Board Book - 1994
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Leveraged Finance is a comprehensive guide to the instruments and markets that finance much of corporate America. Presented in five sections, this reliable resource-which contains the in-depth insights of Stephen Antczak, Douglas Lucas, and Frank Fabozzi-covers topics ranging from the basics of bonds and loans to more advanced issues such as valuing credit default swaps, default correlations among collateralized loan obligations, and hedging strategies across corporate capital structures.

Additional topics touched upon include basic corporate credit analysis, relative value analysis, and various trading strategies used by investors, such as hedging credit risk with the equity derivatives of a different company.

Along the way, this reliable resource:

Presents real-market examples of how you can identify investment opportunities and express your views on the market or specific companies through trading strategies Examines various underlying assets-loans, corporate bonds, and much more Offers an overview of synthetic and structured products such as CDS, LCDS, CDX, LCDX, and CLOs

Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Leveraged Finance has the information you need to succeed in today's dynamic financial arena.

Publisher: London : Andersen Press, c1994.
ISBN: 9780862645144
Characteristics: [14] p. :,col. ill. ;,17 cm.


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