Join Head of Debt Capital Markets John Ricciotti and Director of Education and Research Liz Moran in our first expert series webinar for 2017
Ever wondered how our Debt Capital Markets (DCM) team carry out the vetting process, due diligence, research and credit analysis for a new corporate bond issue?
Let John and Liz guide you in the first expert series webinar for 2017. This webinar is a must for anyone who is thinking about investing in high yield, FIIG originated corporate bonds. We will explain how FIIG originated bonds are brought to the market.
Please feel free to pass on the details to any of your family and friends that may be interested.
The webinar will be hosted by Director of Education and Research Liz Moran on Thursday 2 March at 2:00pm AEDT.
About John Ricciotti
John joined FIIG in July 2014 as Head of Debt Capital Markets, with more than 18 years' experience working across global banking, investment management and professional services industries.
Prior to joining FIIG, John was most recently with Lloyds Bank where he was managing director and head of Melbourne, managing the corporate, project finance and financial institution business. John’s corporate finance experience also includes senior roles within JP Morgan and Deloitte, as well as investment management experience with the Treasury Group and the Victor Smorgon Group.
About Liz Moran
Liz is a nationally recognised expert in the fixed income asset class and is a regular contributor to The Australian. She frequently writes for and is quoted in other press.
Liz has been with FIIG for nine years and for much of that time has been a corporate and bank analyst. In recent years her passion for education has seen her role shift, to author/ edit FIIG’s “The Australian Guide to Fixed Income” and an online fixed income course for financial advisors. She continues to edit FIIG’s weekly newsletter, “The WIRE”.
In her role as Director of Education, Liz has delivered presentations at conferences across Australia.
Register here to save your seat – Tuesday 2 March 2017, 2:00pm AEDT.
Even if you can't make the webinar on the day, please register and we will send you a link once it's completed so you can listen to the recording.