IGP-KSU Risk Management
IGP-KSU Risk Management Course
Full Course: August 7-11, 2017
course minimum 8 participants
IGP's Risk Management short course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains, commodity traders and bankers. The course focuses on the principles of risk management and commodity price control through the principles of hedging and utilization of various hedging strategies.
Course topics: Why have futures markets - relationship between cash and futures markets, fundamental and technical analysis, futures spread s principles of hedging, principles of risk management and basis trading. Principles of futures and option trading, OTC trading, the Greeks, futures put and call strategies for hedging, spreads and butterflies. The last day of the intermediate course will include a futures trading simulation.
The course is split into two parts; Basic and Advanced. The 3-day Basic section covers the principles of futures trading and hedging. The 2-day Advanced section deals with risk management through the use of options and OTC markets. The focus of both course sections is to teach participants not just how to trade commodity futures and options; buy why and when to do so.
Who should attend: Domestic and international grain/soybean traders, commodity procurement managers, bankers and financial specialists, government officials and others responsible for commodity supply chain management and cost control.
The IGP Institute reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses if minimum enrollment numbers are not met. If a course is cancelled, participants will be refunded 100% of their tuition. If a course is rescheduled, participants will have the opportunity to have 100% of their registration fees applied to the rescheduled course, or receive a full refund.
Upon request, refunds for withdrawal made prior to fifteen days before a course start date will be fully refunded, minus a 100 processing fee. Participants also have the option to roll registration to another course if used within one calendar year from the start of the course. Registrations can be transferred to other individuals upon approval.
Requests made fourteen days or less before a course start date will be not be refunded.