Derivative assets

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  • World Map Financial Derivatives Financial derivatives are financial instruments that are linked to a specific financial instrument or indicator or commodity, and through which specific financial risks can be traded in financial markets in their own right. Transactions in financial derivatives should be treated as separate transactions rather than as integral parts of the value of underlying transactions to which they may be linked. The value of a financial derivative derives from the price of an underlying item, such as an asset or index.

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  • The increasing globalisation of financial markets led companies in many countries to apply from 2005 the IFRS principles. The main goal of IFRS is to safeguard investors by achieving uniformity and transparency in the accounting principles. One of the most challenging aspects of the IFRS rules is the accounting treatment of derivatives, a challenge that has strengthened the relationship between risk management and accounting.

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  • This title sets out to equip the lay reader with a clear and thorough explanation of financial derivatives and how they work. It features an introduction to the entire realm of derivatives, utilising a range of real life examples to provide a broad outlook on the subject matter which is global in perspective. It also presents a lucid conceptual background to derivatives by avoiding unecessary technical details.

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  • A long futures hedge is appropriate when you know you will purchase an asset in the future and want to lock in the price. A short futures hedge is appropriate when you know you will sell an asset in the future & want to lock in the price.

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  • Barings Bank was established in London in 1763 as a merchant bank, which allowed it to accept deposits and provide financial services to its clients as well as trade on its own account, assuming risk by buying and selling common real estate and financial assets. In early 1980, Barings set up brokerage operations in Japan. With its success in Japan, Barings decided to expand to Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia and several other Asian countries.

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  • Interest is a fee paid by a borrower of assets to the owner as a form of compensation for the use of the assets. It is most commonly the price paid for the use of borrowed mone or money earned by deposited funds. When money is borrowed, interest is typically paid to the lender as a percentage of the principal, the amount owed to the lender.

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  • A futures contract with an underlying instrument that pays interest. An interest rate future is a contract between the buyer and seller agreeing to the future delivery of any interest-bearing asset. The interest rate future allows the buyer and seller to lock in the price of the interest-bearing asset for a future date.

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  • A futures contract with an underlying instrument that pays interest. An interest rate future is a contract between the buyer and seller agreeing to the future delivery of any interest-bearing asset. This chapter presents the following content: To day count conventions, treasury bond price quotes in the U.S, treasury bonds futures, cheapest to deliver bonds, exercises & problems.

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  • Basics of Corporate Finance serves as an introductory course for students beginning their study of finance and financial markets. The ideas and calculations presented in this workbook serve as the foundation for continued study in the areas related to corporate finance and the capital and derivative markets. The purpose of this course is to help the student build a working vocabulary of the financial world and to understand the basic computations used by analysts working in the corporate finance field.

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  • Copula Methods in Finance is the first book to address the mathematics of copula functions illustrated with finance applications. It explains copulas by means of applications to major topics in derivative pricing and credit risk analysis. Examples include pricing of the main exotic derivatives (barrier, basket, rainbow options) as well as risk management issues. Particular focus is given to the pricing of asset-backed securities and basket credit derivative products and the evaluation of counterparty risk in derivative transactions....

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  • Over the past few decades, research in …nancial economics has taken a high e¤ort to increase the understanding of the volatility patterns of stock market returns. Indeed, good knowledge of return volatility is crucial for portfolio choice, risk management and derivatives asset pricing. Perhaps the most robust empirical regularity of stock return volatility is volatility clustering. As …rst noted by Mandelbrot (1963) when referring to stock market returns, "large changes tend to be followed by large changes, of either sign, and small changes tend to be followed by small changes".

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  • This multiple-case study focuses on the practices and functions of customer reference marketing, and on the ways through which customer references can be deployed as marketing assets. The research is based on multiple-case-study methodology and the empirical findings were derived from an in-depth analysis of 38 semi-structured personal interviews with managers in four case companies operating in the fields of process and information technology.

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  • Chapter 9 - Derivatives: futures, options, and swaps. In this chapter, students will be able to understand: Derivatives transfer risk from one person or firm to another; futures contracts are standardized contracts for the delivery of a specified quantity of a commodity or financial instrument on a prearranged future date, at an agreed-upon price; options give the buyer (option holder) a right and the seller (option writer) an obligation to buy or sell an underlying asset at a predetermined price on or before a fixed future date;...

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  • ATP is Denmark‟s largest pension fund with total assets of more than EUR 66 billion. As of 31 December 2009 ATP‟s infrastructure investments equated to 1.8% of the total portfolio. With just below 3% committed. ATP does not have a target for its infrastructure investments but has an overall target of 25- 30% of its risk budget to inflation class. ATP Pension Fund has invested in renewable energy infrastructure and technology, such as solar wind and hydro, as well as emerging technologies, such as biofuels and biomass for a long time. ATP invested DK 600 million in renewable...

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  • Charities Invest in Volunteers in a Variety of Ways. Thus far, we have discussed investments in paid staff and in volunteer management practices. Hiring someone who has training in volunteer management also demonstrates a greater investment in volunteer management. To derive an overall assessment of investment in volunteer management, we combined these three items into a single measure, describe below. Investments and Benefits Vary Together. We expect that the charities that invest in volunteers will be those that say they derive greatest benefits from volunteers.

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  • Chapter 9 - The capital asset pricing model. This chapter contains additional material on the “art” of selecting reasonable parameter values for portfolio construction, and a discussion of what can go wrong when inputs are derived solely from recent historical experience.

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  • Chapter 10 - Derivative securities markets. In this chapter, we introduced the major derivative securities and the markets in which they trade. Derivative securities (forwards, futures, options, and swaps) are securities whose value depends on the value of an underlying asset but whose payoff is not guaranteed with cash flows from these assets.

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  • (bq) part 2 book “fixed income analysis” has contents: valuing mortgage-backed and asset-backed securities, interest rate derivative instruments, valuation of interest rate derivative instruments, general principles of credit analysis, introduction to bond portfolio management,… and other contents.

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