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Fixed Income Securities

Tools for Today's Markets

Tuckman, Bruce / Serrat, Angel

Wiley Finance Editions

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4. Edition August 2022
560 Pages, Hardcover
Practical Approach Book

ISBN: 978-1-119-83555-4
John Wiley & Sons

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Build or brush up on the foundation you need to be a sophisticated fixed income professional with this proven book

Fixed Income Securities: Tools for Today's Markets has been a valued resource for practitioners and students for over 25 years. Clearly written, and drawing on a myriad of real market examples, it presents an overview of fixed income markets; explains the conceptual frameworks and quantitative tool kits used in the industry for pricing and hedging; and examines a wide range of fixed income instruments and markets, including: government bonds; interest rate swaps; repurchase agreements; interest rate futures; note and bond futures; bond options and swaptions; corporate bonds; credit default swaps; and mortgages and mortgage-backed securities.

Appearing a decade after its predecessor, this long-awaited Fourth Edition is comprehensively revised with:
* An up-to-date overview, including monetary policy with abundant reserves and the increasing electronification of market
* All new examples, applications, and case studies, including lessons from market upheavals through the pandemic
* New material on fixed income asset management
* The global transition from LIBOR to SOFR and other rates

Preface

Overview

Chapter 1 Prices, Discount Factors, and Arbitrage

Chapter 2 Swap, Spot, and Forward Rates

Chapter 3 Returns, Yields, Spreads, and P&L Attribution

Chapter 4 DV01, Duration, and Convexity

Chapter 5 Key-Rate-, Partial-, and Forward-Bucket '01s and Durations

Chapter 6 Regression Hedging and Principal Component Analysis

Chapter 7 Arbitrage Pricing with Term Structure Models

Chapter 8 Expectations, Risk Premium, Convexity, and the Shape of the Term Structure

Chapter 9 The Vasicek and Gauss+ Models

Chapter 10 Repurchase Agreements and Financing

Chapter 11 Note and Bond Futures

Chapter 12 Short-Term Rates and Their Derivatives

Chapter 13 Interest Rate Swaps

Chapter 14 Corporate Debt and Credit Default Swaps

Chapter 15 Mortgages and Mortgage-Backed Securities

Chapter 16 Fixed Income Options

Appendices

Index
BRUCE TUCKMAN is a Clinical Professor of Finance at New York University's Stern School of Business, where he teaches fixed income and derivatives to undergraduates and MBAs. He ran research groups as a Managing Director at major investment banks for 15 years and recently served as Chief Economist of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. He received his PhD in Economics from MIT.

ANGEL SERRAT is Head of Quantitative Investments at the fixed income department of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA). He started an academic career at the University of Chicago and moved to industry in 1999. He held strategy and trading positions at Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Capula Investment Management, where he was a partner and Chief Strategist. He holds a PhD from MIT.

B. Tuckman, Credit Suisse