Interest Rate Products

  • Andrew Norman

Abstract

This chapter presents some perspectives on the current and prospective range of interest rate derivative products, in addition to some applications and regulatory implications. Amid the growth in innovations which continues from the previous decade, the banking industry of the 1990s will be faced with increased competitive pressures and a tighter regulatory regime; its customers will benefit from an unprecedented array of products offered, but will need to learn how to take maximum advantage of these instruments.

Keywords

Amid Income Drilling Hull Arena 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Andrew Norman
    • 1
  1. 1.Bankers TrustUSA

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