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Derivatives Demystified

Hardback edition released 08/04/1997

by John C. Braddock

Part of the Wiley Series in Financial Engineering Series

Derivatives Demystified Synopsis

State-of-the-art instruction for understanding and using structured securities This book provides the most current and authoritative descriptions of today's most favored structured securities, including in-depth explanations of their comparative risk levels, disclosure requirements, and customer suitability provisions. * Includes a comprehensive glossary and sample checklists for developing and marketing structured securities * Special Resource Guide section contains sample proposals to issue and sell structured securities JOHN C. BRADDOCK (New York, New York) is First Vice President and Managing Director in charge of the Structured Products Group at Oppenheimer & Co., Inc.

About This Edition

ISBN: 9780471146339
Publication date: 8th April 1997
Author: John C. Braddock
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 320 pages
Primary Genre Investment and securities

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ISBN: 9780471146339
Publication date: 08/04/1997
Format: Hardback

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About John C. Braddock

JOHN C. BRADDOCK, Managing Director of the Structured Products Group at Oppenheimer & Co., Inc., in New York City, creates public and privately offered derivative financial products and investment strategies for retail and institutional clients worldwide. Prior to joining Oppenheimer, he was first vice president of the Structured Products Group at PaineWebber Incorporated in New York City and co-founder of the Capital Markets Group at the American Stock Exchange. He is a contributing author to The Handbook of Equity Derivatives (1994), and adjunct professor of financial engineering at Polytechnic University in New York City.

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