ANDERSEN PITERBARG INTEREST RATE MODELING PDF

Leif B. Andersen , Vladimir V. The three volumes of Interest Rate Modeling present a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of techniques and models used in the pricing and risk management of fixed income securities. Written by two leading practitioners and seasoned industry veterans, this unique series combines finance theory, numerical methods, and approximation techniques to provide the reader with an integrated approach to the process of designing and implementing industrial-strength models for fixed income security valuation and hedging.

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Table of contents for all three volumes full details at andersen-piterbarg-book. From Preface For quantitative researchers working in an investment bank, the process of writing a fixed income model usually has two stages. First, a theoretical framework for yield curve dynamics is specified, using the language of mathematics especially stochastic calculus to ensure that the underlying model is well-specified and internally consistent.

Second, in order to use the model in practice, the equations arising from the first step need to be turned into a working implementation on a computer. While specification of the theoretical model may be seen as the difficult part, in quantitative finance applications the second step is technically and intellectually often more challenging than the first. In the implementation phase, not only does one need to translate abstract ideas into computer code, one also needs to ensure that the resulting numbers being produced are meaningful to a trading desk, are stable and robust, are in line with market observations, and are produced in a timely manner.

While there are many good introductory books on fixed income derivatives on the market, when we hire people who have read them we find that they still require significant training before they become productive members of our quantitative research teams. For one, while existing literature covers some aspects of the first step above, advanced approaches to specifying yield curve dynamics are typically not covered in sufficient detail. More importantly, there is simply too little said in the literature about the process of getting the theory to work in the real world of trading and risk management.

An important goal of our book series is to close these gaps in the literature. The three volumes of Interest Rate Modeling are aimed primarily at practitioners working in the area of interest rate derivatives, but much of the material is quite general and, we believe, will also hold significant appeal to researchers working in other asset classes.

Students and academics interested in financial engineering and applied work will find the material particularly useful for its description of real-life model usage and for its expansive discussion of model calibration, approximation theory, and numerical methods. In preparing the books we have drawn on nearly 30 years of combined industry experience, and much of the material has never been exposed in book form before.

We owe a great debt of gratitude to our families for their support and patience, even when our initial plans for a brief book on tips and tricks for working quants ballooned into something more ambitious that consumed many evenings and weekends over the last six years. The three volumes of Interest Rate Modeling present a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of techniques and models used in the pricing and risk management of fixed income securities. Written by two leading practitioners and seasoned industry veterans, this unique series combines finance theory, numerical methods, and approximation techniques to provide the reader with an integrated approach to the process of designing and implementing industrial-strength models for fixed income security valuation and hedging.

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.

Volume III contains a detailed study of several classes of fixed income securities, ranging from simple vanilla options to highly exotic cancelable and path-dependent derivatives. The analysis is done in product-specific fashion covering, among other subjects, risk characterization, calibration strategies, and valuation methods.

In its second half, Volume III studies the general topic of derivative portfolio risk management, with a particular emphasis on the challenging problem of computing smooth price sensitivities to market input perturbations. Written by two of the sharpest mathematical minds in the industry, the theoretical presentation is precise, the scope is comprehensive, and the implementation details reflect the authors' ample experience. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Condition: New. Language: English.

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Table of contents for all three volumes full details at andersen-piterbarg-book. From Preface For quantitative researchers working in an investment bank, the process of writing a fixed income model usually has two stages. First, a theoretical framework for yield curve dynamics is specified, using the language of mathematics especially stochastic calculus to ensure that the underlying model is well-specified and internally consistent. Second, in order to use the model in practice, the equations arising from the first step need to be turned into a working implementation on a computer. While specification of the theoretical model may be seen as the difficult part, in quantitative finance applications the second step is technically and intellectually often more challenging than the first. In the implementation phase, not only does one need to translate abstract ideas into computer code, one also needs to ensure that the resulting numbers being produced are meaningful to a trading desk, are stable and robust, are in line with market observations, and are produced in a timely manner. While there are many good introductory books on fixed income derivatives on the market, when we hire people who have read them we find that they still require significant training before they become productive members of our quantitative research teams.

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