Financial engineering

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Financial engineering

Combining or carving up existing instruments to create new financial products.
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Financial Engineering

The process of creating a new investment vehicle. For example, one may create a new derivative by taking existing structures and altering them to mitigate risk and/or increase the return. One may also theoretically invent a completely new financial product from nothing. Financial engineering is often mathematically intensive, as a number of risks and other factors must be considered before the new product is marketable.
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She received her bachelor's degree in Finance Engineering from Universidad Privada Boliviana, and went on to obtain both an MSc in Finance from Universidad de Chile and an MBA from Universite de Franche- Comte.
This price range is seen as being still viable during the current cycle by US bank Citi's energy finance engineering specialists.
But banks are hesitant to make risky long-term commitments, especially on a non-recourse basis, due to the high initial costs in the renewable energy sector, said Takashi Hongo, head of JBIC's environment finance engineering department.
The fund including 70% in loan from The Export Credit Agency (ECA) and 30% in equity will be used to finance engineering procurement and construction ruction and infrastructure to process peat, he said.
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