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banking infrastructure project finance and project bonds in europe payday lending global growth of the high-cost credit market carl packman independent researcher london uk emanuele filiberto rossi university of milan-bicocca italy rok stepic unicredit bank austria payday lending looks at the growth of the high cost credit industry from the early payday lending industry in the early 1990s to its development in the us as a highly profitable industry around the world infrastructure project finance and project bonds in europe analyses the project bond financing solution in detail identifying all the specific features that make it highly suitable for large capital intensive infrastructure projects contents introduction part i project finance 1.1 general overview 1.2 main characteristics of project finance 1.3 pre-requisites to project finance 1.4 publicprivate partnership 1.5 key characteristics of infrastructure project assets 1.6 financing the infrastructure projects 1.7

finance and capital markets a pragmatic guide to real options volatile capital flows in korea tom arnold university of richmond usa ‘tom arnold uses unique elements of presentation to build a friendly step-by-step guide to understanding and modeling the basics of real options he gives many fully-worked examples and much careful advice for corporate decision makers his book is a pedagogical gem!’ timothy crack chaired professor of finance otago university new zealand ‘tom arnold s book introduces real options using a fresh approach that puts the concept of net present value center stage where it belongs he takes the reader through the steps of valuing real options in meticulous detail ideal for a reader new to the subject.’ graeme guthrie school of economics and finance university of wellington new zealand aimed at practitioners with no prior expertise in the subject this book helps readers build basic real options models to aid in decision-making providing

financial history the great crash of 1929 palgrave studies in the history of finance cont… a reconciliation of theory and evidence ali kabiri university of buckingham uk constructing a fiscal military state in eighteenth century spain rafael torres sánchez universidad de navarra spain constructing a fiscal military state in eighteenth century spain studies the growth and reconstriuction of the spanish fiscal-military state contents foreword patrick karl o’brien 1 introduction 2 the habsburg fiscal and financial inheritance 3 deficit phobia from international public credit to domestic credit 4 easing the tax burden 5 french inspiration 6 expansion of state finance 7 authority and control of the king’s money 8 bourbon management of the inherited public debt 9 the spanish system 10 revenue control 11 expenditure control 12 arbitrariness and debt phobia 13 in the wake of the english 14 liberalisation and mercantilism 15 domestic credit the creation of

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general finance fair value accounting international finance key issues arising from the financial crisis elisa menicucci polytechnic university of marche italy fair value accounting discusses how fva affects financial reporting during the 2008 financial crisis contents 1.1 introduction 1.2 background information about the financial crisis 1.3 features of the financial crisis 1.3.1 features of the financial crisis and fva 1.4 the debate on the role of fva in the financial crisis 1.4.1 studies on fva in the financial crisis 1.5 concluding remarks 2 fair value accounting fva an overview on key issues 2.1 introduction 2.2 fair value in contemporary accounting standards 2.3 theoretical foundations underlying fva 2.4 definition of fair value 2.5 the use of fva fair value hierarchy 2.5.1 fair value hierarchy in us gaap 2.5.2 fair value hierarchy in ias/ifrs 2.6 the use of fair value in ias/ifrs 2.6.1 fair value measurement for financial instruments 2.7 historical cost

international finance making sense of markets regulating securitized products an investor’s guide to profiting amidst the gloom a post crisis guide kevin gardiner barclays wealth uk rasheed saleuddin west face capital inc uk since the financial crisis there have been numerous reports articles and books highlighting the gloomy future ahead making sense of markets makes the case that received wisdom is still far too pessimistic and that the future may be brighter than feared a plain-speaking guide to keeping an open mind and how to profit from it regulating securitized products sets out a complete and definitive description of securitization mechanisms detailing the history of the asset class up to the present day contents introduction what we talk about when we talk about markets part i the glass is half-full 1 why is everybody so gloomy the conventional account of what’s gone wrong 2 an alternative account – a richness of embarrassments money didn’t

monetary economics economic and financial crises german monetary theory revisited a new macroeconomic analysis riccardo bellofiore university of bergamo italy sergio rossi university of fribourg switzerland alvaro cencini university of lugano switzerland german monetary theory revisited focuses on the early contributions to monetary and business cycle theory from menger to mises and hayek and considers how these debates influenced the course of later economic thought until today other lead figures re-examined include schumpeter machlup and neisser less-known key authors covered include albert hahn and carl foehl economic and financial crises deals with the structural origins of economic and financial crises it explains that both economic theories and policies need to be grounded on a monetary macroeconomic analysis of the working of domestic and international economies the volume outlines reform proposals to make sure that banking activities respect the nature of money contents part i

quantitative methods xva desks a new era for risk management interest rate derivatives explained understanding building and managing counterparty funding and capital risk volume 1 products and markets ignacio ruiz iruiz consulting uk written by a practitioner with years working in cva fva and dva this is a thorough practical guide to a topic at the very core of the derivatives industry it takes readers through all aspects of counterparty credit risk management and the business cycle of cva dva and fva focusing on risk management pricing considerations and implementation contents 1 the banking industry the capital markets and counterparty credit risk 2 introduction to quantifying risk from market to counterparty risk 3 counterparty credit risk i exposure measurement 4 counterparty credit risk ii loss given default and default probability 5 right and wrong way risk 6 backtesting risk models 7 risk model validation 8 a primer on risk-free pricing 9 pricing counterparty risk cva

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