Credit Risk Frontiers: Subprime Crisis, Pricing and Hedging, by Tomasz Bielecki, Damiano Brigo, Frédéric Patras

By Tomasz Bielecki, Damiano Brigo, Frédéric Patras

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U m ) the comonotone copula, which is associated to Ui = U1 and represents the perfect positive dependence. Since we focus on credit risk issues, we will not go beyond this copula definition and we refer to the paper of Embrechts, Lindskog, and McNeil (2001) for a nice introduction to copula functions and dependence modeling. For a further reading on this topic, we mention the book by Nelsen (1999) and hint at a recent development made by Alfonsi and Brigo (2005) on a tractable copula family.

E − m−1 (t) , e − m (tm ) ) m−1 (t) m 1 m−1 (t) , e− and therefore τ 1 |G λt = λ1t e − 1 m−1 − 1 (t) (t) − m (tm ) , . . ,e ,e on De f t ({m}) m (tm ) ) P1: OSO c03 JWBT388-Bielecki December 15, 2010 19:32 Printer Name: Yet to Come 45 An Introduction to Multiname Modeling in Credit Risk τ 1 |G This way, we can calculate explicitly the intensity λt on the event De f t (K ) for each K , if one assumes that the copula function is regular enough. We refer to the papers of Sch¨onbucher and Schubert (2001) and Brigo and Chourdakis (2008) for further details.

Chapter 17 in this volume. , et al. 2001. Equity derivatives: Theory and applications. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Soros, G. 2003. The alchemy of finance. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. von Mises, R. 1936. La distribution de la plus grande de n valeurs. In Selected Papers, vol. 2. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society. P1: OSO c02 JWBT388-Bielecki December 15, 2010 21:37 Printer Name: Yet to Come 32 P1: OSO c03 JWBT388-Bielecki December 15, 2010 19:32 Printer Name: Yet to Come PART II Credit Derivatives: Methods 33 P1: OSO c03 JWBT388-Bielecki December 15, 2010 19:32 Printer Name: Yet to Come 34 P1: OSO c03 JWBT388-Bielecki December 15, 2010 19:32 Printer Name: Yet to Come CHAPTER 3 An Introduction to Multiname Modeling in Credit Risk Aur´elien Alfonsi Universit´e Paris-Est, CERMICS This chapter is intended to be an introductory survey on credit risk models for multiname products.

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