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Optimal trading strategies are determined for liquidation of a large single-asset portfolio to minimize a combination of volatility risk and market impact costs. The market impact cost per share is taken to be a power law function of the trading rate, with an arbitrary positive exponent. This...
This paper considers the pricing of contingent claims using an approach developed and used in insurance pricing. The approach is of interest and significance because of the increased integration of insurance and financial markets and also because insurance-related risks are trading in financial...
This paper presents a new approximate pricing formula for European payer swaptions in the LIBOR market model using an asymptotic expansion method. The formula is very flexible, since it can be applied to a wide range of volatility functions. The formula is tested with a log-normal volatility...
This paper reports fairly accurate simulations of insurance-linked securities within an arbitrage-free framework, while accounting for catastrophic events and allowing for stochastic interest rates. Assessing these contingent claims exhibits features of instability rooted in the discontinuity of...
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