
Cours du jour
1 h
BQ031CJ
40,00 EUR

Objectives


After this course, you will understand the operating principles and organisation of the share market, having analysed:

  • The source and development of variable incomethese securities
  • The players and parties involved
  • The basic characteristics of shares (physical presentation, types of shares, shares which do or do not represent capital…) and the regulatory aspects relating to their issue
  • The various types of share markets and categories, not forgetting the new market organisations including requirements laid down by MIF 2 (MIFIR and MiFID 2)
  • The main corporate actions (CAs) on these securities (simple and complex corporate actions)
  • The risks involved in investing in shares
  • The rights and obligations of shareholders
  • The main tools for valuing a share
  • The main area of use in the banking and financial field


Programme


  • The origins of variable income securities
  • International development and changes in the equity market
  • IMPACT AND CONSTRAINTS OF MIFIR AND MIFID I AND II IN TERMS OF MARKET ORGANISATION AND TRANSPARENCY
  • Remuneration of the bank
  • DESCRIPTION OF DISINTERMEDIATION
  • Types of players and parties involved
  • Basic characteristics
  • THE VARIOUS TYPES OF MARKETS AND INDICES
  • ORGANISATION OF AN EQUITY MARKET
    • Conditions of admission
    • Flotation procedures
    • Listing
    • Settlement and delivery
  • SHARE ISSUES ON FORMATION OF A COMPANY AND REGULATORY ASPECTS
  • THE VARIOUS TYPES OF SHARES
  • THE MAIN CORPORATE ACTIONS - CAs
    • Increase in capital
    • Detachment of dividend
    • Takeover bid, share exchange, public buyback offer
  • TOPOGRAPHY AND ASSESSMENT OF THE RISKS INHERENT IN AN INVESTMENT IN SHARES
  • RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE SHAREHOLDER
  • IMPORTANCE OF FINANCIAL INFORMATION
  • THE PRINCIPLES AND FOUNDATIONS OF VALUING A SHARE
  • REMUNERATION OF THE BANK

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