Interest Rate Risk Management - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780750665988, 9780080457703

Interest Rate Risk Management

1st Edition

Authors: Christine Helliar
eBook ISBN: 9780080457703
Paperback ISBN: 9780750665988
Imprint: CIMA Publishing
Published Date: 4th May 2005
Page Count: 112
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Table of Contents

Executive Summary; Interest Rate Risk Management; Literature Review;Research Method; Interview Findings Questionnaire Survey; Summary and Conclusions.


Financial risk management is currently subject to much debate, especially the accounting for derivative products, and a number of commentators are objecting to the introduction of International Accounting Standard IAS 39 for Derivatives that will be in force by January 2005 for all EU companies. The topic of hedge accounting and the treatment of fair values may have a significant impact on many companies reported profits, and the volatility of earnings is likely to increase.

Uniquely this monograph focuses on interest rate risk management. Most studies of corporate risk management have typically dwelt on the topic of management of exchange rate risk, with interest rate risk management being neglected. The book’s findings examine the views of UK corporate treasurers who are usually involved in the risk management strategies of their organisation and who have responsibility for implementing those strategies in practice.

Key Features

  • The research is the first comprehensive UK study on this area
  • Relevant to the imminent arrival of IAS 39, the International Accounting Standard for Derivatives that will be in force by January 2005 for all EU companies.
  • The findings of the book have implications for government policy and regulators


Company Finance Directors, Treasurers, Finance professionals, Management accountants, Business Consultants, Academics and Students, Policy makers and regulators


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About the Authors

Christine Helliar Author

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Dundee