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HOWARD B. HILL was one of Wall Street's original "rocket scientists."
He worked at AG Becker Paribas, Prudential Securities, the Union Bank of Switzerland, Daiwa Securities, Deutsche Bank and MassMutual Financial.
His innovative bond structures helped lower the cost of home financing on three continents, and the analytic techniques he pioneered have become essential for investors and risk managers in many of our largest financial institutions.
Howard is credited with an unequaled number of industry "firsts" in the securitization market, including the Z-PAC, super PO, ACE and re-REMIC bond structures. His teams executed first-time securitizations that lowered financing costs for apartment buildings, equipment leases, mobile home parks, nursing homes and life insurance policyholder loans.
After working at investment firms for 25 years, Howard now trades for his own account and writes the popular blog mindonmoney.wordpress.com. Howard's publications include chapters in the Euromoney International Debt Capital Markets Handbook , 2006 edition and the Euromoney International Debt Capital Markets Handbook, 2007 edition; articles on REITs and hedging strategies for Financial Planning magazine; and general market commentary for the website NationalMemo.com. He lives in New Milford, Connecticut.
How Massive Unregulated Betting by a Small Group of Financiers Propelled the Mortgage Market Collapse Into a Global Financial Crisis
Howard B Hill
What was the real reason for the worst financial crisis the world has seen since the Great Depression of the 1930s?
Was the problem really subprime mortgages? Predatory lending? Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and government policy? Rating Agencies failing to do their job? Banks too big to fail?
Or was it something else?
Inside these pages, Howard B. Hill points to another reason why the financial gears of our global economy froze in 2008.
As a Wall Street professional for over 25 years, Hill was one of the key individuals responsible for building the mortgage securitization market, and he understands it the way few do.
He analyzes the securitization market from its inception through its glory years through its disastrous legacy. He takes you onto the trading floors, to meet the people who made the market boom...and bust.
- Publication Date:
- 1503012409 / 9781503012400
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Finance / Financial Engineering