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Measures of Credit Risk 3. Traditional Credit Models 4. Structural Models 4. The Option Analogy 4. Valuation 4. Credit Risk Measures 4. Estimation 5. Reduced Form Models 5. Valuation 5. Credit Risk Measures 5. Comparison of Credit Risk Models 6. The Term Structure of Credit Spreads 6. Coupon Bond Valuation 6. Present Value of the Expected Loss 7.
Asset-Backed Securities 8. Benefits of Securitization for Economies and Financial Markets 3. The Securitization Process 3. An Example of a Securitization Transaction 3. Parties and Their Role to a Securitization Transaction 3. Bonds Issued 3. Key Role of the Special Purpose Vehicle 4. Residential Mortgage Loans 4. Maturity 4. Interest Rate Determination 4. Amortization Schedule 4.
Prepayments and Prepayment Penalties 4. Rights of the Lender in a Foreclosure 5. Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities 5. Mortgage Pass-Through Securities 5. Collateralized Mortgage Obligations 5. Non-agency Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities 6. Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities 6. Credit Risk 6. Non-Mortgage Asset-Backed Securities 7. Auto Loan Receivable-Backed Securities 7. Credit Card Receivable-Backed Securities 8.
Collateralized Debt Obligations 8. Structure of a CDO Transaction 8. Illustration of a CDO Transaction 9. The Meaning of Arbitrage-Free Valuation 2. The Law of One Price 2.
Arbitrage Opportunity 2. The Binomial Interest Rate Tree 3. Determining the Value of a Bond at a Node 3. Constructing the Binomial Interest Rate Tree 3. Valuing an Option-Free Bond with the Tree 3. Pathwise Valuation 4. Monte Carlo Method 5. Bonds with Embedded Options Learning Outcomes 1.
Overview of Embedded Options 2. Simple Embedded Options 2.
Complex Embedded Options 3. Valuation and Analysis of Callable and Putable Bonds 3. A Refresher 3.
Valuation of Risky Callable and Putable Bonds 4. Duration 4. Effective Convexity 5. Valuation of a Capped Floater 5. Valuation of a Floored Floater 6. Valuation and Analysis of Convertible Bonds 6. Defining Features of a Convertible Bond 6. Analysis of a Convertible Bond 6. Valuation of a Convertible Bond 6. Bond Analytics 8. Spot Rates and Forward Rates 2. The Forward Rate Model 2. Yield Curve Movement and the Forward Curve 2.
Active Bond Portfolio Management 3. The Swap Rate Curve 3. The Swap Spread 3. Spreads as a Price Quotation Convention 4. Local Expectations Theory 4.
Liquidity Preference Theory 4. Segmented Markets Theory 4. Preferred Habitat Theory 5. Modern Term Structure Models 5. Equilibrium Term Structure Models 5. Arbitrage-Free Models: The Ho—Lee Model 6.
Yield Curve Factor Models 6. Factors Affecting the Shape of the Yield Curve 6. Managing Yield Curve Risks 7. Managing Funds against a Bond Market Index 3.
Classification of Strategies 3. Indexing Pure and Enhanced 3. Active Strategies 3. Managing Funds against Liabilities 4. Dedication Strategies 4. Cash Flow Matching Strategies 5. Other Fixed-Income Strategies 5. Combination Strategies 5. Leverage 5. Derivatives-Enabled Strategies 6. International Bond Investing 6. Active versus Passive Management 6. Currency Risk 6. Breakeven Spread Analysis 6. Emerging Market Debt 7.
Selecting a Fixed-Income Manager 7. Historical Performance as a Predictor of Future Performance 7. Developing Criteria for the Selection 7. Comparison with Selection of Equity Managers 8. Credit Relative-Value Analysis A. Relative Value B. Classic Relative-Value Analysis C. Relative-Value Methodologies 3. Total Return Analysis 4.