Learning Objectives: Describe a one-factor interest rate model and identify common examples of interest rate factors. Calculate the DV01, duration, and convexity of a portfolio of fixed-income securities. Describe an example of hedging based on effective duration and convexity.
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Learning objectives: Calculate the face value of multiple offsetting swap positions needed to carry out a two-variable regression hedge. Compare and contrast level and change regressions. Describe principal component analysis and explain how it is applied to constructing a hedging portfolio...
Learning objectives: Define and differentiate between short and long hedges and identify their appropriate uses. Describe the arguments for and against hedging and the potential impact of hedging on firm profitability. Define and calculate the basis, discuss various sources of basis risk, and...
Hi all,
I couldn't find a relevant thread on this, but apologies if this has been asked before - I've got myself in to a bit of a quandary around the calculation of "beta", or as we know, the slope of the regression line, for instance between an asset and the hedge. The typical methodology I...
Hi David
On page 170 of VRM, GARP says that when key rates are defined in terms of par yields, one can immediately calculate the position necessary to hedge a portfolio once the exposure of the portfolio to the key rates are calculated.
I think I am struggling to see why all the changes in...
Learning objectives: Compare different strategies a firm can use to manage its risk exposures and explain situations in which a firm would want to use each strategy. Explain the relationship between risk appetite and a firm’s risk management decisions. Evaluate some advantages and disadvantages...
Write down the optimal hedge ratio equation for a stock portfolio and use the information provided to solve the hedging problem.
Assume a fund manager has a £5 million portfolio of shares with a beta risk of 0.87. Price risks are apparent in a two –month holding period horizon.
The only front...
To hedge options Greeks, we want to rely on the formula: +/- Quantity * %Greek = Position Greek, where a short position is represented by negative quantity. In this example, the market maker writes 10,000 ATM call options, each with percentage (per option) delta of 0.550 and gamma of 0.0440...
Learning objectives: Describe an interest rate factor and identify common examples of interest rate factors. Define and compute the DV01 of a fixed income security given a change in yield and the resulting change in price. Calculate the face amount of bonds required to hedge an option position...
Hi all,
I have some doubt regarding this part in Gregory, chapter 4:
"Hedging: Hedging counterparty risk with instruments such as credit default swaps (CDSs) aims to protect against potential default events and adverse credit spread movements.
o Hedging creates operational risk and additional...
Learning objectives: Define and differentiate between short and long hedges and identify their appropriate uses. Describe the arguments for and against hedging and the potential impact of hedging on firm profitability. Define the basis and explain the various sources of basis risk, and explain...
Learning objectives: Describe the over-the-counter market, distinguish it from trading on an exchange, and evaluate its advantages and disadvantages. Differentiate between options, forwards, and futures contracts. Identify and calculate option and forward contract payoffs. Calculate and compare...
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