Derivatives Valuation Methodologies




The application of derivatives and embedded derivatives has been integral to many companies’ strategic or financial risk management activities. Newer accounting standard, FRS 139 on Financial Instruments requires reporting entities to recognise derivatives and measure these instruments at fair value.

This course introduces you to some financial instruments and ways to value them. Managers will have the necessary skills to negotiate better for the right instruments.

 How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • To comprehend the complexities of financial instruments and derivatives instruments.
  • To be able to perform valuation on financial instruments and derivatives.

Who Should Attend

This course has been designed for:

  • Professionals seeking in- depth knowledge on the reporting and analysis of derivatives and other financial instruments in corporate reports, including audited financial statements and regulatory filings
  • Executives and Managers representing Institutional Investors such as Pension Funds, Unit Trusts Fund, Insurance Firms and Asset Management companies.
  • Treasury Operation Officers, FOREX and Money Market Managers
  • Corporate and Treasury Risk Managers
  • Accountants, Auditors, Financial Controllers and Company Analysts


  • Workshop
  • Slide presentations
  • Practical session/workshop/group discussions



Fee: RM 1,000 per pax

Loyalty Points: 1000 Points

Duration: 2 Days

Note: In-house course is available. Request it HERE


David Meow

David Meow heads a company that is incorporated by a group of professionals from various backgrounds in investment and finance. The business focus includes training and consultancy in areas related to financial planning, financial accounting, corporate finance and financial risk management. David advises and trains with several commercial banks, locally and abroad, on various issues related to financial instruments and credit analysis. He has facilitated the Credit and Financial Analysis programme initiated by Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam) and in the reconstruction of education programmes for the Economy Finance Institute, Cambodia. He was the Vice President in Education for the Malaysian Chapter of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP), the body conferring the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) title