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Iris Mack Marie Energy Trading and Risk Management. A Practical Approach to Hedging, Trading and Portfolio Diversification charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
A comprehensive overview of trading and risk management in the energy markets Energy Trading and Risk Management provides a comprehensive overview of global energy markets from one of the foremost authorities on energy derivatives and quantitative finance. With an approachable writing style, Iris Mack breaks down the three primary applications for energy derivatives markets – Risk Management, Speculation, and Investment Portfolio Diversification – in a way that hedge fund traders, consultants, and energy market participants can apply in their day to day trading activities. Moving from the fundamentals of energy markets through simple and complex derivatives trading, hedging strategies, and industry-specific case studies, Dr. Mack walks readers through energy trading and risk management concepts at an instructive pace, supporting her explanations with real-world examples, illustrations, charts, and precise definitions of important and often-misunderstood terms. From stochastic pricing models for exotic derivatives, to modern portfolio theory (MPT), energy portfolio management (EPM), to case studies dealing specifically with risk management challenges unique to wind and hydro-electric power, the bookguides readers through the complex world of energy trading and risk management to help investors, executives, and energy professionals ensure profitability and optimal risk mitigation in every market climate. Energy Trading and Risk Management is a great resource to help grapple with the very interesting but oftentimes complex issues that arise in energy trading and risk management.
10030.44 RUR
Taxation and International Capital Asset Pricing Theory charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
Adler and Dumas (1983) laid the foundation for pricing international assets under deviation from Relative Purchasing Power Parity (PPP). Only Lally (1996) regards the spectrum of international taxation but in his model - he disregards the tremendous impact of exchange gains taxation in International Capital Asset Pricing Theory (IntCAPT). This dissertation develops a theory of taxation in pricing international assets. The new result is that the integration of exchange gains taxation into the Tax - IntCAPM leads to an international pricing relationship composed of the risky asset's excess return and its world risk premium, which is adapted by exchange gains tax factors. The non-linear deterministic behavior of exchange rates and the determination of inflation by monetary policy lead to the integration of the market equilibrium exchange and inflation rate into the Tax - IntCAPM.
8890 RUR
Initial Public Offer Underpricing charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
Events that take place within stock markets play a serious role in determining Economic Growth.Initial Public Offer Underpricing has been of interest to financial experts, Companies going public and interested in raising finance from stock markets. The book studies Initial Public Offers price variation within the offer period, and in the short-run, by applying empirical finance methodology to Nigerian IPOs, and a thorough literature review of Initial Public Offers. Here we discuss the relevance of asymmetric information, signalling hypothesis,Capital Asset Pricing Model(CAPM), and Fama-French models to Initial Public Offer evaluation in Nigeria. The results of the study are compared for consistency with the behaviorist and asymmetric information models.
4839 RUR
Kirt Butler C. Multinational Finance. Evaluating Opportunities, Costs, and Risks of Operations charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
An in-depth treatment of the international financial arena Multinational Finance, Fifth Edition assumes the viewpoint of the financial manager of a multinational corporation with investment or financial operations in more than one country. This book provides a framework for evaluating the many opportunities, costs, and risks of multinational operations in a manner that allows readers to see beyond the math and terminology surrounding this field to realize the general principles of multinational financial management. Logically organized and written in a clear, non-technical style, this book includes information on international finance topics such as foreign exchange, currency and derivatives markets, currency risk (transaction, operating, and translation) management, country risk, international taxation, capital structure, cost of capital, and international portfolio diversification. It also offers unique chapters on multinational treasury management, the rationale for hedging currency risks, options on real assets, international corporate governance, asset pricing, and portfolio management. Emphasizes the managerial aspects of multinational finance with graphs, figures, and the use of numerous real-world examples Expands on the treatment of parity disequilibria to include exchange rate expectations that differ from parity and a project's operating exposure to currency risk Provides an overview and comparison of the various derivative instruments and their use in risk hedging Contains valuable insights on valuation and management of a multinational corporation's investments If you're looking for the best way to gain a firm understanding of multinational finance, look no further than the fifth edition of this classic text.
6030.96 RUR
Searching for the Right Market Risk Premium charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
Revision with unchanged content. The cost of equity is complex to estimate as investors require a premium for bearing risk. Finance experts have for years been dealing with a precise and practice-orientated model to estimate the cost of equity. In 1964/65, Sharpe and Lintner developed the Capital Asset Pricing Model, which is now widely accepted and used in finance practice. According to the CAPM, the cost of equity is calculated by adding a risk premium to the risk free rate. This risk premium includes the market risk premium. There exist several approaches how to estimate the market risk premium. They can be roughly categorized into historical approaches and forward-looking models. This book endeavours to summarize and classify existing models as well as to evaluate their theoretical background, accuracy and practicability. It will present a clear understanding of the market risk premium and the pros and cons of the different calculation methods to conclude on the most appropriate approach to determine the market risk premium. The calculation models are evaluated according to predefined criteria and the most suitable from each category is chosen to be applied to Austria, Germany and the United Kingdom.
