Advanced Fixed-Income Valuation Tools / Edition 1by Narasimhan Jegadeesh, Bruce Tuckman
Pub. Date: 12/28/1999
In response to intense competition and higher market volatility, players in the fixed-income market now demand increasingly sophisticated valuation tools. Until recently, a basic understanding of duration and convexity or the ability to use simple, one-factor term structure models was enough to distinguish one from the crowd. Now, this knowledge is practically de… See more details below
In response to intense competition and higher market volatility, players in the fixed-income market now demand increasingly sophisticated valuation tools. Until recently, a basic understanding of duration and convexity or the ability to use simple, one-factor term structure models was enough to distinguish one from the crowd. Now, this knowledge is practically de rigueur. Cutting-edge players today need a deep understanding of how convexity and risk premia affect bond yields and returns; of how multi-factor term structure models can improve hedging performance; and of how to improve the accuracy and efficiency of Monte Carlo analysis, etc. This book brings together contributions from twenty-four finance professionals and academics from top investment banks, consulting firms, and universities. Going well beyond the basics, Advanced Fixed-Income Valuation Tools brings the reader some of the most advanced thinking in the field. Topics covered in this book include:
• The effects of convexity and risk premia on bond yields, forward and future rates, and expected returns
• The similarities and differences among term structure models
• Multi-factor models and models with jumps
• Modeling credit risk
• Prepayment modeling and MBS pricing
• The Muni-Treasury spread
• Foreign currency options
• Efficient numerical valuation techniques
Advanced Fixed-Income Valuation Tools arms the reader with the knowledge and tools needed to succeed in the competitive and rapidly evolving field of quantitative fixed-income investing and trading.
Table of Contents
ADVANCED FIXED-INCOME MATHEMATICS.
Fixed-Income Subtleties and the Pricing of Long Bonds (N. Pearson).
Convexity Bias and the Yield Curve (A. Ilmanen).
Futures vs. Forward Prices: Implications for Swap Pricing and Derivatives Valuation (M. Grinblatt & N. Jegadeesh).
TERM STRUCTURE MODELING.
Discrete-Time Models of Bond Pricing (D. Backus, et al.).
Stochastic Mean Models of the Term Structure of Interest Rates (P. Balduzzi, et al.).
Interest Rate Modeling with Jump-Diffusion Processes (S. Das).
OTHER RISK FACTORS.
Some Elements of Rating-Based Credit Risk Modeling (D. Lando).
Anatomy of Prepayments: The Salomon Brothers Prepayment Model (L. Hayre & A. Rajan).
The Pricing and Hedging of Mortgage-Backed Securities: A Multivariate Density Estimation Approach (J. Boudoukh, et al.).
The Muni Puzzle: Explanations and Implications for Investors (J. Chalmers).
Models of Currency Option Pricing (G. Bakshi & Z. Chen).
NUMERICAL VALUATION TECHNIQUES.
Exploring the Relation between Discrete-Time Jump Processes and the Finite Difference Method (S. Heston & G. Zhou).
Monte Carlo Methods for the Valuation of Interest Rate Securities (L. Andersen & P. Boyle).
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