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An Introduction to Credit Derivatives

An Introduction to Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Moorad Choudhry
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2012-12-31
  • Total pages :158
  • ISBN : 9780080982984
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Summary : The second edition of An Introduction to Credit Derivatives provides a broad introduction to products and a marketplace that have changed significantly since the financial crisis of 2008. Author Moorad Choudhry gives a practitioner's perspective on credit derivative instruments and the risks they involve in a succinct style without sacrificing technical details and scientific precision. Beginning with foundational discussions of credit risk, credit risk transfer and credit ratings, the book proceeds to examine credit default swaps and related pricing, asset swaps, credit-linked notes, and more. Ample references, appendices and a glossary add considerably to the lasting value of the book for students and professionals in finance. A post-crisis guide to a powerful bank risk management product, its history and its use Liberal use of Bloomberg screens and new worked examples increase hands-on practicality New online set of CDS pricing models and other worksheets multiply the book's uses

Understanding Credit Derivatives and Related Instruments

Understanding Credit Derivatives and Related Instruments
  • Author : Antulio N. Bomfim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-11-23
  • Total pages :420
  • ISBN : 9780128004906
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Summary : Understanding Credit Derivatives and Related Instruments, Second Edition is an intuitive, rigorous overview that links the practices of valuing and trading credit derivatives with academic theory. Rather than presenting highly technical explorations, the book offers summaries of major subjects and the principal perspectives associated with them. The book's centerpiece is pricing and valuation issues, especially valuation tools and their uses in credit models. Five new chapters cover practices that have become commonplace as a result of the 2008 financial crisis, including standardized premiums and upfront payments. Analyses of regulatory responses to the crisis for the credit derivatives market (Basel III, Dodd-Frank, etc.) include all the necessary statistical and mathematical background for readers to easily follow the pricing topics. Every reader familiar with mid-level mathematics who wants to understand the functioning of the derivatives markets (in both practical and academic contexts) can fully satisfy his or her interests with the comprehensive assessments in this book. Explores the role that credit derivatives played during the economic crisis, both as hedging instruments and as vehicles that potentially magnified losses for some investors Comprehensive overview of single-name and multi-name credit derivatives in terms of market specifications, pricing techniques, and regulatory treatment Updated edition uses current market statistics (market size, market participants, and uses of credit derivatives), covers the application of CDS technology to other asset classes (CMBX, ABX, etc.), and expands the treatment of individual instruments to cover index products, and more

Credit Derivatives

Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Mark J. P. Anson,Frank J. Fabozzi,Moorad Choudhry,Ren-Raw Chen
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2004-02-01
  • Total pages :288
  • ISBN : 0471652385
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Summary : An essential guide to credit derivatives Credit derivatives has become one of the fastest-growing areas of interest in global derivatives and risk management. Credit Derivatives takes the reader through an in-depth explanation of an investment tool that has been increasingly used to manage credit risk in banking and capital markets. Anson discusses everything from the basics of why credit risk is important to accounting and tax implications of credit derivatives. Key topics covered in this essential guidebook include: credit swaps; credit forwards; credit linked notes; and credit derivative pricing models. Anson also discusses the implications of credit risk management as well as credit derivative regulation. Using charts, examples, basic investment theory, and elementary mathematics, Credit Derivatives illustrates the real-world practice and applications of credit derivatives products. Mark J. P. Anson (Sacramento, CA) is the Chief Investment Officer at Calpers. Frank J. Fabozzi (New Hope, PA) is a Fellow of the International Center for Finance at Yale University. Moorad Choudhry (Surrey, UK) is a Vice President in Structured Finance Services with JP Morgan Chase Bank in London. Ren-Raw Chen is an Assistant and Associate Professor at the Rutgers University Faculty of Management.

Credit Derivatives

Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Geoff Chaplin
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2005-09-27
  • Total pages :336
  • ISBN : 9780470024171
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Summary : The credit derivatives market has developed rapidly over the last ten years and is now well established in the banking community and is increasingly making its presence felt in all areas of finance. This book covers the subject from credit bonds, asset swaps and related ‘real world’ issues such as liquidity, poor data, and credit spreads, to the latest innovations in portfolio products, hedging and risk management techniques. The book concentrates on practical issues and develops an understanding of the products through applications and detailed analysis of the risks and alternative means of trading. Credit Derivatives: Risk Management, Trading and Investing provides: A description of the key products, applications, and an analysis of typical trades including basis trading, hedging, and credit structuring Analysis of the industry standard ‘default and recovery’ and Copula models including many examples, and a description of the models’ shortcomings Tools and techniques for the management of a portfolio or book of credit risks including appropriate and inappropriate methods of correlation risk management A thorough analysis of counterparty risk An intuitive understanding of credit correlation in reality and in the Copula model The CD in the back of this book includes an Evaluation Version of Mathcad® 12 Single User Edition, which is reproduced by permission. This software is a fully-functional trial of Mathcad which will expire 30 days from installation. For technical support or more information see http://www.mathcad.com.

