Institutional investor

Финансовый посредник, владеющий ценным бумагами.

См. тж.: Individual investor; Investmen income; Securities; Speculative income.

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Долан Э. Дж., Домненко Б.И.

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Бюджетирование
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Institutional Investors Institutional Investors One of the most important recent developments in financial markets is the institutionalization of saving associated with the growth of pension funds, life insurance companies, and mutual funds. An increasing proportion of household saving is now managed by professional portfolio managers instead of being directly invested in the securities markets or held in the form of bank deposits. With the aging of the population and its adverse impact on public pension systems, the shift of individual savings to institutional investors is likely to become even more marked in the coming years. This book provides a comprehensive economic assessment of institutional investment. It charts the development and performance of the asset management industry and analyzes the implications of rising institutionalized saving for the development of the securities trading industry, the financial sector as a whole, and the wider economy. The book draws extensively on international experience,...
Institutional Investors Institutional Investors One of the most important recent developments in financial markets is the institutionalization of saving associated with the growth of pension funds, life insurance companies, and mutual funds. An increasing proportion of household saving is now managed by professional portfolio managers instead of being directly invested in the securities markets or held in the form of bank deposits. With the aging of the population and its adverse impact on public pension systems, the shift of individual savings to institutional investors is likely to become even more marked in the coming years. This book provides a comprehensive economic assessment of institutional investment. It charts the development and performance of the asset management industry and analyzes the implications of rising institutionalized saving for the development of the securities trading industry, the financial sector as a whole, and the wider economy. The book draws extensively on international experience,...
Wealth Management: Private Banking, Investment Decisions, and Structured Financial Products Wealth Management: Private Banking, Investment Decisions, and Structured Financial Products This book has two themes: Private Banking and investment decisions regarding Structural Financial Products. Dr. Dimitris Chorafas examines in a rigorous way whether structured financial products are advisable investments for retail and institutional investors and, if yes, which risks they entail. As our society becomes increasingly affluent, and state-supported pension schemes find it difficult to survive, a growing number of high net-worth individuals, and families, have become retail investors - looking for ways and means to optimize wealth management, and Private Banking deals with these sorts of clients. Private banking also deals with clients that are institutional investors, such as pension funds, mutual funds, and insurance companies, as well as not-for-profits, foundations and companies explicitly set up for wealth management. Both institutional and retail investors are being offered by the banks they work with structured products. Typically, these are securities that provide...
Finding the Hot Spots: 10 Strategies for Global Investing Finding the Hot Spots: 10 Strategies for Global Investing Praise for FINDING THE HOT SPOTS "David Riedel's Finding the Hot Spots provides keen insights into the new reality of investing with a global perspective. Internationally diversified investment portfolios reduce risk while enhancing returns, as many American-based individual and institutional investors have discovered in recent years. Riedel succeeds in providing simple, effective tools and strategies." —J. Craig Chapman Managing Director, Long-Term Asset Management (HK) Limited "Finding the Hot Spots simplifies and demystifies international investing and makes non-U.S. markets alluring and accessible . . . a must-read for all individual investors." —John D. Meserve Chairman, BNY Jaywalk, Inc. "Anyone considering investing in emerging markets should begin by reading David Riedel's Finding the Hot Spots. This excellent book explains how to reap the benefits while avoiding the risks of investing in the world's fastest growing...
The Rating Agencies and Their Credit Ratings The Rating Agencies and Their Credit Ratings Credit ratings have become a universal phenomenon throughout the capital markets, relied upon by investors, issuers and regulators alike. Issuers understand the fundamental effect of their rating on financing costs, and investors make buying (and selling) decisions based heavily on these scores. Regulators have incorporated credit ratings into everything from allowable investment alternatives for institutional investors to required capital for global banking firms. Credit rating agencies and their output are vital in overcoming the information asymmetries of the capital market. The Rating Agencies and their Credit Ratings is a comprehensive explanation of what they are, how they function and why they are relevant, addressing a broad range of issues from the credit rating process and the performance of credit ratings, to the evolution of the credit rating industry and its regulation. The book is organised into three distinct sections. Part A provides an...
PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity: Revised and Updated Edition PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity: Revised and Updated Edition In PIPE transactions, public compoanies issue stock and bonds directly, and often discreetly, to large institutional investors, rather than raising capiltal in the stock and bond markets. This has become an attractive financing alternative for companies seeking capital and investors seekiing high returns and the number of deals surges each year. PIPEs details how these deals are done, for what reasons, and with what caveats.
Funds of Hedge Funds: Performance, Assessment, Diversification, and Statistical Properties (Quantitative Finance) Funds of Hedge Funds: Performance, Assessment, Diversification, and Statistical Properties (Quantitative Finance) With about $450 billion in assets, funds of hedge funds are the most recent darling of investors. While hedge funds carry high risk for the promise of high returns they are designed for the very rich and for large institutional investors such as pension funds. A Fund of Hedge Funds (FOF) spreads investments among a number of hedge funds to reduce risk and provide diversification, while maintaining the potential for higher than average returns. Odds are that some pension fund of yours is invested heavily in these products, and more recently these FOFs have been opened to more and more individual investors in offshore jurisdictions with lower minimum entry levels. Since this is a new and extremely fast-moving financial phenomenon, academic research has just begun in earnest, and this is the first book to present rigorous academic research by some of the leading lights in academic finance, carefully analyzing the broad array of issues involved in FOFs. * With over $450 billion...
Winning the Loser Winning the Loser's Game: Timeless Strategies for Successful Investing The Classic Guide to Winning on Wall Street—Completely Updated and Expanded! “The best book about investing? The answer is simple: Winning the Loser’s Game. Using compelling data and pithy stories, Charley Ellis has captured beautifully in this new and expanded edition of his classic work the most important lessons regarding investing. In today's unforgiving environment, it's a must-read!” F. William McNabb III, Chief Executive Officer and President, Vanguard “Charley Ellis has been one of the most influential investment writers for decades. This classic should be required reading for both individual and institutional investors.” Burton Malkiel, author, A Random Walk Down Wall Street “No one understands what it takes to be a successful investor better than Charley Ellis and no one explains it more clearly or eloquently. This updated investment classic belongs on every investor’s bookshelf.” Consuelo Mack,...
Credit Derivatives and Structured Credit: A Guide for Investors (The Wiley Finance Series) Credit Derivatives and Structured Credit: A Guide for Investors (The Wiley Finance Series) Over the past decade, credit derivatives have emerged as the key financial innovation in global capital markets. At end 2004, the market size hit $6.4 billion (in notional amounts) from virtually nothing in 1995. This rise has been spurred by the imperative for banks to better manage their risks, not least credit risks, and the appetite shown by institutional investors and hedge funds for innovative, high yielding structured investment products. As a result, growth in collateralized debt obligations and other second-generation products, such as credit indices, is currently phenomenal. It is enabled by the standardization and increased liquidity in credit default swaps – the building block of the credit derivatives market. Written by market practitioners and specialists, this book covers the fundamentals of the credit derivatives and structured credit market, including in-depth product descriptions, analysis of real transactions, market overview, pricing models, banks...
Investing in Collateralized Debt Obligations Investing in Collateralized Debt Obligations The fastest growing sector of the asset-backed securities market is the collateralized debt obligation (CDO) market. CDOs are securities backed by a pool of diversified assets and are referred to as collateralized bond obligations (CBOs) when the underlying assets are bonds and as collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) when the underlying assets are bank loans. Investing in Collateralized Debt Obligations covers not only the fundamental features of these securities and the investment characteristics that make them attractive to a broad range of institutional investors, but also the tools for identifying relative value. Nearly a dozen of today?s best known analysts discuss emerging market CBOs, relative value frameworks, pricing strategies and techniques, and more.