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[share_ebook] Credit Risk Modeling using Excel and VBA


Author: Gunter Loeffler, Peter N.Posch

Date: 2007

ISBN: 0470031573

Pages: 280

Language: English

Publisher: Wiley

Category: Software


Posted on 2010-09-24, by mmortal.

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Credit Risk Modeling using Excel and VBA provides practitioners with a hands on introduction to credit risk modeling.  Instead of just presenting analytical methods it shows how to implement them using Excel and VBA, in addition to a detailed description in the text a DVD guides readers step by step through the implementation.  The authors begin by showing how to use option theoretic and statistical models to estimate a borrowers default risk.  The second half of the book is devoted to credit portfolio risk.  The authors guide readers through the implementation of a credit risk model, show how portfolio models can be validated or used to access structured credit products like CDO’s.  The final chapters address modeling issues associated with the new Basel Accord.

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