FINC 3380: Fixed Income Securities
3 hours; 3 credits
This class introduces students to the valuation and application of fixed income securities and their derivatives. The course topics include bond valuation, measuring price sensitivity, yield curve construction, and risk inherent to fixed income securities such as interest risk, credit risk, and illiquidity risk. Students will learn how to apply analytical tools used in valuation, term structure modeling, and risk management.
Prerequisite: Finance 3330 and Mathematics 1231
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