Building Financial Risk Models in Excel
A quick reference guide to building financial risk models in Excel.
When was the last time you had to build a financial risk model in Excel? Do you remember wishing for a step by step guide? A model template? A translation of the differential equation from continuous to discrete spreadsheet friendly implementation? A risk spreadsheet that you could actually follow? From Option pricing to Value at risk; from Asset Liability Management to Treasury profitability analysis financial risk Excel spreadsheets simplify our lives and make it possible for us to generate and test answers and analysis.
Option Pricing using Monte Carlo Simulation – Pricing a lookback option
We do this by providing high level views of spreadsheet models; discrete spreadsheet friendly implementations and quite frequently a step by step guide to building a financial risk model.
The financial risk model spreadsheet guide is for do it yourself (DIY) types. If you enjoy building and testing models in Excel, you will find quite a few quick reference posts. If you don’t this is probably the last page you would want to spend time on.
The collection represents everything we have written on building risk, portfolio and banking spreadsheet models over the last three years. The content is structured and organized based on topic popularity. The posts are generally short on text and words and long on content and value. The earlier editions are all in byte sized pieces and sometimes a bit awkward, the later editions are lengthier and easier to read and follow.