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Bruder, Benjamin and Roncalli, Thierry : Managing risk exposures using the risk budgeting approach. The ongoing economic crisis has profoundly changed the industry of the asset management, by putting risk management at the heart of most investment processes. This new risk-based investment style does not rely on returns forecasts and is therefore assumed to be more robust.
- Portfolio Construction and Risk Budgeting (5th Edition)
- A RISK CONTRIBUTION APPROACH TO ASSET ALLOCATION
- Managing risk exposures using the risk budgeting approach
Portfolio Construction and Risk Budgeting (5th Edition)
Budgeting takes in lessons from the financial crisis, This book is an essential resource for providing a seasoned view on how best to those developing, managing or selling approach portfolio construction. Great financial products and provides an care has been taken to illustrate theoretical up-to-date analysis of current concepts with easy-to-understand examples portfolio techniques and their that can be reproduced by readers to test their application. By Bernd Scherer their knowledge beyond the mean-variance based solutions commonly taught in business schools. PEFC Certified. This book has been produced entirely from sustainable papers that are accredited as PEFC compliant. Conditions of sale All rights reserved.
A RISK CONTRIBUTION APPROACH TO ASSET ALLOCATION
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The aim of this paper is to verify whether efficient portfolios, obtained using traditional tools of asset allocation, provide real diversification of risk, in addition to the division of capital into different asset classes. It is shown how portfolios that seem diversified in their capital allocation are too heavily concentrated in terms of risk allocation. To solve this problem, use of a risk budgeting approach based on equal marginal contributions to total risk is proposed. Save to Library. Create Alert.
We request your telephone number so we can contact you in the event we have difficulty reaching you via email. We aim to respond to all questions on the same business day. Description Table of Contents Author. Completely updated and extended to cover the rapid expansion of the literature since the financial crises, this new edition of Portfolio Construction and Risk Budgeting provides the reader with a clear overview of the subject. The author presents quantitative methods and comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of alternative portfolio construction techniques, ranging from traditional methods based on mean— variance and lower-partial moments approaches, through Bayesian techniques, to more recent developments such as portfolio re-sampling and stochastic programming solutions using scenario optimisation.
Managing risk exposures using the risk budgeting approach
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