Credit risk



One of the biggest risks facing a corporation with leverage is the price it has to pay for its debt, whether it’s in the loan or the bond markets.

For too long, corporate treasurers have focused most of their risk management efforts on areas such as interest rate risk, foreign exchange risk or fluctuating commodities prices.

But as the global credit markets go from strength the strength, and new sophistication brings itself to the fore in the credit derivatives market, corporates are beginning to

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