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Financial Derivatives

A Handbook

Editor(s): Jean-Claude Zerey
Media of Financial Derivatives
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Published: 18-03-2020
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 1104
ISBN: 9781509924011
Imprint: Nomos/Hart
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £100.00
 

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About Financial Derivatives

The financial crisis has resulted in significant changes in the trading of financial derivatives. In particular, these affect regulatory and accounting requirements. To this extent, the handbook provides an in-depth review of these changes specifically oriented at the needs of lawyers and accountants as well as legal officers of insurance and capital investment companies.

The following issues are addressed:
Supervisory and not risk related requirements regarding indebtedness, stress-tested liquidity and consideration of CVA-risks as well as changes in the calculation of market risks and the division of the global counterparty risk.
Clearing of OTC-derivatives including regulatory and insolvency issues.
Accounting according to German Trade Law and IRFS.
Application of BRRD and SAG rules on derivatives.
Credit Default Swaps and secured refinancing according to ISDA 2014 Credit Derivative Definitions.
Compliance with aspects of civil law effectiveness and liability as well as regulatory requirements.
Risk management from the banking perspective including counterparty risk management and CVA-steering.
Derivatives on energy and goods also in relation to regulatory requirements stemming from EMIR, REMIT and MiFiD.
Legal situation in Luxembourg, Austria and Switzerland.

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