TARF PSR PFE Model in Excel – Part II This is the second in the series on the calculation of Pre-settlement Risk (PSR) & Potential Future Exposure (PFE) for FX derivatives. We extend the model we used to calculate the PSR & PFE risk measures
TARF PSR PFE Exposure calculation model Pre-settlement Risk (PSR) & Potential Future Exposure (PFE) are calculated to assess counterparty credit risk for derivative transactions. PSR calculates the risk of a counterparty default at a static point in time while PFEs assess the risk over the
Excel convergence hacks for TARF pricing models. Convergence between closed form and simulation model prices is enhanced with variance reduction procedures. It encourages model extension to complex products. For our TARF pricing model in its original form convergence is a challenge. We will try and
TARF Pricing model guide Our new eight part series on TARF Pricing model guide is now live. The objective of the pricing model guide is to introduce both product features and behavior as well as pricing approaches to this common FX structure that can now
Excel TARF Pricing Models – Black Scholes approach Our alternate Excel TARF Pricing model uses the Black Scholes close form solution to find a price. The TARF contract described in the product term sheet above is equal to having a series of forward contracts that
TARF Pricing Models Our two part series on TARF pricing models begins where we stopped with our analysis on TARF hedge effectiveness. We cover both vanilla TARF (without any path dependent options) and Knock in Knock out (KIKO) TARF’s in that discussion. In this post
TARF Hedge effectiveness model. This is our second post in the TARF hedge effectiveness series and in the treasury candidates assessment series case. To catch up with the case please see the original TARF case study that defines the client requirement as well as available
Vanilla options TARF and participating forwards. A case study. There are some common questions that repeatedly get posed in my treasury products class about the variations available within exotic derivative instruments. Are these exotic contracts really needed? Who really benefits from selling these exotic products?