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Securitization: The Financial Instrument of the Future

by Vinod Kothari

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470821957, Hardcover)

Get a thorough explanation of the nuances of securitization in the global business market with this comprehensive resource. Synthetic securitization and structured products are revolutionizing the financial industry and changing the way banks, institutional investors, and securities traders do business both domestically and globally. Written by a top international trainer and expert on securitization, this book is an ideal way for all market practitioners, whether investors, bankers, or analysts, to ensure they understand the ins and outs of this practice.

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