TSI stands for high quality in the securitisation market. An essential instrument for this is its differentiated training and event programme through which it reaches far more than 1,000 participants from all market sectors every year. We have compiled an overview of how our events are structured and which target groups they are aimed at below to help you select the right events.
With the module ‘Compact overview of securitisation and sustainable finance from a practical perspective’, the new TSI Basic Training offers a general overview for all specialists and managers of the financial sector who also want to get an in-depth overview of the topics of securitisation in the context of sustainable finance. No prior securitisation-specific knowledge required. Duration: three quarters of a day.
The TSI Advanced Training series offers modules on asset and finance-specific topics. The topics ‘Securitisation of leasing and trade receivables’ and ’Supply chain finance’ are on the agenda for 2022. These advanced training courses are aimed at bank and corporate staff involved in structured finance and securitisation, investors and transaction parties, as well as risk managers and staff from regulatory authorities and audit firms who want to get an up-to-date overview of what is happening in the market and transaction-related details. Duration: one day.
The TSI Special Training series offers three modules of intensive training in true sale securitisation, synthetic securitisation and SRT, and cash flow modelling:
Both seminars are aimed at employees of originators, investors and transaction parties involved in structured finance and securitisations, as well as risk managers and employees of supervisory authorities and audit firms who want to deal with these topics in depth.
The TSI Workshops address trends and current topics in the areas of Capital Markets Union, Structured Finance, Sustainable Finance and Alternative Credit Transfer, which in particular offer new market opportunities. These events are aimed at structured finance professionals from banks and corporates, investors and transaction parties, representatives of law firms and regulatory, policy and audit staff. Duration: half day to full day.
The TSI Conferences pick up on central topics of the current year and bring together the relevant experts in order to support not only technically sound information but also the exchange and formation of opinions among market participants. These events are also aimed at specialists and (senior level) managers from banks and companies, investors and transaction parties, representatives of law firms as well as regulatory, policy and audit staff who are involved in structured financing. Duration: one day with networking opportunities.
The TSI Congress is a 1.5-day hybrid capital markets congress with a pre-congress event in Berlin around the topics of securitisation, asset-based and sustainable finance, other forms of credit transfer as well as regulation and developments in the course of the Capital Markets Union and the transformation of Europe towards a sustainable economy.
The annual TSI Congress is supported by the entire securitisation and asset-based finance industry as well as by politics and business. It is where specialists and executives, managing directors, partners and board members from the areas of credit and credit portfolio management, risk management, law and regulation, commerce, treasury in banks, specialists from law firms, auditing firms and rating agencies, from business services and consulting companies as well as investors from Germany and abroad and CFOs and treasurers of the major corporates meet. Many representatives of German business, politics (German Federal Ministry of Finance, Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Ministry of Finance of the State of Hessen), national (Deutsche Bundesbank, Federal Financial Supervisory Authority) and international supervision (ECB, EBA, ESMA) as well as academics studying the topic also use the event as a platform for communication and professional exchange.
The event is also supported by the leading associations of the real economy, such as the Federation of German Industries, the Federal Association of German Leasing Companies, the Federation of German Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services, the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the German Lawyers' Association and the German Treasurers' Association.