BSE's Certificate on Derivatives Exchange (BCDE) - English
BSE's Certificate on Derivatives Exchange (BCDE)- English
BSE Institute Ltd. conducts a test of 100 marks consisting of 60 questions. The questions are objective type having multiple choices, with a provision of negative marks for wrong answers.
BCDE is awarded to only those candidates who obtain a minimum of 60% marks. There is no minimum eligibility criterion for taking the test.
To educate about the functioning of derivatives markets, the features of various products, the classification of products, the regulatory framework and the margining mechanism
Characteristics of derivatives, Underlying assets (Equity Bonds/loans, Foreign Currency, and Commodity) Need for derivatives, Types of derivatives and comparison between them, Forwards/ Futures/ Options, Participants in derivatives market (Hedgers, Speculators, Arbitrageurs).
Terminology - Spot, future price, contract specifications, contract cycle, expiry date, settlement date, basis, mark to market, Contract specification for BSE Sensex, Tick size, Types of orders, Trading strategies, Hedging Strategies, Initial, Maintenance Margins, Executing and Clearing, Execution, Matching confirmation, Clearing Mechanism, Settlement, Settlement price, Settlement cycle, Cash Vs. Physical delivery, "Open interest" and "Trading volumes".
Terminology - call, put, writer, buyer, premium, intrinsic value, time value, expiry date, settlement date, strike price, ATM, OTM & ITM, The Greeks - (Delta, Gamma, Theta, Vega).
Types of risks (Counter-party or credit risks, Market or price risks, Liquidity risks, Legal and regulatory risks, Operating risks), Risk identification and measurement, Methods of risk control (Position limits, VAR, Margins, Operating Procedures and systems etc.), Separation of trading, settlement, accounting and risk control functions, Internal control structure and Management Information System, Regulatory and external reporting.
SCRA/Regulatory changes made and required, SEBI Act, LC. Gupta Committee report, Bye laws and special regulatory requirements of the derivatives market, Rights and obligations in broker-client relationships, Accounting of derivatives (Treatment of margins, Valuation and accounting of closing position), Taxation of derivatives.
Derivatives Dealers, Stock Brokers, High Net Worth Investors, Custodians, Mutual Funds, Portfolio Managers, Insurance Companies, Banks, Financial Institutions and Management Students.
Rs.1000.00 + Applicable Taxes and Study Material in soft copy
BSE Institute Ltd (BIL), is a wholly owned subsidiary of BSE Ltd, and a niche player in providing specialized educational programs, training and certification in Capital Markets. As part of its Go Green Initiative, BIL shall be taking various initiatives to discourage the Carbon Emission. As a first step, all participants of BSE Certification on Financial Market (BCFM) Exam given below; those who had enrolled will be able to access the respective Study Material.
Candidates interested in taking the test at any of the centres i.e Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi and Kolkata can make online payment of Rs. 1,150/- through BSE payment gateway by using Credit Card / Debit Card. Candidate can also approach the respective centres with a DD of Rs.1,150/- drawn in favour of “BSE Institute Ltd.” payable at the respective Centre
Fees once paid will not be refunded, validity period for the Fees would be 180 days from the date of the payment.
Phone: 022 – 2272 8856 / 6535 5888
For conducting Certification Examination for 25 or more candidates, contact:
Govind Singh Sailoni 022 – 2272 8062