Moorad Choudhry is Head of Treasury at Europe Arab Bank plc in London, and Visiting Professor at the Department of Economics, London Metropolitan University.
He lives in Surrey, England.
Foreword (Professor Darrell Duffie, Stanford University
About the Author.
Prologue: The 2007–2008 credit and liquidity crunch: Impact on structured credit markets.
PART I: Credit risk and credit derivative instruments.
CHAPTER 1: Credit risk.
CHAPTER 2: Credit derivatives I: Unfunded instruments.
CHAPTER 3: Credit derivatives II: Funded instruments.
CHAPTER 4: Credit analysis and relative value measurement.
CHAPTER 5: Credit derivatives III: Applications.
CHAPTER 6: Credit derivatives pricing and valuation.
CHAPTER 7: Credit default swap pricing.
CHAPTER 8: The asset swap—credit default swap basis I: The asset swap pricing of credit default swaps.
CHAPTER 9: The credit default swap basis II: Analysing the relationship between cash and synthetic markets.
CHAPTER 10: Trading the credit default swap basis: Illustrating positive and negative basis arbitrage trades.
CHAPTER 11: Syndicated loans, loan-only credit default swaps and CDS legal documentation.
PART II: Structured credit products and synthetic securitisation.
CHAPTER 12: An introduction to securitisation.
CHAPTER 13: Synthetic collateralised debt obligations.
CHAPTER 14: CDO valuation and cash flow waterfall models.
CHAPTER 15: Synthetic conduits and credit derivative funding structures.
PART III: CD-R.
CHAPTER 16: Files on the accompanying CD-R.
Afterword: Econometrics, finance and football . . . .