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How the U.S. Securities Industry Works

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Updated with the latest securities industry procedures, this third edition addresses the fundamentals of the securities industry: the players, the markets, the products, the life-cycle of a trade and today's industry challenges. It covers everything from the industry basics to the structure and processing of credit derivatives, and does so in a clear and to-the-point ...more
Hardcover, 718 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by The Summit Group Publishing, Inc. (first published 2000)
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