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Liability Hedging and Portfolio Choice

  • ID: 310119
  • December 2005
  • 300 Pages
  • Incisive Media
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The first book of its kind, this provides a detailed analysis of the interplay between liability calculations, the use of derivatives (including the highly innovative market in inflation derivatives), accounting rules and corporate finance.

Highlights radical rethinking that has taken place in corporate risk management, brought about by the new pension crisis, with its sharp deterioration in funding status for corporate pension funds.

The book offers an integrated corporate finance / risk management approach that is fully consistent with corporate decision making.
Written by Bernd Scherer, managing director of Deutsche Asset Management and bestselling author of Portfolio Construction and Risk Budgeting and Asset and Liability Management Tools.
Includes invaluable guidance on the use of derivatives, including inflation derivatives, to hedge liabilities.

Brings you fully up-to-speed on the following topics:
- Valuation of pension liabilities
- Internal verses external funding
- Liability hedging (interest rate risk and inflation risk)
- Portfolio choice and liability relative investing
- Accounting based investing
- Corporate finance versus READ MORE >

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1. Valuation of Pension Liabilities

2. Internal versus External Funding

3. Liability Hedging: Interest Rate Risk

4. Liability Hedging: Inflation Risk

5. Portfolio Choice and Liability Relative Investing

6. Accounting Based Investing

7. Corporate Finance versus Portfolio Theory

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