The market is so large and so different from the other markets that it has its own language. A new person trying to trade derivatives may not even understand the information that is being offered to them.
By their very nature, these instruments are designed to meet the special-situation needs of investors and issuers; hence they are ever-changing.
Participants will learn investors' and issuers motivations, and the pricing and risk aspects of the products. We'll illustrate the different classes of structured products with many current examples including those offered by CSFB, a leader in the business.
Interest Rate Derivatives In this module participants gain an overview of the range of fixed-income hedging techniques offered by CSFB to investor and borrower clients. Beginning with the fundamental measures of interest-rate exposure such as duration, convexity and the "greeks," we explore the world of swaps, bond futures and options, FRAs and swaptions, caps and floors, and more.
We'll learn how to immunize a fixed-income portfolio using interest rate derivatives and how, using these tools, the bank can offer investor clients a much wider range of protections and opportunities than would otherwise be available.
Participants in each module will be provided with a package of materials relating to the subject matter, including pertinent articles, case studies based on actual deals, deal memoranda, and sample spreadsheets. Our time together will be divided into lecture-discussions, hands-on exercises, and summary reviews.
These will give participants a chance to demonstrate their understanding of the techniques and client applications, with an emphasis on the risk measurement and management dimensions.Equity In accounting and finance, equity is the residual value or interest of the most junior class of investors in assets, after all liabilities are paid; if liability exceeds assets, negative equity exists.
Finance students also study the valuation and application of equity, fixed income, and derivative securities, foreign exchange and commodities markets, and the functions of financial institutions.
Emphasis is placed on a strong understanding of both the core concepts and the analytical methods of . Derivatives can be used in hedging through the acquisition of a derivative with the characteristic that changes in the value of the derivative are expected to offset changes in .
The case describes the issues arising in Private Equity Partnerships once multiple funds have been raised and are being managed by the same set of partners.
In addition, one LP is in financial distress. Structured Equity Investment Strategies for Long-Term Asian Investors August Structured Equity Investment Strategies for Long-Term Asian Investors — August This publication presents the results of structured equity investment strategies.
In case of derivatives market, these assets are derivatives. The purpose of the market maker is to provide liquidity to the market. Let’s say that you wanted to sell off a derivative security that you had and you go to the market. Book Description. Fully revised and updated from the hugely popular first edition, this book is an accessible and convenient one-volume introduction to international capital markets, ideal for those entering or planning to enter investment banking or asset management. Equity Derivatives- Comparative and Critical Analysis from Bse to Nse the underlying asset. The underlying assets i.e. shares, bonds, commodities etc, on case of pepper derivatives, pepper in futures the underlying asset is pepper. Due to change in interest rates, foreign exchange rates and in To examine the structure of equity.
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