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As the market for new derivative instruments continues to expand both in volume and complexity, traders and brokers everywhere are clamoring for sound, numerical techniques to model, price and comfortably hedge complex, exotic options. Highly accessible to practitioners seeking the latest uses of Monte Carlo and Binomial methods, this book is also a potent resource for financial academics who need to implement, examine and empirically estimate the behavior of various options pricing models.
As the market for new derivative instruments continues to expand both in volume and complexity, traders and brokers everywhere are clamouring for sound numerical techniques to model, price and comfortably hedge complex, exotic options. Implementing Derivatives Models is the single comprehensive source of this application-oriented guidance.
Written in a highly accessible style, it is of great assistance to practitioners and finance academics who need to implement models, examine their behaviour, compare with new models, and perform empirical estimation of the models. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Implementing Derivatives Models Les Clewlow and Chris StricklandDerivatives markets, particularly the over-the-counter market incomplex or exotic options, are continuing to expand rapidly on aglobal scale, However, the availability of information regardingthe theory and applications of the numerical techniques required tosucceed in these markets is limited.
This lack of information isextremely damaging to all kinds of financial institutions andconsequently there is enormous demand for a source of soundnumerical methods for pricing and hedging. Implementing DerivativesModels answers this demand, providing comprehensive coverage ofpractical pricing and hedging techniques for complex options. Read more Read less. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers.
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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Showing of 9 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Implementing Derivatives Models is a great reference for anyone who need to implement derivative models. The algorithms and the underlying ideas are clearly explained. Each model has a numeric example that you can use to check the results of your model.
This really is almost a required reference for anyone building software derivative models a group that seems to be rather small these days. Hull writes for MBAs and the models in his book are implemented in Excel, which is, generally, a tool for those who cannot write software. Each model in the book includes pseudo-code. I really can’t think of any strong flaws. The book is dense and you have to read it carefully.
However, it deals with complex models which require a lot of thought. Perhaps it could have covered issues of numerical convergence a bit more. Quite a bit of errors in the book and the errata is difficult to find.
Learnt a great deal from this book. I bought this because I had to learn some stuff for work, on a project. The book helped me learn the concept easily and understand the content. Authors have succeeded remarkably well in providing studends and practitioners with a book on derivatives concentrating purely on numerical methods. Dderivative writing and notation is clear and free of unnecessary staff.
Focus is never lost.
Almost all aspects that are relevant are covered. However, for the next edition to make the book perfect, I suggest that authors add little more on newer term structure models; HJM, BGM, etc. Also a short chapter on zero estimation would be great, since the building block of term structure derivatives needs to be supplied before derivative price calculations mocels. Probably even credit derivatives, since that area is currently blossoming. Authors do a particularly outstanding job in presenting the more difficult term structure calculations and they give an excellent treatment of the forward algorithm.
Well, what can I say?
In conclusion, an outstanding book, well worth the price. Best book of implementing IR option models that I found while I was implementiny my masters thesis. It has full algorithms for most of the models presented and also simulations of the results.
This books is very valuable for equities derivatives. In particular the implementations are very clear even if it is only sketch and not real implementations. Unfortunately it does not explain the real points behind martingale, risk neutral. So you know how to do it but you do not know why you do it.
For this you should read the Baxter. Another bad point is that the interest rate derivatives are covered just for the single factor rate models and the HJM model and not the LIBOR-Market model which is the most useful model. An excellent applied look at how to value derivatives. The authors could not have done a better job. The extensive section on interest rate derivatives is much clearer than most other books. I would have liked to have seen more on alternatives to the lognormal model, however.
Very good introduction or summary for the most basic models that are used in the industry.
However, it is not very detailed for more complicated models. See all 9 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Set up a giveaway.
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