The Handbook of Fixed Income Securities

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McGraw Hill, 2001 - Business & Economics - 1373 pages
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For nearly two decades, individual and institutional investors have relied on The Handbook of Fixed Income Securities as the world’s leading reference for fixed income information. This new edition continues to define the field, while broadening its focus with new chapters on derivatives, a greater focus on structured finance and international markets, and more emphasis on applied material for today’s time-pressed practitioner. Influential editor Frank J. Fabozzi and today’s top fixed income authorities address the latest developments, financial instruments, and portfolio strategies. Money managers and institutional investors will turn to this thoroughly revised edition for: • Strategies for managing corporate bond portfolios • Expanded coverage on asset backed securities• Techniques for hedging risk in emerging markets

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Frank J. Fabozzi is a leading authority on fixed income instruments and portfolio strategy. An adjunct professor of finance at Yale’s School of Management, he is also editor of The Journal of Portfolio Management, a chartered financial analyst, and a certified public accountant. Prior to joining Yale’s faculty, Dr. Fabozzi was on the faculty of MIT’s Sloan School of Management. He is the author and editor of dozens of widely acclaimed books on fixed income securities and investments, including Fixed Income Mathematics, Handbook of Mortgage-Backed Securities, The Handbook of Nonagency Mortgage Backed Securities, and numerous others.

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