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The author, a stalwart of the UK Asset and Liability Management Association, provides a guide to the construction and makeup of bond indices and argues that users should assess them in great depth until they gain a proper understanding of what they will gain from their use.
The author, whose company runs training courses for the UK Asset and Liability Management Association, explains the rationale behind the training and importance of creating informed professionals within the asset and liability management community.
The growing need for more relevant detail in financial statements proper to be produced annually, quarterly or monthly, and possibly continuously, translates into an urgent need for more advanced methods and tools for trend analysis. This paper takes a broader view at balance sheet analysis. We...
UCITS III has direct implications on risk management activities of asset managers. On 13 February 2004, German regulators published a derivatives ordinance German Derivateverodnung, Derivate V being the first regulatory body throughout Europe to implement the EU regulation into local law. Since...
As the end of the 2006 deadline to implement regulatory changes being proposed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision looms closer, banks are battling to make their credit risk management systems compliant. But the majority are looking beyond the demands of the regulator. Some are...
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