Credit Derivatives

Credit Derivatives
  • Author : George Chacko,Anders Sjöman,Hideto Motohashi,Vincent Dessain
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2006-06-02
  • Total pages :288
  • ISBN : 9780132715928
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Summary : The credit risk market is the fastest growing financial market in the world, attracting everyone from hedge funds to banks and insurance companies. Increasingly, professionals in corporate finance need to understand the workings of the credit risk market in order to successfully manage risk in their own organizations; in addition, some wish to move into the field on a full-time basis. Most books in the field, however, are either too academic for working professionals, or written for those who already possess extensive experience in the area. Credit Derivatives fills the gap, explaining the credit risk market clearly and simply, in language any working financial professional can understand. Harvard Business School faculty member George C. Chacko and his colleagues begin by explaining the underlying principles surrounding credit risk. Next, they systematically present today's leading methods and instruments for managing it. The authors introduce total return swaps, credit spread options, credit linked notes, and other instruments, demonstrating how each of them can be used to isolate risk and sell it to someone willing to accept it.

Credit Derivatives Pricing Models

Credit Derivatives Pricing Models
  • Author : Philipp J. Schönbucher
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2003-10-31
  • Total pages :396
  • ISBN : 9780470868171
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Summary : The credit derivatives market is booming and, for the first time, expanding into the banking sector which previously has had very little exposure to quantitative modeling. This phenomenon has forced a large number of professionals to confront this issue for the first time. Credit Derivatives Pricing Models provides an extremely comprehensive overview of the most current areas in credit risk modeling as applied to the pricing of credit derivatives. As one of the first books to uniquely focus on pricing, this title is also an excellent complement to other books on the application of credit derivatives. Based on proven techniques that have been tested time and again, this comprehensive resource provides readers with the knowledge and guidance to effectively use credit derivatives pricing models. Filled with relevant examples that are applied to real-world pricing problems, Credit Derivatives Pricing Models paves a clear path for a better understanding of this complex issue. Dr. Philipp J. Schönbucher is a professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, and has degrees in mathematics from Oxford University and a PhD in economics from Bonn University. He has taught various training courses organized by ICM and CIFT, and lectured at risk conferences for practitioners on credit derivatives pricing, credit risk modeling, and implementation.

Credit Derivatives and Structured Credit

Credit Derivatives and Structured Credit
  • Author : Richard Bruyere,Regis Copinot,Loic Fery,Christophe Jaeck,Thomas Spitz
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2006-06-14
  • Total pages :294
  • ISBN : 9780470026236
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Summary : Over the past decade, credit derivatives have emerged as the key financial innovation in global capital markets. At end 2004, the market size hit $6.4 billion (in notional amounts) from virtually nothing in 1995. This rise has been spurred by the imperative for banks to better manage their risks, not least credit risks, and the appetite shown by institutional investors and hedge funds for innovative, high yielding structured investment products. As a result, growth in collateralized debt obligations and other second-generation products, such as credit indices, is currently phenomenal. It is enabled by the standardization and increased liquidity in credit default swaps – the building block of the credit derivatives market. Written by market practitioners and specialists, this book covers the fundamentals of the credit derivatives and structured credit market, including in-depth product descriptions, analysis of real transactions, market overview, pricing models, banks business models. It is recommended reading for students in business schools and financial courses, academics, and professionals working in investment and asset management, banking, corporate treasury and the capital markets. Highlights include: Written by market practitioners and specialists with first-hand experience in the credit derivatives and structured credit market A clearly-written, pedagogical book with numerous illustrations Detailed review of real-case transactions A comprehensive historical perspective on market developments including up-to-date analysis of the latest trends

Credit Derivatives

Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Gunter Meissner
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009-02-04
  • Total pages :248
  • ISBN : 9781405137461
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Summary : The market for credit derivatives--financial instruments designedto transfer credit risk from one party to another--has grownexponentially in recent years, with volume expected to reach morethan $4.8 trillion by 2004. With demand increasing from the privatesector for finance professionals trained in the opportunities--anddangers--inherent in this fast-changing market, finance courses arealready springing up to meet this need. Credit Derivatives: Explains the field of credit derivatives to business studentswith a background in finance Cites real-world examples throughout, reinforced byend-of-chapter questions and internet links to pricing models Provides a concise overview of the field that is ideal forinstructors seeking to supplement traditional derivatives coursematerial, as well as those looking to offer a stand-alone course oncredit derivatives.

