The Handbook of Fixed Income Securities, 9th Edition PDF by Frank J. Fabozzi

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The Handbook Of Fixed Income Securities, Ninth Edition

By Frank J. Fabozzi

The Handbook of Fixed Income Securities, 9th Edition

Contents:

Preface xxiii

Acknowledgments xxvi

Contributors xxvii

PART ONE

INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1

Overview of the Types and Features of Fixed Income Securities 3

Frank J. Fabozzi, Adam Kobor, Steven V. Mann, and Francesco A. Fabozzi Bonds 3

Medium-Term Notes 16

Preferred Stock 17

Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities 18

Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities 19

Asset-Backed Securities 19

Covered Bonds 20

Beyond Traditional Liquid Fixed Income Instrument 20

Key Points 21

Chapter 2

Risks Associated with Investing in Fixed Income Securities 23

Frank J. Fabozzi, Adam Kobor, Francesco A. Fabozzi, and Ravi F. Dattatreya Interest-Rate Risk 24

Reinvestment Risk 25

Call/Prepayment Risk 26

Corporate Credit Risk 26

Sovereign Credit Risk 29

Inflation, or Purchasing-Power, Risk 30

Liquidity Risk 30

Exchange-Rate Risk (Currency Risk) 33

Volatility Risk 33

Political or Legal Risk 34

Event Risk 34

Sector Risk 35

Other Risks 35

Statistical Measures of Portfolio Risk 35

Tracking Error Risk 36

Key Points 37

Chapter 3

The Structure of Interest Rates 39

Frank J. Fabozzi

The Base Interest Rate 39

Risk Premium 40

The Term Structure of Interest Rates 43

Key Points 59

PART TWO

BASICS OF FIXED INCOME ANALYTICS

Chapter 4

Bond Pricing, Yield Measures, and Total Return 63

Frank J. Fabozzi

Bond Pricing 63

Conventional Yield Measures 76

Total Return Analysis 87

Key Points 94

Chapter 5

Measuring Interest-Rate Risk 97

Frank J. Fabozzi, Gerald W. Buetow, Jr., Robert R. Johnson, and Brian J. Henderson

