Computer Simulation in Financial Risk Management: A Guide for Business Planners and Strategists

Synopsis

Computer programs that simulate complex processes in the real world can provide a quantitative tool for determining how much debt can be safely added to a company's capital structure. This book shows why current methods of risk management fail, and how computer simulation can be employed to determine a safe level of debt. Through actual examples the reader will learn how to use simulation techniques to quantify risk factors and to objectively incorporate both lender and borrower positions.

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991