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The past decade has resulted in greater specialisation in the financial markets than ever before. This is most pronounced in derivatives, where there is a powerful quantitative understanding of exotic options and interest rate models. In newer areas, strong mathematical and statistical tools have supported the development of structured synthetic credit instruments such as collateralised debt obligations (CDOs).

But this enhanced financial engineering has also led to such a high level of

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