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Financial markets and risk

David Brighouse

Financial markets and risk

by David Brighouse

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Published by Global Professional Pub. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Financial institutions,
  • Finance,
  • Risk management

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementDavid Brighouse, Janet Hontoir.
    ContributionsHontoir, Janet.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG173 .B69 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 334 p. :
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23151073M
    ISBN 101906403163
    ISBN 109781906403164
    LC Control Number2008383393

    Financial Risk Management Dr Peter Moles MA, MBA, PhD Peter Moles is Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh Business School. He is an experienced financial professional with both practical experience of financial markets and technical knowledge .   Financial risk is one of the high-priority risk types for every business. Financial risk is caused due to market movements and market movements can include a host of factors. Based on this, financial risk can be classified into various types such as Market Risk, Credit Risk, Liquidity Risk, Operational Risk, and Legal Risk. Market Risk: This Author: Eshna Verma.

    Pieter Klaassen, Idzard van Eeghen, in Economic Capital, Market Risk. Market risk is the potential loss of value in assets and liabilities due to changes in market variables (e.g., interest and exchange rates, equity and commodity prices). This covers assets and liabilities in trading books, but also could include the market risk of assets and liabilities classified as available for sale.   This book presents a wide perspective on model risk related to financial markets, running the gamut from financial engineering to risk management, from financial mathematics to financial statistics. It combines theory and practice, both the classical and modern concepts being introduced for financial modelling.

    Traditionally financial risk measurement has been categorized into market, credit, liquidity, and other risks. Market risk represents the risks that are primarily driven by market variables including interest rates, foreign exchange rates, equities, and commodity prices. Credit risk is the risk underlying the default risk of counterparties. Shiller describes six fundamental ideas for using modern information technology and advanced financial theory to temper basic risks that have been ignored by risk management institutions — risks to the value of our jobs and our homes, to the vitality of our communities, and .


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