The Dictionary of Financial Risk Management

The Dictionary of Financial Risk Management

Hardback Frank J. Fabozzi Library

By (author) Gary L. Gastineau, By (author) Mark P. Kritzman

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  • Publisher: Frank J. Fabozzi Associates
  • Format: Hardback | 346 pages
  • Dimensions: 185mm x 261mm x 23mm | 839g
  • Publication date: 30 November 1999
  • Publication City/Country: Pennsylvania
  • ISBN 10: 1883249570
  • ISBN 13: 9781883249571
  • Edition: 3
  • Edition statement: 3rd edition
  • Sales rank: 989,214

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Gary Gastineau and Mark Kritzman team up once again for the third edition of this classic reference tool designed for financial analysts and managers. Anyone involved in financial risk management must have a proper understanding of the words, terms, and phrases used in this fast paced field-and Dictionary of Financial Risk Management clearly provides that understanding. Risk management terminology is a part of almost any financial operation, including cash, forwards/futures, swaps, options-and is found in many disciplines: probability and statistics, tax and financial accounting, and law. The vocabulary of the risk manager continues to expand with the creation of new products and new concepts. This volume carefully defines and illustrates all the words and phrases that financial professionals need to know and understand. The Dictionary of Financial Risk Management includes listings of common acronyms, profit/loss diagrams of new financial instruments, and extensive coverage of derivatives and quantitative techniques. This invaluable reference guide provides comprehensive definitions of the key terms and concepts that many financial professionals need to know on a day-to-day basis.

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Gary L. Gastineau is Senior Vice President, New Product Developmentat the American Stock Exchange. He is also an Adjunct Professor atThe Center for Technology and Financial Services at the PolytechnicInstitute, and an independent risk management consultant. Gastineauis the author of several books and is on the editorial board ofseveral journals, including the Financial Analysts Journal, theJournal of Portfolio Management, the Journal of Derivatives, andDerivatives Quarterly. He holds an MBA from the Harvard BusinessSchool. Mark P. Kritzman is the Managing Partner of Windham CapitalManagement in Boston, which specializes in asset allocation andcurrency management. He has contributed numerous articles toprofessional and academic journals and has authored several books.Kritzman is on the review board of the Institute of CharteredFinancial Analysts' Research Foundation and is a member of theeditorial boards of the Financial Analysts Journal and Journal ofDerivatives. He earned an MBA with distinction from New YorkUniversity.

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Gary Gastineau and Mark Kritzman team up once again for the third edition of this classic reference tool designed for financial analysts and managers. Anyone involved in financial risk management must have a proper understanding of the words, terms, and phrases used in this fast paced field-and Dictionary of Financial Risk Management clearly provides that understanding. Risk management terminology is a part of almost any financial operation, including cash, forwards/futures, swaps, options-and is found in many disciplines: probability and statistics, tax and financial accounting, and law. The vocabulary of the risk manager continues to expand with the creation of new products and new concepts. This volume carefully defines and illustrates all the words and phrases that financial professionals need to know and understand. The Dictionary of Financial Risk Management includes listings of common acronyms, profit/loss diagrams of new financial instruments, and extensive coverage of derivatives and quantitative techniques. This invaluable reference guide provides comprehensive definitions of the key terms and concepts that many financial professionals need to know on a day-to-day basis.