Fundamentals of Corporate Credit Analysis
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Description: Credit analysis experts from Standard & Poor provide a practical, in-depth guide to all aspects of credit analysis, from credit & liquidity risk to insolvency & collateral.
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Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 12/30/2004
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Blaise Ganguin is director of corporate and government financial services for Standard & Poor's. John Bilardello is managing director of financial services for Standard & Poor's. S Blaise Ganguin and John Bilardello
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|Company-specific business risks|
|The management factor|
|Financial risk analysis|
|Cash flow forecasting and modeling|
|Debt instruments and documentation|
|Insolvency regimes and debt structures|
|Estimating recovery prospects|
|Putting it all together : credit ranking|
|Measuring credit risk : pricing and credit risk management|
|The MGM/Mirage merger|
|Kellogg's acquisition of Keebler|
|Air New Zealand|
|Peer comparison : the three largest U.S. forest products companies|
|Yell Group Ltd. leveraged buyout (LBO)|