The Full-Valuation Approach 98

Price Volatility Characteristics of Bonds 102

Duration 111

Modified Duration Versus Effective Duration 117

Convexity 123

Price Value of a Basis Point 138

The Importance of Yield Volatility 139

Key Points 140

Chapter 6

Data Science and the Corporate Credit Markets 143

Robert S. Kricheff

Defining Data Science 145

Selected Data Science Tools, Techniques, and Uses for Investing 147

Data Science and Investment Efficiency 155

Risk and Performance 157

Why Data Science Is Different in Credit 162

Organization and Planning 164

Key Points 166

PART THREE

TREASURY, AGENCY, MUNICIPAL,

AND CORPORATE BONDS

Chapter 7

U.S. Treasury Securities 171

Michael J. Fleming and Frank J. Fabozzi

Types of Securities 172

The Primary Market 173

The Secondary Market 178

Zero-Coupon Treasury Securities 183

Key Points 184

Chapter 8

Agency Debt Securities 185

Mark Cabana

Agency Debt Market Overview 185

Types of Agency Debt Securities 188

The Primary Market 190

The Secondary Market 192

Agency Debt Issuance 193

Issuing Agencies 193

Large, Active Issuers 195

Smaller, Active Issuers 197

Nonactive Issuers and Recently Retired GSEs 198

Key Points 199

Chapter 9

Municipal Bonds 201

Sylvan G. Feldstein, Frank J. Fabozzi, Douglas Gaylor, and David Ratner

Features of Municipal Securities 203

Types of Municipal Obligations 205

The Commercial Credit Rating of Municipal Bonds 214

Municipal Bond Insurance 220

Valuation Methods 221

Tax Provisions Affecting Municipals 222

Yield Relationships Within the Municipal Bond Market 225

Primary and Secondary Markets 227

Bond Indexes 229

Official Statement 229

Regulation of the Municipal Securities Market 230

Key Points 233

Chapter 10

Corporate Bonds 235

Frank J. Fabozzi, Steven V. Mann, and Adam B. Cohen

The Corporate Trustee 236

Some Bond Fundamentals 237

Security for Bonds 240

Alternative Mechanisms to Retire Debt Before Maturity 246

Credit Risk 252

Event Risk 254

High-Yield Bonds 256

Default Rates and Recovery Rates 258

Medium-Term Notes 259

Key Points 260

Chapter 11

Leveraged Loans 263

Stephen J. Antczak, Frank J. Fabozzi, and Jung Lee

Syndicated Bank Loans 264

Loan Structure 265

Loan Terms 266

Recovery Rates 267

Secondary Market 269

Key Points 270

Chapter 12

Structured Notes and Credit-Linked Notes 273

John D. Finnerty and Rachael W. Park

Structured Notes 275

Credit-Linked Notes 291

Key Points 298

Chapter 13

Commercial Paper 301

David K. Musto

Payment Schedule and Price Quotation 301

Primary and Secondary Markets 301

Regulatory Treatment 302

Issuers 303

Investors 304

Default Risk Measurement and Realization 304

CP Rates 305

Maturity Distribution 306

Backup Lines 306

Regulatory Responses to Crises 308

Key Points 310

Chapter 14

Floating-Rate Securities 311

Frank J. Fabozzi, Fred Hoffman, and Steven V. Mann

General Features of Floaters and Major Product Types 312

Call and Put Provisions 314

Spread Measures 315

Price Volatility Characteristics of Floaters 316

Portfolio Strategies 320

Demise of LIBOR 321

Key Points 321

Chapter 15

Inflation-Linked Bonds 323

John B. Brynjolfsson

Mechanics and Measurement 325

Marketplace 331

Valuation and Performance Dynamics 332

Investors 333

Issuers 338

Other Issues 340

Key Points 341

Chapter 16

Non-U.S. Sovereign Bonds 343

Francesco A. Fabozzi, Frank J. Fabozzi, and Adam Kobor

Size of the Sovereign Bond Market 343

Types of Securities Issued 344

Primary Market for Sovereign Debt 346

Secondary Market 348

Sovereign Credit Risk 348

Sovereign Bond Yield Spreads 351

Sovereign Bonds from the Investor’s Perspective 353

Key Points 354

Chapter 17

The Emerging Markets Debt 355

Jane Brauer, Lucas Martin, and David Beker

The Debt Universe 356

External Debt Markets 358

Local Debt Markets 362

The Foreign Investor Base 364

EM Debt Performance 365

Sovereign Debt Sustainability 371

What Do EM Spreads Compensate For? 376

Sovereign Restructurings 380

Derivatives 393

Key Points 395

Chapter 18

Fixed Income Exchange Traded Funds 397

Matthew Tucker and Stephen Laipply

Investment Characteristics 398

Fixed Income ETF Management 404

Fixed Income ETF Characteristics and Mechanics 405

Trading Behavior: A Closer Look at Premiums, Discounts, and Price Discovery 412

Key Points 414

Chapter 19

Nonconvertible Preferred Stock 415

Steven V. Mann

Preferred Stock Issuance 416

Trust Preferred 417

Preferred Stock Ratings 418

Tax Treatment of Dividends 418

Key Points 419

Chapter 20

Private Infrastructure Debt 421

Frédéric Blanc-Brude

Infrastructure Borrowers 421

Characteristics 423

Pricing Determinants 429

Credit Risk 434

Key Points 440

PART FOUR

MORTGAGE-BACKED AND

ASSET-BACKED SECURITIES

Chapter 21

An Overview of Mortgages and the Mortgage Market 443

Anand K. Bhattacharya and Bill Berliner

Product Definition and Terms 444

The Mortgage Industry 453

The Loan Underwriting Process 455

Generation of Mortgage Lending Rates 458

Risks Associated with Mortgage Products 464

Key Points 470

Chapter 22

Agency Mortgage Passthrough Securities 471

Glenn Schultz and Frank J. Fabozzi

Issuers of Agency Passthroughs 472

Cash-Flow Characteristics 473

Some MBS Analytics 483

Anatomy of the Agency Passthrough Market 491

TBA Coupons 494

Specified Trades 495

Key Points 496

Chapter 23

Agency Collateralized Mortgage Obligations 499

Alexander Crawford

The CMO Market 499

The Reasons Why CMOs Exist 500

CMO Tranche Types 501

Agency Versus Nonagency CMOs 520

Agency CMO Analysis 521

Key Points 528

Chapter 24

Stripped Mortgage-Backed Securities 531

Cyrus Mohebbi, Min Fan, and Ardeshir Shahmaei

Overview of the SMBS Market 532

Investment Characteristics 536

Key Points 547

Chapter 25

Nonagency Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities:

