Fi 4200: Derivative Markets (Fall 2018)

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Instructor: Professor Gerald D. Gay
Office: Room 1203, 
RCB Building 
(35 Broad Street)
Phone: (404) 413-7321
FAX: (404) 413-7312


Welcome to Introduction to Derivative Markets!

This course introduces students to derivative instruments, which are contracts or agreements whose values derive from the prices of underlying assets and goods such as equities, commodities, interest rates, and currencies. The main focus is on the valuation and application of the principal derivatives building blocks including futures and forward contracts, options, and swaps.  Coverage is given to the market structure and to how these products are specifically used by corporations and financial institutions for controlling financial market risks.  The course keeps abreast of global market developments and new product innovations



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