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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DERIVATIVES
All About Derivatives, Second Edition, presents the complex subject of financial derivatives with a clarity and coherence you won’t find in other books. Using real-world examples and simple language, it lucidly illustrates what derivatives are and why they are so powerful. This second edition of All About Derivatives provides a rock-solid foundation on:
The most common contracts available to you in today’s market
Key concepts such as cost of carry, settlement, valuation, and payoff
Proven methods for establishing fair value
How leverage can work for you–and against you
The various derivative contracts traded today, including forwards, futures, swaps, and options
Pricing methods and mathematics for determining fair value
Hedging strategies for managing and reducing different types of risk
INCLUDES A BRAND-NEW CHAPTER ON THE ROLE DERIVATIVES PLAYED IN THE 2008 FINANCIAL MELTDOWN
Peter Rosenstreich is Swissquote Bank’s Head of Market Strategy and manages the global strategy desk; he has held various positions in several banking institutions in the United States, Europe & Asia.
He has been quoted, featured and is a frequent contributor in numerous financial publications and broadcast outlets for more than fifteen years, including Reuters, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg TV & Radio, Financial Times and CNBC.
Rosenstreich is the author of Forex Revolution: an Insider’s Guide to the Real World of Foreign Exchange Trading, published by Financial Times Prentice Hall.
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The launch of the Dutch East India Company in 1602 initiated Amsterdam’s transformation from a regional market town into a dominant financial center. The Company introduced easily transferable shares, and within days buyers had begun to trade them. Soon the public was engaging in a variety of complex transactions, including forwards, futures, options, and bear raids, and by 1680 the techniques deployed in the Amsterdam market were as sophisticated as any we practice today.
Lodewijk Petram’s eye-opening history demystifies financial instruments by linking today’s products to yesterday’s innovations, tying the market’s operation to the behavior of individuals and the workings of the world around them. Traveling back to seventeenth-century Amsterdam, Petram visits the harbor and other places where merchants met to strike deals. He bears witness to the goings-on at a notary’s office and sits in on the consequential proceedings of a courtroom. He describes in detail the main players, investors, shady characters, speculators, and domestic servants and other ordinary folk, who all played a role in the development of the market and its crises. His history clarifies concerns that investors still struggle with today, such as fraud, the value of information, trust and the place of honor, managing diverging expectations, and balancing risk, and does so in a way that is vivid, relatable, and critical to understanding our contemporary financial predicament.
The Group claims that it increased headcount that is related six-fold and has made substantial investments. It adds that it has made modifications and created a Board Financial Crime Risk Committee, whose members consist of outside advisers and independent directors with backgrounds in law enforcement and domestic security.
Standard Chartered PLC (LON:STAN) has previously today declared It Will pay a total of $947 million in monetary penalties to a number of U.S. Agencies and #102 million into the UK Financial Conduct Authority in order to solve the previously revealed investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the Office of the District Attorney for New York County (DANY), the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS), the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control and the FCA in its historical sanctions compliance and fiscal crime controls.
The resolutions include no compliance monitorships and the monitorships previously imposed from the DFS and the DOJ were terminated on March 31, 2019 and December 31, 2018 , respectively.
Its sanctions compliance groups have also significantly expanded and introduced due diligence requirements for new and existing customers. Other improvements to the Group’s financial offense compliance include: mandatory annual training for all staff on sanctions, anti-money laundering and anti-corruption; new technologies including artificial intelligence and machine learning to encourage its screening and investigations procedures; along with the constitution of a dedicated cyber financial crime intelligence unit in the U.S.
Standard Chartered stresses it has cooperated totally and proactively with the investigations. The Group discussed the results with the authorities and also has conducted its own thorough accountability review.
En este vídeo vemos una introducción al Merado de Divisas o comúnmente denominado Forex. Vemos términos como spot, forward o swap entre otros. Todo en inglés, con subtítulos en inglés, para ayudar a todos aquellos de habla no inglesa a familiarizarse con los términos de la bolsa y los mercados financieros en el idioma en el que se mueven, el inglés.
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