Legacy, RMBS 2.0, and Non-QM 549

Dapeng Hu and Mario Triantafillou

Market Overview 551

Collateral 556

Capital Structure 578

Housing Market 588

Relative Value and Risk Analysis 590

Key Points 592

Chapter 26

Covered Bonds 595

Vinod Kothari

Covered Bonds: From Europe to the Rest of the World 596

Understanding Covered Bonds 596

Structure of Covered Bonds 597

Maturity Structure of Covered Bonds 602

Cover Assets and Credit Enhancements 603

Asset/Liability Mismatches and Liquidity Risk 603

Ratings of Covered Bonds 604

Covered Bonds and Securitization 604

Accounting for Covered Bonds 608

Key Points 608

Chapter 27

Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities 611

Wayne M. Fitzgerald II, Mark D. Paltrowitz, and Amit Madaan

The Collateral Pool 613

CMBS Trust Structure 625

Transaction Participants 627

Transaction Features 630

Market Development 635

Modeling 637

Key Points 640

Chapter 28

Credit Card Asset-Backed Securities 643

John McElravey

Securitization of Credit Card Receivables 645

The Credit Card ABS Life Cycle 650

Cash-Flow Allocations 653

Credit and Investment Considerations 655

Key Points 663

Chapter 29

Securities Backed by Auto Loans and Leases,

Equipment Loans and Leases, and Student Loans 665

John McElravey

Securitization in Brief 665

Auto Loans and Leases 670

Equipment Loans and Leases 673

Student Loans 675

Key Points 678

Chapter 30

Collateralized Loan Obligations 681

Frank J. Fabozzi and Fred Hoffman

Assets 682

Capital Structure 682

Creation Purpose 683

Credit Structures 684

Market Size, Trading 685

How a CLO is Created 686

Fees 686

Buyers 687

Trading of CLO Collateral 687

Key Points 688

PART FIVE

THE YIELD CURVE AND

THE TERM STRUCTURE

Chapter 31

Overview of Forward Rate Analysis 691

Antti Ilmanen

Computation of Par, Spot, and Forward Rates 692

Main Influences on the Yield-Curve Shape 695

Using Forward Rate Analysis in Yield-Curve Trades 703

Key Points 713

Chapter 32

A Framework for Analyzing Yield-Curve Trades 715

Antti Ilmanen

Forward Rates and Their Determinants 716

Decomposing Expected Returns of Bond Positions 723

Key Points 741

Chapter 33

Empirical Yield-Curve Dynamics and Yield-Curve Exposure 743

Wesley Phoa

Empirical Analysis of Yield-Curve Dynamics 745

Theoretical Determinants of Yield-Curve Dynamics 760

Yield-Curve Dynamics and Risk Management 768

Key Points 775

Chapter 34

Term Structure Modeling with No-Arbitrage Interest Rate Models 777

Gerald W. Buetow, Jr. and Brian J. Henderson

Introduction to Models of the Short Rate 778

Binomial Interest Rate Lattices 783

Trinomial Lattice 803

Key Points 806

PART SIX

VALUATION AND RELATIVE VALUE

Chapter 35

Relative Value Trading 809

Jordan Hu, Marc Seah, and Xu Gao

What Is Fixed Income Relative Value? 809

Z-Score, Mean Reversion, and Expected Return 811

Market-Based vs. Model-Based Relative Value 813

Scenario and Horizontal Analysis 825

Data and the Future of Relative Value 827

Key Points 829

Chapter 36

Valuation of Bonds with Embedded Options 831

Frank J. Fabozzi, Andrew Kalotay, and Michael Dorigan

The Interest Rate Lattice 832

Calibrating the Lattice 836

Using the Lattice for Valuation 840

Fixed-Coupon Bonds with Embedded Options 840

Valuation of Two More Exotic Structures 845

Extensions 849

Key Points 852

Chapter 37

Valuation of Mortgage-Backed Securities 855

Rajashri (Priya) Joshi, Debra Chen, and Tom P. Davis

Static Valuation and Its Limitations 855

Monte Carlo Models for Valuing MBS 859

Mbs Modeling Framework 866

Option-Adjusted Valuation Metrics 873

An Illustrative Example 876

Key Points 879

Chapter 38

Convertible Securities 881

Mihir Bhattacharya

Convertible Note 882

Convertible Note as a Contingent Claim 888

