Credit Derivaties: Techniques to Manage Credit Risk for Financial Professionals

Siegel, Paul Banks, Erik Glantz, Morton

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McGraw-Hill Professional
septembre 2006
237 × 158 × 30 cm
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Explains the major types of credit derivatives and their features, illustrating how they work in the real world through examples. This book helps readers learn the skill of pricing credit derivatives and the factors that must be taken into account, including time to maturity, probability of default, and expected recovery value.
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