A capital market helps a business entity raise financing -- by selling stocks or bonds -- to fund short- or long-term investment goals, operating commitments and major expansion programs such as mergers or acquisitions.Capital markets could be physically identifiable -- such as New York Stock Exchange -- or electronic trading platforms -- such as (OTC) over-the-counter markets.
Such topics could include risk management tools and techniques in physical and electronic securities markets, research trends in advance finance, corporate finance or investments analysis and government debt management.
Financial risk management covers econometric and mathematical tools and methodologies a business entity uses to assess, value and monitor financial risks in capital markets activities. Market risk arises from security price fluctuations, and is calculated by tools such as Va R (Value at Risk), Monte Carlo simulation and stress testing.
Customers appear to be trading more with non-bank dealers, who are exempt from the Volcker rule but also cannot borrow at the Federal Reserve's discount window. 19-02) This paper examines whether liquidity deteriorated in the single-name credit default swaps market due to regulatory reforms after the 2007-09 financial crisis.
It finds evidence of both increased spreads and lower volumes, consistent with the reforms increasing the cost of market-making for bank-dealers.
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(Forthcoming) "Imputing Missing Social Media Data Streams in Multisensor Studies of Human Behavior.", We analyze the price impact of an exogenous share sale by inside blockholders, who were forced to sell a part of their shareholdings due to a regulatory change in India.He has authored articles since 2000, covering topics such as politics, technology and business.A certified public accountant and certified financial manager, Codjia received a Master of Business Administration from Rutgers University, majoring in investment analysis and financial management.Views and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent official positions or policy of the OFR or Treasury.This paper examines the impact of the Volcker rule, which bans proprietary trading by commercial banks and their affiliates, with some exceptions.OFR publications may be quoted without additional permission.Papers in the series are works in progress and subject to revision.A financial institution is usually regulated by government entities, central banks and industry overseers.Research analysts and investment bankers aid institutional investors in exploring and investing in emerging markets. Corporate finance research topics cover a variety of fields and are usually taught in advanced programs such as master's and doctorate degree programs.A financial institution is a firm that engages primarily in lending, trading, investing or advisory activities on behalf of clients or for the firm's own benefit.A financial firm could be a bank, a hedge fund, a mutual fund or an insurance company.