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Publisher: McGraw-Hill School Education Group
Smithson, Charles W., Smith, Clifford W., Wilford, D. Sykes
Managing Financial Risk provides an up-to-date, comprehensive look at how derivatives can be used to manage risk & maximize value within today's highly volatile financial environment. The authors provide in-depth explanations of forwards, futures, swaps, options & "exotic" derivatives, showing how to use these instruments to hedge a firm against unexpected movements in foreign exchange rates, interest rates, & commodity prices. Invaluable to every corporate financial professional, Managing Financial Risk explains: How risk management can increase a firm's value; The variety of risk management products, including forwards, futures, swaps, options, & hybrid securities-as well as a practical approach to implementing these products in a firm; The essentials of financial engineering including how to build customized hedging instruments that accomplish an organization's specific risk management objectives.Smithson, Charles W. is the author of 'Managing Financial Risk A Guide to Derivative Products, Financial Engineering and Value Maximization' with ISBN 9780786304400 and ISBN 0786304405.
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