Managing Fixed Income Portfolios

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A contributed handbook on the complexities of portfolio management that includes the most up-to-date findings from leading practitioners in the fixed income securities market.

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Overview

A contributed handbook on the complexities of portfolio management that includes the most up-to-date findings from leading practitioners in the fixed income securities market.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781883249274
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/15/1997
  • Series: Frank J. Fabozzi Series , #26
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 545
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.31 (d)

Meet the Author

Frank J. Fabozzi is a financial consultant, the editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management, and an Adjunct Professor of Finance at Yale University's School of Management.

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Table of Contents

Preface.

SECTION I: INTEREST RATE RISK MEASURES.

1. Fixed Income Risk (R. Kahn).

2. Measuring and Managing Interest-Rate Risk (S. Richard and B. Gord).

3. Value Measures for Managing Interest-Rate Risk (M. Kreisler and R. Worley).

4. Dissecting Yield Curve Risk (W. Phoa).

5. Bond Convexity: Hidden Risk, Hidden Value (K. Grant).

6. Measuring Plausibility of Hypothetical Interest Rate Shocks (B. Golub and L. Tilman).

7. Valuation and Interest Rate Risk Management Using the Arbitrage-Free Bond Canonical Decomposition Methodology (T. Ho and M. Chen).

SECTION II: GENERATING EXPECTATIONAL INPUTS.

8. Fixed Income Portfolio Investing: The Art of Decision Making (C. Dialynas and E. Rachlin).

9. Forecasting Interest Rates (W. Woolford).

10. A Predictive Modeling Framework for Anticipating Long-Term Interest Rates (G. Boal and E. Plowden).

SECTION III: PORTFOLIO STRATEGIES: ACTIVE AND STRUCTURED.

11. Active Bond Portfolio Management: An Expected Return Approach (F. Trainer, Jr.).

12. Managing Indexed and Enhanced Indexed Bond Portfolios (K. Volpert).

13. Managing a Fixed Income Portfolio Versus a Liability Objective (R. Ryan).

14. Managing Market Risk at Long-Term Investment Funds (L. Gibson, III).

15. Managing Synthetic GIC Portfolios (K. Tourville and J. Caswell).

16. A User's Guide to Buy-Side Bond Trading (R. Gerber).

17. Fixed Income Arbitrage Strategies (J. Berens and R. Friend).

18. The Persistence of Fixed Income Style Performance: Evidence from Mutual Fund Data (R. Kahn and A. Rudd).

19. Consideration of Risk-Based Capital in Daily Portfolio Decisions for Life Insurers (J. Saf).

SECTION IV: MANAGEMENT BY PRODUCT.

20. Management of a High-Yield Bond Portfolio (J. Madden and J. Balestrino).

21. Managing Municipal Bond Portfolios (J. Slater).

22. Using Busted Convertibles to Enhance Performance (W. Leach).

23. A Practical Guide to Relative Value for Mortgages (W. Phoa).

24. Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities: Real Estate Exposure with Managed Risk (J. DeMichele and W. Adams).

25. Corporate Loan Portfolio Management (E. Asarnow and M. McAdams).

SECTION V: INTERNATIONAL FIXED INCOME INVESTING.

26. International Bond Portfolio Management (C. Steward and J. Lynch).

27. International Fixed Income Investment: Philosophy and Process (A. Faillace and L. Thomas).

SECTION VI: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION.

28. Fixed Income Attribution Analysis (F. Jones and L. Peltzman).

29. Measuring Performance of the Insurance Company Portfolio (G. Hahn and J. Saf).

Index.

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