KYOS consultant Cyriel de Jong has contributed to the Practical Derivatives: A Transactional Approach handbook. Since the first edition back in 2006. financial markets have evolved, and now in January 2023, the fourth edition of Practical Derivatives will be published, with a completely new chapter by Cyriel.
It features a number of new chapters analyzing the latest trends in the following areas:
It also includes updated chapters explaining how derivatives are used in the practical context, how the documentation works and any pitfalls for the unwary. It provides real-life tips for the application and negotiation of transactions referencing:
With contributions from leading law firms, investment firms and academics, this accessible book takes a transactional approach and features coverage of product innovations. Whether you are at a bank, asset manager, pension fund, insurance company or other financial institution; from a company or organization looking to invest or manage your risk; or involved in providing advisory services to these entities, this title will provide you with practical tools for using derivatives in your business.
Cyriel de Jong wrote a chapter on ‘Energy derivatives and hedging strategies’. He updated his chapter and added a completely new case-study compared to the previous edition. The new version includes a case-study on renewable power derivatives, instead of weather derivatives. Cyriel de Jong: “the electricity sector sees a wave of new investments in renewable energy assets, such as solar and wind, which creates a number of financial challenges for all parties involved. I have therefore added a case-study of a solar park in Spain, providing some useful insights on common hedging strategies to mitigate market price risks.”
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