Credit Derivatives, Revised Edition: A Primer on Credit Risk, Modeling, and Instruments (2nd Edition)

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Every company faces credit risk. Credit derivatives are among the most powerful tools available for managing it. Once restricted to the financial industry, they are now widely used by businesses of all kinds—and all financial professionals need to understand them. Credit Derivatives, Revised Edition, explains these tools simply, clearly, and rigorously: what they do, how they work, and how to use them in today’s applications.

 

The authors first show how credit risk can be measured and valued. They explain key ideas, such as recovery rates and credit spreads, and show how derivatives transfer credit risk to external investors. Next, they systematically demonstrate how credit risk models can describe and predict credit risk events. They cover structural models, including Merton and Black and Cox; empirical models, such as the Z-score model; and reduced-form models, such as Jarrow-Turnbull. The authors also present detailed explanations of two widely used instruments: credit default swaps (CDSs) and collateralized debt obligations (CDOs).

 

Finally, building on what you’ve learned, the authors offer a brand-new primer on today’s applications for financial instruments with embedded credit risk.

 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
Perform preliminary financial analysis on any potential project

 

UNDERSTAND, MEASURE, AND ASSESS CREDIT RISK
Master core concepts, from credit spreads to default probabilities

 

MASTER POWERFUL CREDIT RISK MODELING APPROACHES
Learn structural, empirical, and reduced-form credit risk modeling

 

GAIN DEEP INSIGHT INTO TODAY’S INSTRUMENTS AND APPLICATIONS
Understand CDSs, CDOs, and how credit-sensitive products are now used

 

FOR EVERY FINANCIAL PRACTITIONER: BUY-SIDE AND SELL-SIDE
For CFOs, treasurers, and other practitioners—everywhere from pension funds to commercial corporations

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TODAY’S COMPLETE GUIDE TO CREDIT RISK MARKETS AND APPLICATIONS FOR EVERY FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL

  • Simple, yet rigorous explanations: no credit derivatives experience necessary
  • Covers principles, models, techniques, and widely used credit instruments, including CDSs and CDOs
  • Now includes detailed coverage of solving business problems with credit-sensitive instruments

Today’s credit risk market is immense—and immensely important, attracting everyone from hedge funds to banks and insurers. Today, corporate finance professionals must understand credit risk, both to manage risk in their own organizations and to consult with their clients. Most books in the field, however, are either too academic, or assume extensive experience. Credit Derivatives, Revised Edition, fills the gap, explaining the credit risk market clearly and simply, in language any working financial professional can understand.

 

The authors first explain the underlying principles of credit, and the various risks associated with extending loans and other types of credit. Next, they systematically present today’s leading methods and instruments for managing credit risk. You’ll learn how models can be used to gauge credit risk, and how credit derivatives can be used to isolate the risk and sell it to someone willing to accept it.

 

The authors introduce several of these credit derivatives—such as total return swaps, credit spread options, and credit linked notes—and devote two chapters to CDSs and CDOs, some of the market’s most widely used credit instruments. They conclude with a brand-new chapter on using credit-sensitive instruments to solve problems in industries ranging from utilities to biotech to insurance.

About the Author:

George C. Chacko is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Finance Department at Santa Clara University. Professor Chacko’s research has focused on three areas: (1) transaction costs and liquidity risk in capital markets, particularly in the fixed income markets; (2) portfolio construction by institutions and individuals; and (3) the analysis and application of derivative securities. He was formerly an Associate Professor at Harvard Business School (HBS) in the Finance Department. On the commercial side, he is currently a Partner with HNC Advisors. He was formerly a Chief Investment Officer at Auda Alternative Investments, a Managing Director at IFL, and a Managing Director with State Street Bank. Professor Chacko holds a Ph.D. in business economics from Harvard University and dual master’s degrees in business economics (Harvard University) and business administration (University of Chicago). He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

Anders Sjöman is the Head of the Communications Department at the Centre for Business History in Stockholm, Sweden. He has also served as a Vice President of Communications at Voddler and a senior researcher for Harvard Business School at its Paris-based Europe Research Center. Prior, Mr. Sjö man worked five years in Boston for Englishtown.com as Director of Production. A M.Sc. graduate of the Stockholm School of Economics in his native Sweden, and initially specialized in information management and international business, Mr. Sjö man speaks Swedish, English, French, and Spanish.

 

Hideto Motohashi is a senior manager at NTT DoCoMo. He has held several positions at NTT during his career. He was manager in the Financial System Division at NTT COMWARE Corporation, where he helped financial institutions with their risk management systems. His experience at NTT COMWARE also includes systems analysis for the financial and telecommunications industries. He was also a Vice President of Strategic Finance and Financial Planning at Tata Teleservices. Mr. Motohashi completed the Advanced Study Program at Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a fellow. He holds a master’s degree in international management from Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management, and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Keio University, Japan.

 

Vincent Dessain was appointed executive director of the Europe Research Center for Harvard Business School, based in Paris, in November 2001. The center works with HBS faculty members on research and course development projects across the European continent. Prior, he was senior director of corporate relationships at INSEAD in Fontainebleau and on the school’s board of directors. Mr. Dessain has been active as a management consultant with Booz-Allen & Hamilton in New York and Paris in the financial services field. His field of consulting was international market entry strategies, financial products, strategy, negotiation and implementation of cross-border alliances, financial restructuring, mergers, and acquisitions. He has also been active as a foreign associate with the law firm Shearman & Sterling in New York in banking and finance and as an advisor to the president of the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. A speaker of five European languages (French, English, German, Dutch, and Italian), Mr. Dessain holds a law degree from Leuven University (Belgium), a business administration degree from Louvain University (Belgium), and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Mr. Dessain is an avid mountain climber, marathon runner, and tennis player, and will not miss a good art exhibition.

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