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This paper examines the pricing of interest rate derivatives when the interest rate dynamics experience infrequent jump shocks modelled as a Poisson process. The pricing framework adapted was developed by Chiarella and Nikitopoulos to provide an extension of the Heath, Jarrow and Morton model to...
The classes of reward‐risk optimization problems that arise from different choices of reward and risk measures are considered. In certain examples the generic problem reduces to linear or quadratic programming problems. An algorithm based on a sequence of convex feasibility problems is given for...
In incomplete financial markets not every contingent claim can be replicated by a self‐financing strategy. The risk of the resulting shortfall can be measured by convex risk measures, recently introduced by Föllmer and Schied (2002). The dynamic optimization problem of finding a self‐financing...
A binomial lattice approach is proposed for valuing options whose payoff depends on multiple state variables following correlated geometric Brownian processes. The proposed approach relies on two simple ideas: a log‐transformation of the underlying processes, which is step by step consistent...
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