Financial Engineering in Interest Rates and FX (C++ Applications)

City University London
En Islington (Inglaterra)

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In this course students learn the most widely used models in the banking industry on the Interest Rates and FX markets. The course will start with Libor Market Model for single and Multi-Currency models, then move to Markov Functional Models, the ShortRate Models, and then volatility models like SABR models, inflation, etc. Course Information Start DateStart TimeDurationCostCourse CodeApply Wednesday 5 October 2016 18:30 - 20:30 10 weekly classes £850.00 CS3509 Apply Now Wednesday 18 January 2017 18:30 - 20:30 10 weekly classes £850.00 CS3509 Apply Now Wednesday 3 May 2017 18:30 - 20:30 10 weekly classes £850.00 CS3509 Apply Now Tutor Info Emiliano Papa received his PhD in Theoretical Physics from Oxford University. After that he spent 7 years at various academic research and lecturing positions at the University of Texas at Austin, UVA. Visiting scholar at Caltech, Brokhaven National Lab,etc. Currently he is a Director at Deutsche Bank, Heading the Rates and FX teams, having previously worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Eligibility Prior knowledge required:ability to implement object-oriented concepts in C++ at a 'schoolbook' level (professional experience in C++  not required);strong mathematical skills;knowledge of financial engineering is expected. English Requirements Applicants must be proficient in written and spoken English.

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¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Interest Rates
Financial Training


What will I learn?
  1. Introduction to interest rate concepts
    • Simply compounded interest rates
    • Continuously compounded interest rates
    • Relationship between yield and instantaneous forward rates
    • Money Market Account
    • Zero-Coupon Bonds, Coupon Bearing Bonds, Swaps
    • Swaps as stochastic weighted sums of forward rates
  2. Yield Curve Construction: Bootstrapping and interpolation:
    • Linear in “yield*T)” (= R(0,T)*T)
    • Linear in “yield” ( = R(0,T) )
    • Linear in “log Rate” ( = log R(0,T) )
    • Linear in “Discount Factors”
    • C++ coding for Yield Curve Construction
  3. Short Rate Modeling
    • Merton, Vasicek, Hull-White (HW) one-factor
    • Bond pricing/calibration
    • Caplet pricing as Option on Bond
    • Swaption Pricing – Jamshidian’s trick
    • Multi-factor HW
    • Shape of the yield curve
    • C++ coding of European option pricing on one and multi-factor HW.
  4. Forward Rate modeling Heath-Jarrow-Merton model (HJM)
    • Libor volatility in terms of forward rate volatilities - Repricing of Caplets through Libor volatility and agreement with HW short-rate models.
    • Separability of volatility and Markovian representation of state variables.
    • Cheyette model
    • C++ pricing of Options
  5. Libor Market Model
    • Numeraire – Spot, Terminal measures
    • Drift equations
    • Lognormal, CEV, and Displaced Diffusion Dynamics of Libors
    • Libor evolution
    • C++ Coding of Evolution of Libors. Calculation of Libors at reset times
    • PCA – Principal Component analysis and rank reduction of the model
    • Stochastic Volatility
  6. Markov Functional Models
    • Explanation of the model details
    • Calculation of convexity adjustment at reset times
    • C++ code for convexity calculation
  7. SABR model / Option Hedging in Discrete and continuous time
  8. Option Pricing in Monte-Carlo Routine.
    • Extraction of the Implied Volatility Skew/Smile from SABR, CEV, and Normal models.
  9. Option pricing C++ code for early exercise
  10. Inflation, Stochastic spread yield curves, Local Volatility modeling etc if time allows.