Introduction to Credit Risk

Introduction to Credit Risk
  • Author : Giulio Carlone
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020-11-09
  • Total pages :470
  • ISBN : 9781000171457
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Summary : Introduction to Credit Risk focuses on analysis of credit risk, derivatives, equity investments, portfolio management, quantitative methods, and risk management. In terms of application, this book can be used as an important tool to explain how to generate data rows of expected exposure to counterparty credit risk. The book also directs the reader on how to visualize, in real time, the results of this data, generated with a Java tool. Features Uses an in-depth case study to illustrate multiple factors in counterparty credit risk exposures Suitable for quantitative risk managers at banks, as well as students of finance, financial mathematics, and software engineering Provides the reader with numerous examples and applications Giulio Carlone has an MBA, a PhD, and a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Italy. He is a member of the software system engineering staff of the Department of Computer Science at University College London. He has 20 years of practical experience in technical software engineering and quantitative finance engineering in the commercial sector. His research interests include the use of communication strategies and the implementation of plans and projects using financial software for requirement specifications, requirements analysis, and architectural design.

Modelling Single-name and Multi-name Credit Derivatives

Modelling Single-name and Multi-name Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Dominic O'Kane
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-03-08
  • Total pages :514
  • ISBN : 1119995442
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Summary : Modelling Single-name and Multi-name Credit Derivatives presents an up-to-date, comprehensive, accessible and practical guide to the pricing and risk-management of credit derivatives. It is both a detailed introduction to credit derivative modelling and a reference for those who are already practitioners. This book is up-to-date as it covers many of the important developments which have occurred in the credit derivatives market in the past 4-5 years. These include the arrival of the CDS portfolio indices and all of the products based on these indices. In terms of models, this book covers the challenge of modelling single-tranche CDOs in the presence of the correlation skew, as well as the pricing and risk of more recent products such as constant maturity CDS, portfolio swaptions, CDO squareds, credit CPPI and credit CPDOs.

Subprime Mortgage Credit Derivatives

Subprime Mortgage Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Laurie S. Goodman,Shumin Li,Douglas J. Lucas,Thomas A. Zimmerman,Frank J. Fabozzi
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-06-02
  • Total pages :334
  • ISBN : 9780470392744
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Summary : Mortgage credit derivatives are a risky business, especially of late. Written by an expert author team of UBS practitioners-Laurie Goodman, Shumin Li, Douglas Lucas, and Thomas Zimmerman-along with Frank Fabozzi of Yale University, Subprime Mortgage Credit Derivatives covers state-of-the-art instruments and strategies for managing a portfolio of mortgage credits in today's volatile climate. Divided into four parts, this book addresses a variety of important topics, including mortgage credit (non-agency, first and second lien), mortgage securitizations (alternate structures and subprime triggers), credit default swaps on mortgage securities (ABX, cash synthetic relationships, CDO credit default swaps), and much more. In addition, the authors outline the origins of the subprime crisis, showing how during the 2004-2006 period, as housing became less affordable, origination standards were stretched-and when home price appreciation then turned to home price depreciation, defaults and delinquencies rose across the board. The recent growth in subprime lending, along with a number of other industry factors, has made the demand for timely knowledge and solutions greater than ever before, and this guide contains the information financial professionals need to succeed in this challenging field.

Credit Risk

Credit Risk
  • Author : Niklas Wagner
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-05-28
  • Total pages :600
  • ISBN : 1584889950
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Summary : Featuring contributions from leading international academics and practitioners, Credit Risk: Models, Derivatives, and Management illustrates how a risk management system can be implemented through an understanding of portfolio credit risks, a set of suitable models, and the derivation of reliable empirical results. Divided into six sections, the book • Explores the rapidly developing area of credit derivative products, including iTraxx Futures, iTraxx Default Swaptions, and constant proportion debt obligations • Addresses the relationships between the DJ iTraxx credit default swap (CDS) index and the stock market as well as CDS spreads and macroeconomic factors • Investigates systematic and firm-specific default risk factors, compares CDS pricing results from the CreditGrades industry benchmark to a trinomial tree approach, and applies the Hull–White intensity-based model to the pricing of names from the CDX index • Analyzes aggregate default and recovery rates on corporate bond defaults over a twenty-year period, the responses of hazard rates to changes in a set of economic variables, low-default portfolios, and tests on the accuracy of the Basel II framework • Describes benchmark models of implied credit correlation risk, copula-based default dependence concepts, the fit of various copula models, and a common factor model of systematic credit risk • Studies the pricing of options on single-name CDSs, the pricing of credit derivatives, collateralized debt obligation (CDO) price data, the pricing of CDO tranches, applications of Gaussian and Student’s t copula functions, and the pricing of CDOs Using mathematical models and methodologies, this volume provides the essential knowledge to properly manage credit risk and make sound financial decisions.

