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Pascal A. Gantenbein

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  • Zinsen, Anleihen, Krediteby Pascal Gantenbein; Klaus Spremann

    De Gruyter 2014; US$ 980.00

    This textbook deals with money markets and capital markets along with the management of retirement portfolios. It places a particular focus on interest rate formation, interest rate structure, interest models, and the evaluation of interest-bearing securities. more...

  • Swiss Financeby Henri B. Meier; John E. Marthinsen; Pascal A. Gantenbein

    Wiley 2012; US$ 125.00

    How is it possible for a small country in the middle of Europe and surrounded by financial giants, like Germany and France, to have wielded such power (and for so long) in the global financial markets? Swiss Finance: Capital Markets, Banking, and the Swiss Value Chain explains the present-day state of Swiss capital and money markets, but rather... more...

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