An easy to read guide through the maze of financial language.
Seizing opportunities in today's globalized business environment means understanding the basic terms and concepts in everyday use in Australia and our major markets. The Language of Money provides the easy-to-read guide through the maze of finanacial language here and overseas.
The Language of Money has been revised once again to include 500 new terms which:
-further broaden its coverage to include the rapidly developing financial markets of Asia
-incorporate the latest developments in the fast-moving capital markets, local and international, including the impact of the rapidly evolving derivatives and fund management markets
-confirm its authority as the most up-to-the-minute commercial dictionary available
'The most useful and up-to-date ready-reference guide to the language of the money markets even for those of us who have been involved in the markets for many years. Whether your interests are international or domestic, this book will prove of inestimable value.' Geoffrey McIntyre, General Manager for Australia, Overseas Union Bank Ltd (Singapore)
'.spans concepts ranging from basic accounting to QUANTO-swaps and covers enormous ground. In the wake of recent financial scandals, some involving derivatives, every market practitioner will benefit from a copy of The Language of Money. This third edition is further enhanced by the inclusion of definitions covering Asian instruments and concepts.' John McMurtrie, Managing Director, UBS Limited, a subsidiary of the Union Bank of Switzerland
Edna Carew's latest book is Derivatives Decoded. It has further reinforced her reputation for a unique capacity to explain seemingly arcane financial language in a way everyone can understand.
Table Of Contents:
Preface and acknowledgments
How to use this book
Paperback - C format
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