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Structured Finance, structure, structured notes, SPVs, SPEs, SIVs, stucture resilience, seniority and subordination, seniority level, recovery rate, charge-off rate, overcollateralization, undercapitalization, CDS Guarantees, Credit Ratings, etc. Prof. Krassimir Petrov, AUBG Professor: Krassimir Petrov, Ph. D.
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Introduces the alphabet soup (CDO, CMO, ABS, CLO, MBS, CDS, CBO, CPDO, LBO, MBO, CP, ABCP, etc.) of structured finance and other instruments that contributed to the current Credit Crisis. Krassimir Petrov, AUBG Professor: Krassimir Petrov
Structured products enable investments in a wide range of underlying assets and offer various redemption possibilities. But what exactly is a structured product?
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In structured finance, the two most common internal credit enhancements are subordination and overcollateralization (O/C). O/C is when the value of the credit sensitive assets is greater than the value of the liabilities (the notes issued to investors)
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Read your free e-book: http://hotaudiobook.com/mebk/50/en/B005HF1ZO8/book A detailed look at how object-oriented Vba should be used to model complex financial structures This guide helps readers overcome the difficult task of modeling complex financial structures and bridges the gap between professional C/java programmers writing production models and front-office analysts building Excel spreadsheet models. It reveals how to model financial structures using object-oriented Vba in an Excel environment, allowing desk-based analysts to quickly produce flexible and robust models. Filled with in-depth insight and expert advice, it skillfully illustrates the art of object-oriented programming for the explicit purpose of modeling structured products. Residential mortgage securitization is used as...
Read your free e-book: http://hotaudiobook.com/mebk/50/en/B005V9W9DG/book This book is a detailed account of the instruments that are used in the corporate bond markets, from conventional "plain vanilla" bonds to hybrid instruments and structured products. There is background information on bond pricing and yield, as well as a detailed look at the yield curve. The book covers the full set of instruments used by companies to raise finance, and which are aimed at a wide range of investors. It also discusses the analysis of these instruments. Topics covered include:*bond basics*the yield curve*callable bonds*convertible bonds*eurobonds*warrants*commercial paper*corporate bonds credit analysis*securitisation*asset-backed securities*mortgage-backed securities*collateralised Debt Obligations*syn...
Read your free e-book: http://hotaudiobook.com/mebk/50/en/B001CPUIYU/book The first comprehensive account of the European structured financial products market This comprehensive survey of the securitization market in Europe covers all asset-backed securities (the major classes and some nonconventional asset classes that have been securitized), residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities, collateralized debt obligations, and more. Frank J. Fabozzi, Phd, Cfa, Cpa (new Hope, Pa), is the Frederick Frank Adjunct Professor of Finance in the School of Management at Yale University. Prior to joining the Yale faculty, he was a Visiting Professor of Finance in the Sloan School at Mit. Moorad Choudhry (surrey, Uk) is a Vice President in Structured Finance Services with Jpmorgan Chase Bank.
Read your free e-book: http://copydl.space/mebk/50/en/B005OL9HUO/book For all but the most credit-worthy companies, it is more efficient to finance large pools of assets that have predictable behavioral characteristics through non-standard arrangements. These off-balance sheet structures allow credit exposures to be tailored to investor risk, asset class, and an ever-increasing diversity of idiosyncratic needs on the part of issuers and investors. The discipline that addresses these structures, which is called structured finance or securitization, is almost twenty years old, and has become a ubiquitous element of modern financial management. Yet, it has not been systematically covered in a textbook designed for both the school and workplace contexts.elements of Structured Finance, the text...
Read your free e-book: http://hotaudiobook.com/mebk/50/en/B008O5JW52/book A practical guide to building fully operational financial cash flow models for structured finance transactions Structured finance and securitization deals are becoming more commonplace on Wall Street. Up until now, however, market participants have had to create their own models to analyze these deals, and new entrants have had to learn as they go. Modeling Structured Finance Cash Flows with Microsoft Excel provides readers with the information they need to build a cash flow model for structured finance and securitization deals. Financial professional Keith Allman explains individual functions and formulas, while also explaining the theory behind the spreadsheets. Each chapter begins with a discussion of theory, foll...
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Structured products were heavily sold to investors between 2010 and 2016 by brokers at major investment firms. The large fees and commissions embedded in these structured products caused brokers to recommend them even when they may not have been appropriate for investors. Brokerage firms like SagePoint Financial can be sued for sales practices associated with these investments. A common claim against brokerage firms for selling structured products include suitability claims, fraud and misrepresentations and omissions. Investors who have sustained investment losses in structured products at -SagePoint Financial can sue the firm in the FINRA arbitration process or file a class action lawsuit against the firm. Please review the video below for more information.
Structured products are heavily sold by brokerage firms like Ameriprise Financial because of the larges fees and commissions associated with these products. In many instances, the investment recommendation of the products are not suitable for investors. In other instances, the full risks are not disclosed to the investor. Investors who have sustained investment losses in structured products at Ameriprise Financial can sue the firm in the FINRA arbitration process or file a class action lawsuit against the firm. Please view the video below for more information on suing Ameriprise Financial for structured product related investment losses.
Provides a survey of all major credit derivative instruments - credit default swaps, credit default options, indemnity agreements, total return swaps, credit spread forwards, credit spread options, credit spread swaps, basket derivatives, first-to-default baskets and the correlation paradox. Dr. Krassimir Petrov Professor: Krassimir Petrov, Ph. D.
Investment Banking and Structured Finance II 02 - Active Balance Sheet Management: the Synthetic Securitisation (Pt. 1) Prof. Andrea Fabbri The course focuses on the business of structured finance from the financial intermediaries' standpoint. Request your welcome kit at http://www.unibocconi.eu/welcomekit
Investment Banking and Structured Finance 02 - Pricing of credit derivatives (Part 1) Prof. Andrea Fabbri The course focuses on the business of structured finance from the financial intermediaries' standpoint. Request your welcome kit at http://www.unibocconi.eu/welcomekit
Provides an in-depth overview at an introductory level of Credit Default Swaps, contract specifications, financial and economic interpretations, and practical considerations Dr. Krassimir Petrov, AUBG Professor: Krassimir Petrov, Ph. D
Investment Banking and Structured Finance II 04 - Risk analysis and risk allocation in project finance (pt. 1) Prof. Stefano Gatti The course focuses on the business of structured finance from the financial intermediaries' standpoint. The course pays constant attention to the pratical aspects of each structured finance transaction. The repeated use of case studies analyzed by teams of students allows to link the theoretical background to real-life situations. For each transaction, the issues discussed are: 1. definition of the transaction; 2. deal structuring; 3. the trend of demand at both international and domestic level; 4. the situation of the offer (internationally and at the domestic level). Request your welcome kit at http://www.unibocconi.eu/welcomekit
Investment Banking and Structured Finance II 05 - Risk analysis and risk allocation in project finance (pt. 2) Prof. Stefano Gatti The course focuses on the business of structured finance from the financial intermediaries' standpoint. The course pays constant attention to the pratical aspects of each structured finance transaction. The repeated use of case studies analyzed by teams of students allows to link the theoretical background to real-life situations. For each transaction, the issues discussed are: 1. definition of the transaction; 2. deal structuring; 3. the trend of demand at both international and domestic level; 4. the situation of the offer (internationally and at the domestic level). Request your welcome kit at http://www.unibocconi.eu/welcomekit