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Debt Management: : A Practitioner's Guide

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This practical book provides a comprehensive prudent approach to issuing, managing and retiring corporate debt obligations, and can be used by practitioners in every industry. This book explains how companies can use debt as much more than just a source of funds. From start up to traditional blue-chip firms, debt can be a strategic financial instrument. With insights into how factors such as bond valuation methodologies, derivatives, and tax and regulatory restrictions affect the process, the authors provide practitioners in both the US and international debt markets with the information and tools needed to make smart debt management decisions.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 430 pages
  • 162.56 x 231.14 x 33.02mm | 793.78g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0875846173
  • 9780875846170

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Debt Management should be on the bookshelf of all chief financial officers and corporate treasurers. Finnery and Emery clearly explain how to design an optimal debt instrument to minimize funding costs and how to deal with the refunding decision after issuance. * Frank J. Fabozzi, President, Frank J. Fabozzi Associate, and Adjunct Professor of Finance, School of Management, Yale University *show more

About John D. Finnerty

John D. Finnerty is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in New York City and a Professor of Finance at Fordham University. Douglas R. Emery is the Finance Department Chair and Nations Bank Scholar at the University of Miami (Florida).show more

Table of contents

1. Overview of Debt Management ; 2. Commercial Debt Financing ; 3. Debt Capital Markets ; 4. High-Yield Debt ; 5. New Issue Design ; 6. Institutional Considerations ; 7. Fixed-Income Derivatives ; 8. Debt Innovations ; 9. Valuing Bonds and Bank Loans ; 10. Bond Refunding: Measuring the Net Advantage ; 11. Bond Refunding: The Timing Decision ; 12. Sinking-Fund Management ; 13. Other Types of Bond Refundings ; 14. Preferred Stock and Preference Stock ; 15. Convertible Securities ; 16. The Future of Debt Managementshow more