An Introduction to Credit Risk Modeling

An Introduction to Credit Risk Modeling
  • Author : Christian Bluhm,Ludger Overbeck,Christoph Wagner
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2002-09-27
  • Total pages :297
  • ISBN : 1420057367
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Summary : In today's increasingly competitive financial world, successful risk management, portfolio management, and financial structuring demand more than up-to-date financial know-how. They also call for quantitative expertise, including the ability to effectively apply mathematical modeling tools and techniques. An Introduction to Credit Risk Modeling supplies both the bricks and the mortar of risk management. In a gentle and concise lecture-note style, it introduces the fundamentals of credit risk management, provides a broad treatment of the related modeling theory and methods, and explores their application to credit portfolio securitization, credit risk in a trading portfolio, and credit derivatives risk. The presentation is thorough but refreshingly accessible, foregoing unnecessary technical details yet remaining mathematically precise. Whether you are a risk manager looking for a more quantitative approach to credit risk or you are planning a move from the academic arena to a career in professional credit risk management, An Introduction to Credit Risk Modeling is the book you've been looking for. It will bring you quickly up to speed with information needed to resolve the questions and quandaries encountered in practice.

Credit Derivatives and Structured Credit Trading

Credit Derivatives and Structured Credit Trading
  • Author : Vinod Kothari
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-12-15
  • Total pages :256
  • ISBN : 9781118178782
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Summary : Credit derivatives as a financial tool has been growing exponentially from almost nothing more than seven years ago to approximately US$5 trillion deals completed by end of 2005. This indicates the growing importance of credit derivatives in the financial sector and how widely it is being used these days by banks globally. It is also being increasingly used as a device of synthetic securitisation. This significant market trend underscores the need for a book of such a nature. Kothari, an undisputed expert in credit derivatives, explains the subject matter using easy-to-understand terms, presents it in a logical structure, demystifies the technical jargons and blends them into a cohesive whole. This revised book will also include the following: - New credit derivative definitions - New features of the synthetic CDO market - Case studies of leading transactions of synethetic securitisations - Basle II rules - The Consultative Paper 3 has significantly revised the rules, particularly on synthetic CDOs - Additional inputs on legal issues - New clarifications on accounting for credit derivatives/credit linked notes

Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2021
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : 0160861101
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The Credit Default Swap Basis

The Credit Default Swap Basis
  • Author : Moorad Choudhry
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-10-08
  • Total pages :224
  • ISBN : 0470915838
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Summary : An up-to-date resource on the intricacies of the credit default swap basis While credit default swaps and credit derivatives are of great concern to many in the field of finance, the Second Edition of The Credit Default Swap Basis does not directly focus on these issues. It is instead about an aspect of CDS behavior, the basis, which is of importance to all users of CDS products. An understanding of the basis is essential to anyone involved in the credit-risky debt capital markets, whether you're an investor, trader, or broker. The credit default swap basis (the basis) defines the relationship between the cash and synthetic credit markets. Finance professionals need to understand the drivers of the basis in order to better undertake investment and value analysis, and for trading purposes. In this updated Second Edition, author Moorad Choudhry, a market practitioner who has published widely in the field of credit derivatives, explores this dynamic discipline and examines the structural changes in the CDS market, including new settlement mechanisms and contract standardization. Along the way, he describes how basis pricing has changed in the aftermath of the financial crisis and what that change means in regard to overall market and trading opportunities. The only book on basis issues of credit default swaps, it provides practitioners with vital information on valuation, credit risk assessment, and basis trading strategies Addresses structural changes to the market, including the introduction of central clearing houses in the U.S. and Europe and standardization of contracts to reduce disputes about payout settlements Covers the close relationship between the synthetic and cash markets in credit, which manifests itself in the credit default swap basis The Credit Default Swap Basis, Second Edition offers invaluable market insights to all financial professionals seeking a deeper understanding of credit derivatives and fixed income securities.

