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Why your asset management business should be introducing a fixed income course

While fixed income funds are commonly used by asset management businesses of all sizes across the world, individual corporations will use them in different ways to maximise success.

Fixed income funds allow investors to front capital to allow businesses to secure funding for projects or specific operations, receiving regular fixed interest payments in return over a specified period of time, until it reaches maturity, whereby investors are repaid the principal amount they had invested.

In asset management, fixed income products can be used to serve a number of investment objectives including asset specific research, managing inflation and maximising strategic bond funds.

For a business to develop an in-depth knowledge of how fixed incomes are used by employees at all levels to communicate with colleagues and clients, sufficient training should be prioritised, meaning that implementing a fixed income course should be considered by current business leaders.

To maximise learning retention as well as the development of commercial skills in the workplace, businesses can utilise modern, experiential learning methods to ensure that all employees possess the relevant knowledge of how fixed income funds are used to help the business to progress.

What is a fixed income course and why should businesses introduce one?

Fixed income funds, particularly in asset management, are used to enable businesses to carry out long term projects and operations. They must be carefully constructed and implemented in order to secure a return on investment.

When it comes to workplace training, a useful fixed income course will provide employees with the necessary commercial skills to be able to interpret news and research and its impact on fixed income markets, as well as understanding fixed income fact sheets and performance reports directly related to the business.

The benefit of implementing a fixed income course is that employees will be able to articulate and discuss funds with colleagues, as well as with clients and third parties, allowing all to work collaboratively in order to improve operations.

How can experiential learning programmes improve training?

Traditional methods of workplace training may provide employees with the relevant information they need on how fixed income funds are used within the business, but they may prove ineffective in maximising learning retention long term.

Experiential learning methods, however, allow employees to actively participate in tasks and activities related to the business. Utilising a range of simulations and interactive exercises, individuals will be able to attempt to communicate specific information on fixed incomes in a controlled, risk-free environment, allowing them to reflect on their performance and later draw on their experiences in real-time.

Here at MDA Training, our fixed income courses are designed to replace jargon with everyday language and improve employee confidence in the workplace. Focused on specific areas related to the business, including high yield bonds, metrics, fact sheets and fund performance, we can construct a training programme to suit the needs of our clients. For more information, please visit our fixed income section.

Developing the commercial skills of employees in regards to their fixed income capabilities will no doubt be on the agenda for any innovative business leader. Processes can continually be improved, however, by embracing modern experiential learning methods to secure a significant return on investment.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING METHODS WE UTILISE IN OUR FIXED INCOME COURSES, CONTACT MDA TRAINING TODAY.

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