Stages of a Convertible Note 892

Investing in Convertible Securities 894

Convertible Note Valuation Framework 896

Model Outputs: Implieds and Greeks 903

Mandatorily Convertible Securities 907

Trading Convertible Portfolios 913

Delta Trading P&L: A High Volatility Scenario Example 914

Key Points 915

Additional Comments 926

Chapter 39

Risk Neutral Pricing of Convertible Bonds 929

Peter J. Zeitsch, Matthew Hyatt, and Tom P. Davis

The Model 930

The Default Intensity 933

Specifying the Credit Spread 938

Sensitivities 952

Convertible Bond Arbitrage 968

Key Points 971

PART SEVEN

CREDIT ANALYSIS

Chapter 40

Credit Analysis for Corporate Bonds 975

Martin Fridson, Frank J. Fabozzi, and Adam B. Cohen

Approaches to Credit Analysis 975

Industry Considerations 977

Financial Analysis 983

Combining Financial and Nonfinancial Analysis 993

Indenture Provisions 994

Utilities 1002

Finance Companies 1007

The Analysis of High-Yield Corporate Bonds 1012

Credit Scoring Models 1018

Key Points 1020

Chapter 41

The Credit Analysis of Municipal General Obligation and Revenue Bonds 1021

Sylvan G. Feldstein, Douglas Gaylor, and David Ratner The Legal Opinion 1022

The Need to Know Who Really Is the Issuer 1027

On the Financial Advisor and Underwriter 1029

General Credit Indicators and Economic Factors in the Credit Analysis 1030

Red Flags for the Investor 1046

Information Sources for the Analyst 1047

Key Points 1048

Chapter 42

Credit-Risk Modeling 1051

Tim Backshall, Kay Giesecke, and Lisa Goldberg

Structural Credit Models 1052

Reduced-Form Credit Models 1062

Incomplete-Information Credit Models 1066

Key Points 1070

PART EIGHT

PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGIES

Chapter 43

Introduction to Bond Portfolio Management 1075

Kenneth E. Volpert

Overview of Traditional Bond Management 1075

Overview of the Core/Satellite Approach 1078

Why Choose Indexing? 1079

Which Index Should Be Used? 1081

Primary Bond Indexing Risk Factors 1082

Enhancing Bond Indexing 1086

Measuring Success 1092

Key Points 1094

Chapter 44

Trading in the Bond Market 1097

Gueorgui S. Konstantinov and Momtchil Pojarliev

Fixed Income Liquidity 1098

Trading Approaches 1102

Mechanics of Bond and Foreign Exchange Trading 1104

Electronic Trading 1117

Key Points 1122

Chapter 45

Bond Indexes and Bond Portfolio Management 1125

Gueorgui S. Konstantinov and Frank Osswald

Building a Bond Index 1126

Description 1128

Bond Index Risk and Return 1133

Bond Index Relationship 1134

Bond Indexes and Smart Beta 1141

Key Points 1145

Chapter 46

Quantitative Management of Benchmarked Portfolios 1147

Lev Dynkin, Jay Hyman, Vadim Konstantinovsky, and Bruce D. Phelps

Selection and Customization of Benchmarks 1148

Diversification Issues in Benchmarks 1155

Portfolio Analysis Relative to a Benchmark 1160

Quantitative Approaches to Benchmark Replication 1166

Controlling Issuer-Specific Risk in the Portfolio 1172

Quantitative Methods for Portfolio Optimization 1175

Summary: Portfolio Management Tool Set 1178

Key Points 1179

Chapter 47

Factor Investing in Fixed Income Securities 1181

Guido Baltussen, Patrick Houweling, Martin Martens, and Olaf Penninga Factor Investing 1181

Which Factors? 1184

Factors Premiums in Government Bonds 1185

Factor Premiums in Corporate Bonds 1191

Fixed Income Factors in Multi-Asset Portfolios 1198

Key Points 1201

Chapter 48

Active Factor Fixed Income Investing 1203

Pururav Thoutireddy, Patrick Klein, Thomas Runkel, and David Yuen

Active Quant Fixed Income 1203

Active Quant Top Down 1209

Active Quant Bottom Up 1212

Four-Dimensional Chess 1216

Key Points 1217

Chapter 49

Introduction to Multifactor Risk Models in Fixed Income and Their Applications 1219

