A Global Derivatives Expert Shines The Light On Systematic RiskGuest Post
A Global Derivatives Expert Shines the Light on Systematic Risk by David Galland
“A bank, especially an investment bank, is a fiendishly complicated institution. It is essentially a huge seething pot of current and future cash flows, the nature and risk of which change as the markets and the economy change.”
In order to better understand the tangled mass of derivatives overhanging the global banking system, we need to begin by defining some basic terms.
- Market value: The amount of money actually at . . .
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