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Five years and pages later we ended up with probably the most comprehensive and up-to-date three-volume set that we still refer to as “the book” on the subject. Foundations and Vanilla ModelsVladimir V.
Term Structure Models Volume 3: Aiming to bridge the gap between advanced theoretical models and real-life trading applications, the pragmatic, yet rigorous, approach taken in this book will appeal to students, academics, and professionals working in quantitative finance.
Downside and Quantile Risk Metrics. Leif Andersen and Vladimir Piterbarg are to be congratulated on moving our understanding of this to a new level. Piterbarg Interest Rate Modeling: These applications have, in turn, stimulated research into new Monte Carlo methods and renewed interest in some older techniques.
In the complex and highly liquid interest rate derivatives market, the requirements for model accuracy and realism are inordinately demanding, so it is fortunate for practitioners and academics alike that two of the industry’s leading practitioners have decided to share their model building experiences. AndersenVladimir V.
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Although the focus is eventually turned toward fixed income securities, much of the material ijterest this volume applies to generic financial markets and will be of interest to anybody working in the general area of asset pricing.
I highly recommend this book for anybody interested in how interest rate models really work. Value at Risk and Other Risk Metrics. Products and Risk Management.
This is a must for experts and interesh alike. Discussion about the book over at Wilmott. Advanced Financial Risk Management bridges the gap between the idealized assumptions used for risk valuation and the realities that must be reflected in management actions. Piterbarg “Andersen and Piterbarg have done what others have not dared to try: Saturday 10th of September, An Overview of Market Risk Assessment. The focus of the conference lies on the identification of new risks from financial data.
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