The Trading Property Derivatives handbook picks up where Getting into Property Derivatives, published by the IPF Property Derivatives Interest Group (PDIG) in November 2008, left off. The earlier publication sought to tackle some of the hurdles encountered by many property investors wanting to participate in the property derivatives market.
This new handbook takes the reader one step further and aims to provide more practical tips and advice on how to tackle the issues involved in getting an organisation to the stage where it can trade derivatives routinely. The content within Trading Property Derivatives is from a UK-based perspective, although many areas of discussion will also be relevant for other markets. Readers should also note that many of the property derivatives based on non-UK indices have actually been traded in the London financial market. Commentary regarding tax and regulatory issues will be less relevant for non-UK readers and further advice will need to be sought.
Take a look at the launch presentations from the 21st April 2010 .........
At an IPF PDIG Breakfast entitled "Trading Property Derivatives" real case studies were presented to support the new publication.
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