This course is a firsthand account of what an analyst does in capital markets. In this course, we use an explain, explore, and do approach.
First, we will establish our bearings by explaining what the DCM and ECM teams do and how they fit into the broader operations of an investment bank. Afterward, we explore the subunits in DCM, and how they work together to achieve the core purpose of a capital markets team: to introduce new securities into the market. During the course of understanding the processes involved in bringing securities to market, we will learn the key skills you need to be successful at each stage of a career in this group. Then we switch gears into the ‘do’ portion of our course. In the final chapter of this course, you will immerse yourself in the role and do what a capital markets analyst does on a typical day: build a DCM update for a broader pitchbook.
to DCM and ECM course is perfect for anyone who is considering a career in origination, or generally on the sell-side of capital markets. This course is
designed to equip you with the knowledge that you would gain after being 2
years into the job.
Why stop here? Expand your skills and show your expertise with the professional certifications, specializations, and CPE credits you’re already on your way to earning.