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by Don M. Chance and Robert Brooks

ISBN13: 978-0324321395

ISBN10: 0324321392

Edition: 7TH 07

Copyright: 2007

Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.

Published: 2007

International: No

ISBN10: 0324321392

Edition: 7TH 07

Copyright: 2007

Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.

Published: 2007

International: No

Detailed but flexible coverage of options, futures, forwards, swaps, and risk management-as well as a solid introduction to pricing, trading, and strategy - allows instructors to selectively tailor inclusion of topics/chapters to fit the length of the course.

**Benefits:**

- NEW! Updated list of articles/readings at end of chapter.
- NEW! Updated, correct, and change PowerPoints, given whatever text changes are made.
- NEW! An Internet feature called Technical Notes was added that gives all of the mathematical derivations for which Hull is so acclaimed, while the math is important, it is more important to know the context and use of derivative products.
- NEW! An Internet feature called Technical Notes was added that gives all of the mathematical derivations for which Hull is so acclaimed, while the math is important, it is more important to know the context and use of derivative products.
- NEW! Robert Brooks, a practitioner and academic has been added to this edition.
- NEW! Robert Brooks, a practitioner and academic has been added to this edition.
- Flexible mathematical approach puts more complex material in end-of-chapter appendices. Internet-related information and text web site keeps material current. Real-world examples from actual market conditions show practicality of chapter theories. A collection of figures in the text that build on each other, illustrating links between puts, calls, stocks, risk-free bonds, futures, options, forwards, Black-Scholes call/put pricing, etc. Concept Problems provide extra challenge beyond typical end-of-chapter material. Sections on mortgage-backed securities, structured notes, derivatives accounting, and best practices benchmarks for risk management. This text has an overall outstanding blend of institutional material, theory, and practical applications.
- Flexible mathematical approach puts more complex material in end-of-chapter appendices. Internet-related information and text web site keeps material current. Real-world examples from actual market conditions show practicality of chapter theories. A collection of figures in the text that build on each other, illustrating links between puts, calls, stocks, risk-free bonds, futures, options, forwards, Black-Scholes call/put pricing, etc. Concept Problems provide extra challenge beyond typical end-of-chapter material. Sections on mortgage-backed securities, structured notes, derivatives accounting, and best practices benchmarks for risk management. This text has an overall outstanding blend of institutional material, theory, and practical applications.
- NEW! Updated list of articles/readings at end of chapter.
- NEW! New end of chapter problems and new test bank problems.
- NEW! New end of chapter problems and new test bank problems.
- NEW! New beginning of chapter quotes.
- NEW! New beginning of chapter quotes.
- NEW! Updated and replaced some of the boxed items called "Derivatives Tools".
- NEW! Updated and replaced some of the boxed items called "Derivatives Tools".
- NEW! Updated, correct, and change PowerPoints, given whatever text changes are made.

PART I: OPTIONS.

2: Structure of Options Markets.

3: Principles of Option Pricing.

4: Option Pricing Models: The Binomial Model.

5: Option Pricing Models: The Black-Scholes-Merton Model.

6: Basic Option Strategies.

7: Advanced Option Strategies.

PART II: FORWARDS, FUTURES, AND SWAPS.

8: The Structure of Forward and Futures Markets.

9: Principles of Pricing Forwards, Futures, and Options on Futures.

10: Futures Arbitrage Strategies.

11: Forward and Futures hedging, Spread, and Target Strategies.

12: Swaps.

PART III: ADVANCED TOPICS.

13: Interest Rate Forwards and Options.

14: Advanced Derivatives and Strategies.

15: Financial Risk Management Techniques and Applications.

16: Managing Risk in an Organization.

**Other Editions for Introduction to Derivatives and Risk Management**

Don M. Chance and Robert Brooks

ISBN13: 978-0324321395ISBN10: 0324321392

Edition: 7TH 07

Copyright: 2007

Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.

Published: 2007

International: No

Detailed but flexible coverage of options, futures, forwards, swaps, and risk management-as well as a solid introduction to pricing, trading, and strategy - allows instructors to selectively tailor inclusion of topics/chapters to fit the length of the course.

**Benefits:**

- NEW! Updated list of articles/readings at end of chapter.
- NEW! Updated, correct, and change PowerPoints, given whatever text changes are made.
- NEW! An Internet feature called Technical Notes was added that gives all of the mathematical derivations for which Hull is so acclaimed, while the math is important, it is more important to know the context and use of derivative products.
- NEW! Robert Brooks, a practitioner and academic has been added to this edition.
- NEW! Robert Brooks, a practitioner and academic has been added to this edition.
- Flexible mathematical approach puts more complex material in end-of-chapter appendices. Internet-related information and text web site keeps material current. Real-world examples from actual market conditions show practicality of chapter theories. A collection of figures in the text that build on each other, illustrating links between puts, calls, stocks, risk-free bonds, futures, options, forwards, Black-Scholes call/put pricing, etc. Concept Problems provide extra challenge beyond typical end-of-chapter material. Sections on mortgage-backed securities, structured notes, derivatives accounting, and best practices benchmarks for risk management. This text has an overall outstanding blend of institutional material, theory, and practical applications.
- NEW! Updated list of articles/readings at end of chapter.
- NEW! New end of chapter problems and new test bank problems.
- NEW! New end of chapter problems and new test bank problems.
- NEW! New beginning of chapter quotes.
- NEW! New beginning of chapter quotes.
- NEW! Updated and replaced some of the boxed items called "Derivatives Tools".
- NEW! Updated and replaced some of the boxed items called "Derivatives Tools".
- NEW! Updated, correct, and change PowerPoints, given whatever text changes are made.

Table of Contents

PART I: OPTIONS.

2: Structure of Options Markets.

3: Principles of Option Pricing.

4: Option Pricing Models: The Binomial Model.

5: Option Pricing Models: The Black-Scholes-Merton Model.

6: Basic Option Strategies.

7: Advanced Option Strategies.

PART II: FORWARDS, FUTURES, AND SWAPS.

8: The Structure of Forward and Futures Markets.

9: Principles of Pricing Forwards, Futures, and Options on Futures.

10: Futures Arbitrage Strategies.

11: Forward and Futures hedging, Spread, and Target Strategies.

12: Swaps.

PART III: ADVANCED TOPICS.

13: Interest Rate Forwards and Options.

14: Advanced Derivatives and Strategies.

15: Financial Risk Management Techniques and Applications.

16: Managing Risk in an Organization.

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