Glen Arnold is a businessman, investor and a professor of investment at Salford University. Hes the author of numerous finance and investing books including Corporate Financial Management, The Handbook of Corporate Finance, The Financial Times Guide to Investing and The Great Investors, all published by Financial Times-Prentice Hall.
Chapter 1 The purpose of financial markets
Chapter 2 An overview of the markets and institutions
Chapter 3 Banking: retail and corporate
Chapter 4 Investment banking
Chapter 5 Other types of banking
Chapter 6 Central banking
Chapter 7 Pooled investment funds
Chapter 8 Insurance
Chapter 9 Money markets
Chapter 10 Bond markets governments and corporate
Chapter 11 Bond markets - the more exotic
Chapter 12 Equity markets
Chapter 13 Raising share capital
Chapter 14 Futures markets
Chapter 15 Options and swaps
Chapter 16 Foreign exchange markets
Chapter 17 Hedge funds and private equity
Chapter 18 Regulation of the financial sector
Chapter 19 The financial crisis
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