Investment Performance Measurement. Frank J. Fabozzi Series

  • ID: 2217359
  • Book
  • 368 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Investment performance measurement is the quantification of the results achieved by an investment program. Understanding performance measurement is vital for anyone who participates in the investment process. Investment Performance Measurement is a comprehensive and integrated survey of the steps taken to measure performance as well as a reference guide to the calculation and interpretation of the various risk and return statistics commonly encountered by anyone responsible for selecting, monitoring, and evaluating the performance of investment managers.

Written in a clear and accessible style, with each concept developed through fully worked examples, this book is a valuable guide that provides you with critical insights into many areas of this important step in the investment management cycle.

This straightforward and well–rounded resource provides a step–by–step guide to the processes used by practitioners to analyze the performance of an investment portfolio.

Topics include:

  • Calculation of the returns earned by portfolios and portfolio managers
  • Measurement of the risks taken to earn these returns
  • Measurement of the risk and return efficiency of a portfolio
  • Attribution of value added over the benchmark to management decisions
  • Presentation and interpretation of returns calculated using industry standards

Filled with in–depth spreadsheet examples, Investment Performance Measurement gives you all the information you′ll need to understand and implement the techniques used to measure the performance of an investment.

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Preface.

Acknowledgments.

CHAPTER 1: Investment Performance Measurement.

PART ONE: RETURN MEASUREMENT.

CHAPTER 2: Single Period Return.

CHAPTER 3: Money–Weighted Return.

CHAPTER 4: Time–Weighted Return.

CHAPTER 5: Multiperiod Return.

CHAPTER 6: Adjusting Returns for Impact of Fees, Taxes, and Currency.

CHAPTER 7: Measuring Relative Return.

PART TWO: RISK MEASUREMENT.

CHAPTER 8: Risk.

CHAPTER 9: Absolute Risk.

CHAPTER 10: Downside Risk.

CHAPTER 11: Relative Risk.

PART THREE: MEASURING RISK–ADJUSTED PERFORMANCE.

CHAPTER 12: Absolute Risk–Adjusted Return.

CHAPTER 13: Downside and Relative Risk–Adjusted Return.

CHAPTER 14: Assessing Skill.

PART FOUR: PERFORMANCE ATTRIBUTION.

CHAPTER 15: Security and Segment Returns.

CHAPTER 16: Effective Exposure Basis Returns.

CHAPTER 17: Contribution Analysis.

CHAPTER 18: Attributing Value Added to Management Decisions.

CHAPTER 19: Strategy–Specific Return Decomposition.

PART FIVE: PERFORMANCE PRESENTATION.

CHAPTER 20: AIMR– and GIPS–Compliant Performance Presentations.

Appendix: The AIMR Performance Presentation Standards.

Index.

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BRUCE J. FEIBEL, CFA, is the Product Manager of Performance Measurement Technology at Eagle Investment Systems, an investment management software provider located in Newton, Massachusetts. Prior to joining Eagle, Feibel was a principal at State Street Global Advisors. He earned a BS in accounting from the University of Florida.
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