“The Exchange Manifesto”
Bestselling author of “Capital Market Revolution” series produces a pocket field guide to the benefits of organised markets…
…How exchanges can benefit all sectors of society particularly in emerging markets…
…creating Sustainable Development at the lowest opportunity cost for government
New Book Promotes the Message of Sustainable Development Through Free Markets
Patrick L Young author of the best-selling “Capital Market Revolution!” series has written “The Exchange Manifesto” to explain succinctly how markets work and why organized exchanges benefit all forms of society.
“Having been a key part of all successful civilizations throughout history, nowadays IT means that electronic exchanges are bringing benefits to everybody on the planet, helping to promote sustainable development for all” comments the author.
The central premise of “The Exchange Manifesto” is to promote understanding of how exchanges work and how they can benefit all manner of economies but particularly those in emerging markets which lack means to provide better security of trade for subsistence farmers and to promote commerce and sustainable growth.
A compact 100 page tome, “The Exchange Manifesto” has been written to celebrate the 10th anniversary of emerging market exchange organization “AFM” (Association of Futures Markets)”
“With a membership spread through the world and with a heavy emphasis on the former Communist countries of Eastern Europe, the title “The Exchange Manifesto” seemed a natural one,” commented Riccardo Marra, Chairman of MaTBA, (the
“We see “The Exchange Manifesto” as an ideal way to promote the world of exchanges and our association to all interested parties, whether they are in the media, regulation, politics or market practitioners themselves looking to create or promote new markets.
Exploring everything from the rich history of exchange markets through their proliferation as a result of the digital age and the rich choice of product they can provide, “The Exchange Manifesto” is the ideal starting place for anybody wishing to understand better just how exchanges can help sustainable development, reduce poverty and increase wealth for all.
“The concept that exchanges are just the preserve of the chauffeur-driven classes is a myth perpetuated by those who fail to understand how contemporary technology has made exchanges possible for even tiny niche commodities throughout the world,” adds Young.
The Exchange Manifesto is the first book to be published by specialist financial media company Derivatives Vision.
For further information, to co-ordinate an author interview or request a review copy, please contact:
Sabine Ferber, MPA, +33 624 78 74 04
The Exchange Manifesto
“How Organised Markets Sustain Development Throughout the World”
By Patrick L Young
Derivatives Vision Publishing
106 pages, paperback
Retail Price 9.99
“The Exchange Manifesto
– A Clear Vision for Sustainable Development”
About the Author
Patrick L Young
He has in the past consulted to many leading organisations throughout the world including exchanges such as Bourse de Montreal, CME, Deutsche Borse, Euronext, and many major banks/investment banks, hedge fund/fund managers and government organisations.
Patrick is a regular guest on CNBC Europe and a media commentator in leading financial journals and digital media, including the FT, Wall Street Journal and Australian Financial Review, having broadcast on BBC, Bloomberg, CNN, ITV and Reuters as well as networks in
Patrick was appointed a director of specialist private brokerage boutique ODL Monaco upon its foundation early in 2007
Other books by Patrick L Young include:
- Capital Market Revolution! (Financial Times Prentice Hall 1999)
- The Promiscuous Investor (erivatives 2001)
- New Capital Market Revolution (Texere 2002)
- Single Stock Futures – A Traders Guide (John Wiley 2003)
- An Intangible Commodity (Editor) (erivatives 2004)