Structured Products and Related Credit Derivatives

Structured Products and Related Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Brian P. Lancaster,Glenn M. Schultz,Frank J. Fabozzi
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-06-20
  • Total pages :528
  • ISBN : 047036923X
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Summary : Filled with the insights of numerous experienced contributors, Structured Products and Related Credit Derivatives takes a detailed look at the various aspects of structured assets and credit derivatives. Written over a period spanning the greatest bull market in structured products history to arguably its most challenging period, this reliable resource will help you identify the opportunities and mitigate the risks in this complex financial market.

An Introduction to the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives

An Introduction to the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives
  • Author : Salih N. Neftci,Ali Hirsa,Salih N.. Neftci
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2000-06-02
  • Total pages :527
  • ISBN : 9780125153928
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Summary : A step-by-step explanation of the mathematical models used to price derivatives. For this second edition, Salih Neftci has expanded one chapter, added six new ones, and inserted chapter-concluding exercises. He does not assume that the reader has a thorough mathematical background. His explanations of financial calculus seek to be simple and perceptive.

Credit Risk: Modeling, Valuation and Hedging

Credit Risk: Modeling, Valuation and Hedging
  • Author : Tomasz R. Bielecki,Marek Rutkowski
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-03-14
  • Total pages :501
  • ISBN : 9783662048214
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Summary : The motivation for the mathematical modeling studied in this text on developments in credit risk research is the bridging of the gap between mathematical theory of credit risk and the financial practice. Mathematical developments are covered thoroughly and give the structural and reduced-form approaches to credit risk modeling. Included is a detailed study of various arbitrage-free models of default term structures with several rating grades.

Rating Based Modeling of Credit Risk

Rating Based Modeling of Credit Risk
  • Author : Stefan Trueck,Svetlozar T. Rachev
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009-01-15
  • Total pages :280
  • ISBN : 0080920306
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Summary : In the last decade rating-based models have become very popular in credit risk management. These systems use the rating of a company as the decisive variable to evaluate the default risk of a bond or loan. The popularity is due to the straightforwardness of the approach, and to the upcoming new capital accord (Basel II), which allows banks to base their capital requirements on internal as well as external rating systems. Because of this, sophisticated credit risk models are being developed or demanded by banks to assess the risk of their credit portfolio better by recognizing the different underlying sources of risk. As a consequence, not only default probabilities for certain rating categories but also the probabilities of moving from one rating state to another are important issues in such models for risk management and pricing. It is widely accepted that rating migrations and default probabilities show significant variations through time due to macroeconomics conditions or the business cycle. These changes in migration behavior may have a substantial impact on the value-at-risk (VAR) of a credit portfolio or the prices of credit derivatives such as collateralized debt obligations (D+CDOs). In Rating Based Modeling of Credit Risk the authors develop a much more sophisticated analysis of migration behavior. Their contribution of more sophisticated techniques to measure and forecast changes in migration behavior as well as determining adequate estimators for transition matrices is a major contribution to rating based credit modeling. Internal ratings-based systems are widely used in banks to calculate their value-at-risk (VAR) in order to determine their capital requirements for loan and bond portfolios under Basel II One aspect of these ratings systems is credit migrations, addressed in a systematic and comprehensive way for the first time in this book The book is based on in-depth work by Trueck and Rachev

Perturbation Methods in Credit Derivatives

Perturbation Methods in Credit Derivatives
  • Author : Colin Turfus
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2021-02-08
  • Total pages :256
  • ISBN : 9781119609612
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Summary : Stress-test financial models and price credit instruments with confidence and efficiency using the perturbation approach taught in this expert volume Perturbation Methods in Credit Derivatives: Strategies for Efficient Risk Management offers an incisive examination of a new approach to pricing credit-contingent financial instruments. Author and experienced financial engineer Dr. Colin Turfus has created an approach that allows model validators to perform rapid benchmarking of risk and pricing models while making the most efficient use possible of computing resources. The book provides innumerable benefits to a wide range of quantitative financial experts attempting to comply with increasingly burdensome regulatory stress-testing requirements, including: Replacing time-consuming Monte Carlo simulations with faster, simpler pricing algorithms for front-office quants Allowing CVA quants to quantify the impact of counterparty risk, including wrong-way correlation risk, more efficiently Developing more efficient algorithms for generating stress scenarios for market risk quants Obtaining more intuitive analytic pricing formulae which offer a clearer intuition of the important relationships among market parameters, modelling assumptions and trade/portfolio characteristics for traders The methods comprehensively taught in Perturbation Methods in Credit Derivatives also apply to CVA/DVA calculations and contingent credit default swap pricing.