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There are obvious relationships between the various securities of a given firm that impact our expectations of risk. For example, if fixed income investors expect a corporate bond of a company to default, there must be a related bankruptcy event that would negatively impact shareholders in that firm. In this presentation, Nick will describe how to use data from bond and option markets to improve risk estimation for equity portfolios, and how to use information from the equity markets to improve estimation of credit risk in fixed income securities. The goal of the process is to create holistic risk estimation where all expectations of risk are mutually consistent across the entire capital structure of a firm, and related derivatives.