The Handbook of Corporate Financial Risk Management (2nd Edition)

By Stanley Myint and Fabrice Famery

Discipline:  Corporate Risk, Operational Risk, Investing

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How are the largest European non-financial companies managing their financial risks? How do you hedge financial risks? How do you determine which risks to hedge first, and which ones (if any) should be left unhedged? The Handbook of Corporate Financial Risk Management addresses these problems, providing a detailed guide to financial risks facing corporates.

This unique book, purely devoted to corporate risk management, is now in its second edition and greatly expanded. It contains 43 real-life case studies, 20 of which are new to the second edition.

Stanley Myint and Fabrice Famery (BNP Paribas) have based this book on 700+ client projects spanning over 14 years. The case studies draw on real-life industry experience and the challenges that treasurers and treasuries face every day.

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