4839 RUR
Jump Diffusion and Stochastic Volatility Models in Securities Pricing charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
The extreme financial markets volatility that the financial crisis unleashed in 2008, continues to challenge researchers on how best to keep track and model such market movements. This book, entitled "Jump Diffusion and Stochastic Volatility Models in Securities Pricing", seeks to add value to the endeavor of modeling volatility and jumps across various asset classes. The aim is to improve risk management efforts and for more accurate pricing of primary and derivative securities. The book presents jump diffusion and stochastic volatility models for the movements of equities, currencies, interest rates, house prices and temperature. All asset classes demonstrate the presence of jumps and stochastic volatility in the movement of their prices.The jumps conform to the Poisson model while stochastic volatility conforms to a normal and a fat-tailed Garch models. Maximum likelihood methods are used to estimate various parameters in the mixture of distributions.
5790 RUR
Handbook of Asset and Liability Management (Handbook of Asset and Liability Management) charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
The Handbooks in Finance are intended to be a definitive source for comprehensive and accessible information in the field of finance. Each individual volume in the series presents an accurate self-contained survey of a sub-field of finance, suitable for use by finance and economics professors and lecturers, professional researchers, graduate students and as a teaching supplement. It is fitting that the series Handbooks in Finance devotes a handbook to Asset and Liability Management. Volume 1 contains chapters that lay the theoretical foundations and develop the methodologies essential for the development of asset and liability management models.*Each volume presents an accurate survey of a sub-field of finance*Fills a substantial gap in this field*Broad in scope
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Asset Allocation, Risk Management and the Variance Risk Premium charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
This dissertation shows the practical usefulness for asset allocation and risk management purposes of the variance risk premium, an index of market implied risk aversion. With reference to the asset allocation application, the short term forecasting ability of the variance risk premium is tested in a real time experiment by simulating long/ short quarterly rebalanced portfolios invested in the S&P500 based on the prediction of econometric models incorporating the premium. The result indicates that the use of the risk aversion index allows the Investor to outperform both the buy and hold strategy as well as similar strategies not including the risk premium both on a risk adjusted basis as well an on an absolute return one. With reference to the risk management application of the risk aversion index, we modify the filtered historical simulation approach to computation of the value at risk by relaxing the assumption of random walk and replace the model drift with a time varying conditional expectation of short-term stock returns. We find that there is little evidence that value at risk models can be improved with the predictability associated with the variance risk premium.
5790 RUR
Jon Gregory Counterparty Credit Risk and Credit Value Adjustment. A Continuing Challenge for Global Financial Markets charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
A practical guide to counterparty risk management and credit value adjustment from a leading credit practitioner Please note that this second edition of Counterparty Credit Risk and Credit Value Adjustment has now been superseded by an updated version entitled The XVA Challenge: Counterparty Credit Risk, Funding, Collateral and Capital. Since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the resultant realization of extensive counterparty risk across the global financial markets, the subject of counterparty risk has become an unavoidable issue for every financial institution. This book explains the emergence of counterparty risk and how financial institutions are developing capabilities for valuing it. It also covers portfolio management and hedging of credit value adjustment, debit value adjustment, and wrong-way counterparty risks. In addition, the book addresses the design and benefits of central clearing, a recent development in attempts to control the rapid growth of counterparty risk. This uniquely practical resource serves as an invaluable guide for market practitioners, policy makers, academics, and students.
6919.73 RUR
Between Futures and Spot Markets charles tapiero s risk finance and asset pricing value measurements and markets
Revision with unchanged content. During the last decade stock markets have witnessed several financial crises. As a result of increasing market integration, even financial distress in a minor market is presently capable of shaking the largest world markets. Therefore, to achieve success in such complex environments, finance professionals need to have a better understanding of the structure of stock market linkages. This book presents a Markov Switching approach to modelling linkages among financial markets. In addition to the problem of modelling intermar­ket dependencies, the book discusses and analyses the importance of index arbitrage on emerging stock markets. Finally, the methods of valuation of forward and future contracts on zero-coupon bonds in a framework of the Cox-Ingersoll-Ross model are presented. The book is addressed to finance professionals, such as mutual and hedge fund managers, risk managers and market regulators. It is also of value to researchers in international finance, risk management and emerging markets.
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