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Trading Risk Management: Practical Applications to Emerging Markets

  • Mazin A. M. Al Janabi
Part of the Centre for the Study of Emerging Markets Series book series (CSEM)

Abstract

The global deregulation of financial markets has created new investment opportunities, which in turn require the development of new instruments, regulations and efficient risk-management policies/procedures to cope with increased risks. Nonetheless, many disastrous financial crises have hit several financial and non-financial corporations in emerging economies; even so, the developments and innovations in cash-markets instruments and derivative products are on a continuous growth path. Emerging countries and markets, since the early 1990s, have started to play an important role in standardized and over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives and cash-markets. Yet while emerging-market countries share some similarities in development patterns, it is often their individual differences that create unique opportunities and risks that may be addressed through derivative structures and sound risk-management practices.

Keywords

Risk Management Market Risk Asset Allocation Trading Position Trading Asset 
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