Barclays

Motivation and Structure Underlying Fixed Income Multifactor Risk Models 1219

Fixed Income Risk Models 1222

Applications of Risk Modeling 1228

Key Points 1236

Chapter 50

Analyzing Risk from Multifactor Fixed Income Models 1239

Barclays

Approaches Used to Analyze Risk 1239

Key Points 1269

Chapter 51

Cash-Flow Matching 1271

Ronald J. Ryan

What Is Cash-Flow Matching? 1271

The CDI Methodology 1274

Future Value Versus Present Value 1278

Interest Rate Risk 1279

CDI Versus Active Bond Management 1279

CDI Versus LDI 1280

Key Points 1284

Chapter 52

Building Corporate Bond Portfolios 1287

Marielle de Jong

Buy-and-Hold Investing 1288

Benchmarked Portfolios 1291

Key Points 1301

Chapter 53

Managing the Spread Risk of Credit Portfolios

Using the Duration Times Spread Measure 1303

Arik Ben Dor, Lev Dynkin, and Jay Hyman

The Need for a New Measure of Credit Spread Exposure 1304

Spread Volatility and DTS 1307

Risk Projection: Predicting Spread Volatility 1310

Hedging: Predicting Sensitivities to Market Spread Changes 1314

Replication: Creating Index Tracking Portfolios 1318

Expressing Macro Views in Active Portfolios 1323

Portfolio Construction: Optimal Diversification of Issuer Risk 1323

Modeling: Calibrating Credit Risk Factors 1327

The Term Structure of Relative Spread Volatility 1329

Key Points 1330

Chapter 54

Constructing and Managing High-Yield Bond Portfolios 1331

Nicholas R. Sarchese and Mark R. Shenkman

Bottom-Up Credit/Security Analysis 1333

Top-Down High-Yield Market Drivers and Macro Considerations 1359

Portfolio Considerations 1365

Key Points 1374

Chapter 55

Corporate Bonds and ESG 1377

Gueorgui S. Konstantinov and Christoph Gross

The Bond Manager Role 1380

Managing Risks and Taking Opportunities 1381

International Norm-Based Strategies 1382

Key Strategies for Managing Climate Impact of Bond Portfolios 1383

The Green Bond Dilemma and Future Outlook 1387

Key Points 1389

Chapter 56

Global Credit Bond Portfolio Management 1391

Jack Malvey

Credit Relative-Value Analysis 1393

Total-Return Analysis 1397

Primary Market Analysis 1398

Liquidity and Trading Analysis 1400

Secondary Trade Rationales 1401

Spread Analysis 1406

Structural Analysis 1408

Credit-Curve Analysis 1411

Credit Analysis 1412

Green Bonds/ESG Compliant 1412

Asset Allocation/Sector Rotation 1413

Key Points 1413

Chapter 57

International Bond Portfolio Management 1417

Gueorgui S. Konstantinov and Frank J. Fabozzi

Risks and Returns in International Bond Portfolios 1418

A Yield Curve–Based Approach for International Bond Portfolios 1420

Currency Allocation and Bond Selection: Portfolio Construction 1425

Optimization Technique for Multicurrency Bond Portfolios 1427

Risk Management and Additional Tools 1432

Performance Measurement and Attribution 1438

Key Points 1445

Chapter 58

Factor Investing in Sovereign Bond Markets 1447

Frank Fabozzi, Jean-Michel Maeso, Lionel Martellini, and Riccardo Rebonato

Problems with Existing Bond Benchmarks 1448

Benefits and Pitfalls of Factor Investing in Fixed-Income Markets 1448

Taxonomy of Fixed Income Factors 1450

Level and Slope Factors in Sovereign Bond Markets 1452

Value Factor 1458

Momentum Factor 1462

Key Points 1465

Chapter 59

Hedge Fund Fixed Income Strategies 1467

Ellen Rachlin, Chris P. Dialynas, and Vineer Bhansali

Macro Investing 1467

Understanding the Components of the Statistics 1469

Big Changes Are Very Important 1470

The Yield Curve 1470

Political Self-Interest Versus Interest of the Sovereign 1472

Asset-Backed Credit Strategy 1474

Capital Structure Arbitrage 1475

Long/Short Credit Strategy 1477

Distressed Debt 1478

Basis Trading 1480

Volatility Trading 1481

Cross-Currency Arbitrage 1483

Key Points 1483

Chapter 60

Financing Positions in the Bond Market 1485

Frank J. Fabozzi and Steven V. Mann

