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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Practical Derivatives: A Transactional Approach 2nd ed isbn 9781905783410

Practical Derivatives: A Transactional Approach

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Edited by: Jonathan Denton

ISBN13: 9780954870645
ISBN: 0954870646
New Edition ISBN: 9781905783410
Published: June 2006
Publisher: Globe Law and Business
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Developments in derivatives instruments have been arguably the most significant feature of the global capital markets in the last 20 years. Now used for a wide range of funding, risk management and investment applications, derivatives provide a range of benefits to market participants including the ability to manage price exposure and create synthetic exposure to assets.

This forthcoming highly practical title shows how derivatives are used in a variety of transactions, how the documentation works and why boards need to be aware of them.

With contributions from leading law firms including Slaughter and May, Davis Polk & Wardwell and Norton Rose and other industry participants such as Koch Supply & Trading and Morgan Stanley, this accessible new book takes a transactional approach and features coverage of new product innovations. These include equity and energy derivatives and the expansion of derivatives into new markets such as credit risk, weather risk and property. The book also features topical analysis on corporate governance and directors' duties; ISDA documentation; collateral; close-out netting and structured derivatives.

Market participants in derivatives now include financial institutions, corporations, pension funds and hedge funds, supranational entities and governments and their legal advisers. Whether you are from a bank or financial institution or from a company or organisation looking to invest or manage your risk, this new title will provide you with practical tools for using derivatives in your business.

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Banking and Finance
Foreword: David Green, Goldman Sachs International
Introduction: Jonathan Denton, Salans
1. Corporate Governance: Dr Paul Ali,University of Melbourne
2. ISDA Documentation: Guy Usher, Field Fisher Waterhouse
3. Emissions Trading: Ed Parker,Gide Loyrette Nouel MNP
4. Weather: John Wood, Norton Rose
5. Energy: Nicholas J Dazzo, Koch Supply & Trading
6. Property: Ed Parker, Gide Loyrette Nouel MNP and Emmett Peters, Addleshaw Goddard
7. Equity: James T.Rothwell and Joyce Y. Xu, Davis Polk & Wardwell
8. Credit (Legal): Ed Parker, Gide Loyrette Nouel MNP
9. Credit (Operational): Clive Ansell, Morgan Stanley
10. Collateral: Richard Levitt, Slaughter and May
11. Close Out Netting: Richard Levitt, Slaughter and May
12. Structured Derivatives: Elizabeth A. Uwaifo, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood;