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  • I have always wanted to write a book that would be different from every other book on the market. There are no basic money management books that provide the tools and resources to determine and quantify answers to personal financial situations and most people’s pressing financial problems. There are countless personal finance books on the market, but many do not address how to quantify the specifics of each situation to make the decisions that will help you achieve your financial objectives and attain financial freedom....

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  • Tham khảo sách 'the personal finance calculator', tài chính - ngân hàng, tài chính doanh nghiệp phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The properties of nonsophisticated borrowers’ competitive-equilibrium contracts, and the restriction disallowing disproportionately large penalties for deferring small amounts of repayment, have close parallels in real-life credit markets and their regulation. As has been noted by researchers, the baseline repayment terms in credit-card and subprime mortgage contracts are typically quite strict, and there are large penalties for deviating from these terms.

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  • Chapter 20 - Managing credit risk on the balance sheet. This chapter provided an in-depth look at the measurement and on-balance-sheet management of credit risks. The chapter then discussed the role of credit analysis and how it differs across different types of loans, especially mortgage loans, individual loans, mid-market corporate loans, and large corporate loans.

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  • Chapter 24 - Managing risk off the balance sheet with loan sales and securitization. This chapter discussed the increasing role of loan sales in addition to the legal and regulatory factors that are likely to affect the future growth of this market. The chapter also discussed three major forms of securitization pass-through securities, collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs), and mortgage-backed bonds and described recent innovations in the securitization of other FI assets.

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  • Knowledgeable consumers who make informed choices are essential to an effective and efficient marketplace. In classical economics, informed consumers provide the checks and balances that keep unscrupulous sellers out of the market.

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  • The income-generating assets of a company are pooled separately from its balance sheet into a special-purpose vehicle (SPV), and the SPV issues a security backed by the cash flow to be generated by such assets and sells the security to investors. This method is called "securitization." And the security issed through such a proces is generally called a "securitized product." Business enterprises use their assets- such as auto loans, mortgage loans, lease receivables, business loans, and commerical real astate- as collateral to back up their securitized products.

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  • Diamond and Rajan (2009) argue that securitisation also plays an important role in the transmission of interest rate shocks to the housing market. Securitisation allows banks to share risks by moving them off their balance sheets. This leads to an increase in banks' risk appetite and strengthens the `risk-taking channel' described above. To the extent that banks become more lenient in their lending standards, the 'nancial accelerator' effect may be strengthened as well.

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  • Targeting households and firms: influencing location choices. The demand side of balanced urban development involves measures to influence where households and firms choose to locate in an urban area. Although they are not yet well established, particularly in the developing countries, policies to influence location choices have led to some interesting experiments, including a “reverse” zoning scheme in the Netherlands (the “ABC” policy) and a mortgage instrument based on “location efficiency” in the United States.

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  • The current financial crisis occurred after a long and remarkable period of growth and innovation in our financial markets. New financial instruments allowed credit risks to be spread widely, enabling investors to diversify their portfolios in new ways and enabling banks to shed exposures that had once stayed on their balance sheets. Through securitization, mortgages and other loans could be aggregated with similar loans and sold in tranches to a large and diverse pool of new investors with different risk preferences.

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  • An important factor to consider when taking out a loan is whether the loan is secured or unsecured. Examples of secured loans are personal loans (secured on wages), car loans (secured on the car) and mortgage loans (secured on the property). Examples of unsecured loans are credit card balances and overdrafts. Having a secured loan is usually cheaper than an unsecured loan.  Repayment Methods Most personal loans in Bahrain are amortised. The amortisation payment (installment) includes repayment of part of the principal and the month’s interest for the loan.

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  • Now suppose some upsetting event, such as a crash in home prices makes all mortgage related assets on bank balance sheets suspect. Then counter party risk becomes acute, and banks become less willing to lend to each other unsecured. Because the LIBOR market is unsecured, one very rough measure of counterparty risk from the U.S. housing crash is the difference between the federal funds rate, which is fully secured by repo agreements based mainly on Treasury bonds as the collateral, and the unsecured LIBOR.

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  • The contraction of the ABCP market suggests an explanation for why bank balance sheets have not (so far) contracted as sharply as they did in 1998. The beginnings of the credit problems of 2007 were fi rst manifested by falling prices of securities that are associated with the subprime sector. For instance, the ABX indices started to fall in June of 2007. The ABX indices track the credit default swaps (CDS) associated with various rated tranches of collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) written on subprime mortgages, and are compiled by the London fi rm Markit.

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  • In the U.K., the owners’ equity as a percentage of household real estate is not calculated in the Households’ net worth by asset and year statistics, unlike in the U.S Balance Sheet of Households and Nonprofit Organizations9 . However one can deduce from the available U.K. data that new housing starts from 2008 till 2011 have not led to an increased level of outstanding home loans. This means that individual households have repaid home mortgages and saved more to an extent of about £78.8 billion for the four year period 2008 to 2011. At the same time they have...

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  • Virtually any financial arrangement involving the current transfer of resources from a lender to a borrower, with a transfer back at some time in the future, is a form of bond. Car loans, home mortgages, even credit card balances all create a loan from a financial intermediary to an individual making a purchase. Governments and large corporations sell bonds when they need to borrow,... In this lesson will introduce bonds and bonds pricing, inviting you refer.

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  • Only loans that meet the definition of a security are in the scope of ASC 320. Although certain loans can be readily converted into securities (e.g., loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration or conforming mortgage loans), a loan is not within the scope of ASC 320 until it has been securitized. The accounting by creditors for impairment of certain loans is addressed by ASC 310-10, and is applicable to all creditors and to all loans except (i) large groups of smaller-balance homogeneous loans that are collectively evaluated for impairment (i.e.

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  • Ameliorating these incentive problems should be a central component of any post-crisis strategy to better manage credit risk and set future financial sector growth on a stable footing. This paper examines the case for a statutory covered bonds mortgage funding framework as a possible approach to achieving this objective. Part of the appeal of covered bonds derives from their basic financial structure. They combine the scale advantages of capital market funding with on-balance sheet credit risk management by the lender.

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