Developments in Collateralized Debt Obligations by Douglas J. Lucas
New Products and Insights (Frank J. Fabozzi Series)

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Developments In Collateralized Debt Obligations

The fastest growing sector of the fixed income market is the market for collateralized debt obligations (CDOs). Fostered by the development of credit default swaps (CDS) on all types of indexes of corporate bonds, emerging market bonds, commercial loans, and structured products, new products are being introduced into this market with incredible speed.

In order to keep up with this dynamic market and its various instruments, you need a guide that provides you with the most up-to-date information available. That's why Douglas Lucas, Laurie Goodman, Frank Fabozzi, and Rebecca Manning have created Developments in Collateralized Debt Obligations.

Filled with in-depth insights regarding new products, like hybrid assets in ABS CDOs and trust preferred CDOs, and detailed discussions on important issues-such as the impact of CDOs on underlying collateral markets-this book will bring you completely up to speed on essential developments in this field.

Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Developments in Collateralized Debt Obligations will enhance your understanding of this ever-evolving market-and its numerous products.

 

About Douglas J. Lucas

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Douglas J. Lucas is Executive Director at UBS and head of CDO research. He has an MBA from the University of Chicago.Laurie S. Goodman, PhD, is co-Head of Global Fixed Income Research at UBS. She holds a PhD in economics from Stanford University.Frank J. Fabozzi, PhD, CFA, is Professor in the Practice of Finance at Yale University's School of Management and the Editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management.Rebecca J. Manning is an Associate Director in the CDO Research Group at UBS. She holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
 
Published May 4, 2007 by Wiley. 287 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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