Derivatives, Financial Accounting

On April 10, ABC inc. Enters in a swap contract for 10 years with a chartered bank to turn a fixed rate on liability of $150 million to floating rate. ABC wants to receive interest payments at a fixed rate in exchange for interest payments at a floating rate. The floating reference to the Canadian market is the bankers'' acceptance rate 6 months. Given the average rate that you will find in the worksheet, calculate:
a) Explain briefly why such swap transforms a fixed rate liabilities of ABC inc. in floating rate liabilities.
b) The value of cash flows that ABC pays to the financial institution (Table 7.2 in your textbook should help).
c) The value of the cash flows that ABC receives from financial institution.
d) The net cash flows received (paid) by ABC.
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