Interest Rate Derivatives Explained

Interest Rate Derivatives Explained [Repost]  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Dec. 7, 2015
Interest Rate Derivatives Explained  [Repost]

Interest Rate Derivatives Explained by Dr Jörg Kienitz
English | 9 Dec. 2014 | ISBN: 1137360062 | 224 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

The interest rate derivatives markets underwent significant change in the wake of the global financial crisis, change that included the adoption of multi-curve modelling frameworks and market data. Furthermore, even for simple financial instruments significant effort for pricing and risk management can be necessary due to collateral agreements and the consideration of xVA.
Interest Rate Derivatives Explained: Volume 1: Products and Markets

Interest Rate Derivatives Explained: Volume 1: Products and Markets (Financial Engineering Explained) by Jörg Kienitz
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1137360062 | 208 pages | PDF | 6,4 MB

PDE Valuation of Interest Rate Derivatives  

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PDE Valuation of Interest Rate Derivatives

PDE Valuation of Interest Rate Derivatives by Peter Kohl-Landgraf
Publisher: Books On Demand | 2007 | ISBN: 3833495375 | 222 pages | DJVU (scan) | 1,9 MB

The Libor Market Model and its several extensions can be seen as state of the art in interest rate modeling. However, due to the ever increasing complexity of interest rate products, the high dimensionality of this approach starts to reach its limits from the computational side. This book is mainly concerned with a class of Markovian Yield Curve Models which try to overcome that disadvantage as they enable a low-dimensional deterministic and fast PDE valuation.
Interest Rate Derivatives: Valuation, Calibration and Sensitivity Analysis (Repost)

Ingo Beyna, "Interest Rate Derivatives: Valuation, Calibration and Sensitivity Analysis"
Published: 2013-02-20 | ISBN: 3642349242 | PDF | 220 pages | 3 MB

The class of interest rate models introduced by O. Cheyette in 1994 is a subclass of the general HJM framework with a time dependent volatility parameterization. This book addresses the above mentioned class of interest rate models and concentrates on the calibration, valuation and sensitivity analysis in multifactor models.
Pricing Interest-Rate Derivatives: A Fourier-Transform Based Approach (Repost)

Markus Bouziane, "Pricing Interest-Rate Derivatives: A Fourier-Transform Based Approach"
2008 | pages: 206 | ISBN: 3540770658 | PDF | 3,1 mb

This book provides a modular pricing framework which allows the valuation of interest-rate derivatives in a general jump-diffusion setup. Starting with a comparison of three Fourier-style pricing methodologies, the book covers the derivation of Fourier-transform based solutions for different interest-rate derivatives by using contour integration principles, the development of a IFFT-based pricing algorithm, and a detailed analysis of different jump-diffusion short-rate models.
Interest Rate Derivatives: Valuation, Calibration and Sensitivity Analysis [Repost]

Ingo Beyna - Interest Rate Derivatives: Valuation, Calibration and Sensitivity Analysis
Published: 2013-02-20 | ISBN: 3642349242 | PDF | 220 pages | 3 MB
Pricing Interest-Rate Derivatives: A Fourier-Transform Based Approach (Repost)

Markus Bouziane, "Pricing Interest-Rate Derivatives: A Fourier-Transform Based Approach"
2008 | pages: 206 | ISBN: 3540770658 | PDF | 3,1 mb

Pricing Interest-Rate Derivatives: A Fourier-Transform Based Approach (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

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Pricing Interest-Rate Derivatives: A Fourier-Transform Based Approach (repost)

Pricing Interest-Rate Derivatives: A Fourier-Transform Based Approach by Markus Bouziane
English | 2008 | pages: 206 | ISBN: 3540770658 | PDF | 3,3 mb
Japanese Fixed Income Markets: Money, Bond and Interest Rate Derivatives

Japanese Fixed Income Markets: Money, Bond and Interest Rate Derivatives by Jonathan A. Batten
English | Nov 30, 2006 | ISBN: 0444520201 | 460 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

The Japanese capital markets were liberalized, decontrolled and increasingly opened to foreign participation in the 1970s. The fixed income market particularly expanded to finance the government fiscal deficits commencing in 1975. However, growth in the non-Government side of the market for Japan has been a more recent phenomenon and a goal of policymakers in Japan and Asia since 1997. These markets are now second only to those in the United States and dominate the issuance market in the Asian Pacific region.
Accounting for Investments, Fixed Income Securities and Interest Rate Derivatives: A Practitioner's Handbook (Volume 2)

Accounting for Investments, Fixed Income Securities and Interest Rate Derivatives: A Practitioner's Handbook (Volume 2), 2 edition by R. Venkata Subramani
English | 2011 | ISBN: 047082591X | 576 pages | EPUB | 76 MB