Handbook of Finance
Handbook of Finance
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DescriptionThe Handbook of Finance is a comprehensive 3-Volume Set that covers both established and cutting-edge theories and developments in finance and investing. Edited by Frank Fabozzi, this set includes valuable insights from global financial experts as well as academics with extensive experience in this field. Organized by topic, this comprehensive resource contains complete coverage of essential issues—from portfolio construction and risk management to fixed income securities and foreign exchange—and provides readers with a balanced understanding of today’s dynamic world of finance. A brief look at each volume:
Volume I: Financial Markets and Instruments skillfully covers the general characteristics of different asset classes, derivative instruments, the markets in which financial instruments trade, and the players in those markets.
Volume II: Investment Management and Financial Management focuses on the theories, decisions, and implementations aspects associated with both financial management and investment management.
Volume III Valuation, Financial Modeling, and Quantitative Tools contains the most comprehensive coverage of the analytical tools, risk measurement methods, and valuation techniques currently used in the field of finance.
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Guide to the Handbook of Finance.
Volume I. Financial Markets And Instruments.
I.1 Market Players and Markets.
I.2 Common Stock.
I.2.1 Cash Instruments.
I.2.2 Equity Derivatives.
I.3 Fixed Income Instruments.
I.3.2 Nonmortgage Related Fixed Income Securities and Money Market Instruments.
I.3.3 Structured Products.
I.3.4 Fixed Income and Inflation Derivatives.
I.3.5 Bond Market.
I.4. Real Estate.
I.5 Alternative Investments.
I.6 Investment Companies, ETFs, and Life Insurance Products.
I.7 Foreign Exchange.
I.8 Inflation-Hedging Products.
I.9 Securities Finance.
Volume II. Financial Management And Asset Management.
II.1 Investment Management.
II.1.2 Asset Allocation.
II.1.3 Portfolio Construction.
II.1.4 Performance Analysis.
II.2 Equity Portfolio Management.
II.3 Fixed Income Portfolio Management.
II.4 Alternative Investments.
II.5 Corporate Finance.
II.5.2 Capital Structure and Dividend Policy.
II.5.3 Capital Budgeting.
II.5.4 Structured Finance.
II.5.5 Working Capital Management.
II.5.6 Mergers and Acquisitions.
Volume III. Valuation, Financial Modeling, And Quantitative Tools.
III.1 Risk Management.
III.1.1 General Principles.
III.1.2 Risk Models.
III.1.3 Fixed Income Risk Management.
III.2 Interest Rate Modeling.
III.3 Credit Risk Modeling and Analysis.
III.4.1 Equity Valuation.
III.4.2 Valuing Fixed Income Securities.
III.4.3 Derivatives Valuation.
III.4.4 Valuing Commodity, Foreign Exchange and Real Estate Products.
III.5 Mathematical Tools and Techniques for Financial Modeling and Analysis.
III.5.1 Basic Tools and Analysis.
III.5.2 Statistical Tools.
III.5.3 Optimization and Simulation Tools.