Approximation and Simulation of Large Diversified Portfolios [ 2003 - 2006 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Prof E Platen

Brief description The measurement of risk for large diversified portfolios, consisting of primary securities and derivatives, will play a key role in future financial technology. Based on a new characterisation of asymptotic portfolios this project proposes the development, implementation and testing of highly efficient new approximate risk measurement methodologies suitable for portfolios with hundreds or thousands of instruments. Comparisons with standard and new simulation methods will demonstrate their superiority. The outcomes of this project will give Australian industry an internationally competitive advantage in the measurement and management of risk for large diversified portfolios such as those of superannuation funds and banks.

Funding Amount $224,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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