Repurchase Agreement 1485

Dollar Rolls 1489

Margin Buying 1490

Securities Lending 1491

Key Points 1493

PART NINE

DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS AND

THEIR APPLICATIONS

Chapter 61

Introduction to Interest-Rate Futures and Options Contracts 1497

Frank J. Fabozzi, Steven V. Mann, and Adam Kobor

Basic Characteristics of Futures Contracts 1497

Basic Characteristics of Forward Contracts 1498

Basic Characteristics of Option Contracts 1499

Differences Between Options and Futures (Forward) Contracts 1500

Representative Exchange-Traded Interest-Rate Futures Contracts 1500

Mechanics of Futures Trading 1511

Representative Exchange-Traded Futures Options Contracts 1514

OTC Contracts 1518

Key Points 1523

Chapter 62

Pricing Futures and Portfolio Applications 1525

Frank J. Fabozzi

Pricing of Futures Contracts 1525

Applications to Portfolio Management 1533

Portable Alpha 1536

Key Points 1538

Chapter 63

Controlling Interest-Rate Risk with Futures and Options 1539

Frank J. Fabozzi and Shrikant Ramamurthy

Controlling Interest-Rate Risk with Futures 1539

Hedging with Options 1558

Key Points 1572

Chapter 64

Interest-Rate Swaps 1575

Anand K. Bhattacharya, Frank J. Fabozzi, and Bill Berliner

Interest-Rate Swaps 1575

Features of a Generic Swap 1576

Interpreting a Swap Position 1577

Terminology, Conventions, and Market Quotes 1579

Applications 1581

Dollar Duration of a Swap 1584

Innovations in Swap Markets 1585

Asset Swap 1590

Termination of Interest-Rate Swaps 1591

Key Points 1592

Chapter 65

The Valuation of Interest-Rate Swaps and Swaptions 1595

Gerald W. Buetow, Jr. and Brian J. Henderson

Swap Valuation Using the Lattice Approach 1596

Forward Start Swaps 1602

Valuing Swaptions 1606

Valuing Basis Swaps and Non-LIBOR-Based Swaps 1611

Factors Affecting Swap Valuation 1614

Key Points 1616

Chapter 66

The Basics of Interest-Rate Options 1617

William J. Gartland and Nicholas C. Letica

How Options Work 1617

Options Strategies—Reorganizing the Profit/Loss Graph 1630

Classic Option Strategies 1631

Practical Portfolio Strategies 1634

Volatility 1637

Key Points 1639

Chapter 67

Interest-Rate Caps and Floors 1641

Anand K. Bhattacharya and Bill Berliner

Features of Interest-Rate Caps and Floors 1642

Pricing of Caps and Floors 1642

Interest-Rate Caps 1643

Participating Caps 1646

Interest-Rate Floors 1649

Interest-Rate Collars 1650

Interest-Rate Corridors 1652

Cap/Floor Parity 1653

Termination of Caps and Floors 1654

Key Points 1655

Chapter 68

Credit Derivatives 1657

Dominic O’Kane

Evolution of the Credit Derivatives Market 1657

The Credit Default Swap 1662

CDS Mechanics 1663

Credit Events 1667

The CDS Settlement Timeline 1670

CDS Indices 1678

Importance of the CDS Market 1681

Key Points 1682

Chapter 69

Credit Derivative Valuation and Risk 1685

Dominic O’Kane

CDS Valuation 1685

The CDS–Bond Relationship 1687

Model 1692

New and Existing Contracts 1698

Risk Management 1699

CDS Index Valuation 1705

Key Points 1708

PART TEN

PERFORMANCE ATTRIBUTION ANALYSIS

Chapter 70

Principles of Performance Attribution 1711

Barclays

Principles of Performance Attribution 1711

Mathematics of Performance Attribution 1715

Applications of Performance Attribution 1722

Key Points 1744

Chapter 71

Performance Attribution for Portfolios of Fixed Income Securities 1747

Barclays

Return Splitting 1748

Outperformance Breakdown 1757

Total Return Model 1758

Excess Return Model 1764

Fully Analytical Model 1773

Selecting an Appropriate Attribution Model 1785

Key Points 1786

Chapter 72

Advanced Topics in Performance Attribution 1787

Barclays

Multicurrency Attribution 1787

Derivatives and Leverage 1804

From Theory to Practice 1811

Key Points 1815

Index 1817

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