Pricing Financial Products
AbstractDeregulation of the financial system, and the significant heightening of competition that it produced, has directed attention to the way in which financial institutions price their products and services. Also, the loan losses of the nineties increased interest in the problems of pricing for risk.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Centre for Australian Financial Institutions in its series Banking & Finance Conference Papers with number 9905.
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