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Modeling, Pricing and Analysis of Credit Risk

using Mathematica

For whom?
Financial quantitative analysts, developers of finance products, risk management and risk controlling, consultants and IT professionals

Content:
The rich functionality available within Mathematica allows to explore a problem domain like the modeling, pricing and management of credit risk. Based on material we developed for in-house training courses for different banks the implementation and the analysis of portfolio models for credit risk and the pricing of credit risk will be presented within the course. Since every course participant has the different models available as a Mathematica notebook he can interactivly explore the models. The portfolio models that will be discussed are an implementation of CreditMetrics™ and CreditRisk+ as described in the respective Technical Documents. Several extentions to these models will also be part of the course. The application of these portfolio models to the pricing of Collateralized Debt Obligations will be demonstrated. For the pricing of credit risk different approaches for structural and reduced form models are presented.

Topics:

Skills:
Basic knowledge of Mathematica is helpful, basic knowledge in credit risk modelling is necessary, knowledge in numerical methods is helpful. Since the modeling of credit risk is the main topic, not all numerical methods, which will be used, will be discussed in details during the course. Please contact Additive or CanDiensten for information on introductionary courses in Mathematica.


Duration: two successive days

Material: hand-outs, CD with Mathematica notebook and sample data

Courses:

date

location 

 language

price excl. VAT

registration

13./14.06.2002 Heidelberg English

Euro 1.200,-

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