Among the topics discussed by leading regulators and practitioners in major markets--the United States, the United Kingdom and France--are:
This handbook provides an excellent practical introduction to derivatives for company and securities lawyers, bankers and bank lawyers and corporate finance officers.
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- The Topic and the Panelists
- What is a Derivative?
- The Volume of Derivative Trading
- `Normal' Use of Derivatives
- Exotic Derivative Products
- Risks from not Using Derivatives
- Disclosures by Dealers to Customers
- What if the Customer is not authorized to deal in Derivatives?
- Are Derivatives Securities?
- Disclosures by End-Users
- Suits by End-Users against Dealers
- Potential Liability of Directors of the End-User
- Differences among Regulators: Is there a Race to the Bottom?
- Questions from the Floor: a. OTC vs. Exchange-Regulated Products. b. Derivatives on a Single Security. c. Overlapping Jurisdiction of Regulators in the US
- Morals. Appendices