Principles of Municipals
*Early Registration discount expires on April 20, 2012
For more information about this course, please contact Annie Chow via e-mail or at
Duration: 2 days
CE Credits: 13
Course Overview: The course will be a combination of lecture, group and individual exercises and group discussion. Multiple case studies will be used throughout the course to highlight specific learning points. S & P Capital IQ’s products will be discussed when appropriate. This course does not teach Standard & Poor’s credit ratings criteria or methodologies.
Course Agenda Overview
Session 1: Overview of the Municipal Market
Session 2: Types of Municipal Debt
Session 3: Fundamental Analysis of the Municipal Market
Session 4: Financial Analysis
Session 5: Overview of Ratings and Their Implications
Session 6: Early Warning Signs of Credit Distress
Session 7: Market Trends and Outlook
Session 8: Develop and Defend a Municipal Credit Rationale
If you have any questions about this course, please send an e-mail or call
Please Note: Course agenda is subject to change without notice. The course curriculum does not cover the ratings criteria, methodologies, or applications of Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services.
*Early registration discount is available through April 20, 2012.
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