A thoroughly revised and updated edition of a textbook for graduate students in finance, with new coverage of global financial institutions.
This thoroughly revised and updated edition of a widely used textbook for graduate students in finance now provides expanded coverage of global financial institutions, with detailed comparisons of U.S. systems with non-U.S. systems. A focus on the actual practices of financial institutions prepares students for real-world problems.
After an introduction to financial markets and market participants, including asset management firms, credit rating agencies, and investment banking firms, the book covers risks and asset pricing, with a new overview of risk; the structure of interest rates and interest rate and credit risks; the fundamentals of primary and secondary markets; government debt markets, with new material on non-U.S. sovereign debt markets; corporate funding markets, with new coverage of small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurial ventures; residential and commercial real estate markets; collective investment vehicles, in a chapter new to this edition; and financial derivatives, including financial futures and options, interest rate derivatives, foreign exchange derivatives, and credit risk transfer vehicles such as credit default swaps. Each chapter begins with learning objectives and ends with bullet point takeaways and questions.
About the Author
Frank J. Fabozzi is Professor of Finance at EDHEC Business School, France. He has held positions at Princeton University, Yale School of Management, and MIT Sloan School of Management. He is the author of Capital Markets (fifth edition, MIT Press), Entrepreneurial Finance and Accounting for High-Tech Companies (MIT Press), and other books.
Frank J. Jones is Professor of Finance and Accounting at San Jose State College of Business. His previous positions in finance include Chairman of the International Securities Exchange and Director of Global Fixed Income Research and Economics at Merrill Lynch.