muRisQ-ir-models by Marc Henrard

muRisQ Advisory open source code for Interest Rate Models.

muRisQ stands for Management of Risk by Quantitative methods. The term risk management has to be understood in a large sense which includes risk strategies, ALM, quantitative impacts of regulation, and trading strategies.

You can find more details about our consulting and advisory services on our website muRisQ Advisory - Email: info@murisq.com

muRisQ Advisory is managed by Marc Henrard. You can find more about his contribution to quantitative finance through his papers and his blog:


Repository content

This repository proposes code for pricing and risk management of interest rate derivatives.

The models implemented are based on proprietary research and academic literature as described in each implementation.

Comments and suggestions for improvements are welcome.

Foundations

Some code proposed in this repository is based on OpenGamma Strata (version 2.6.0) library: http://strata.opengamma.io/

Products

1. Compounded overnight futures

Description of the futures.

2. OIS futures

Description of an innovative futures design.

References

3. LIBOR Fallback analysis

LIBOR fallback options analysis. Value transfer, convexity adjustments and risk management. Compounding setting in arrears fixing computation.

References

Curves

1. Overnight-Overnight conventions and nodes

Swap conventions to deal with EFFR-SOFR and EONIA-ESTER transition. Associated template and nodes to calibrate curves.

2. Multiply curve

Curve description as the multiplication of two underlying curves. Used for intra-month seasonal adjustment in overnight-curves.

Models

1. Bachelier Formula

Description

Explicit formula for implicit volatility.

References

2. Hull-White one-factor

3. Rational Multi-curve Model

Description

The model describes the evolution of the discount curve and the Libor process in an explicit way. The quantities are not presented through a SDE but directly as explicit quantities depending on simple random variables. This leads to explicit dynamic and in general (almost) explicit formulas for simple instruments and very easy Monte Carlo simulations.

References

Code


Professional services

The models proposed here are only a small part of the code we have developed or have access to for research and advisory services purposes. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you are interested by other models, require advisory services or are looking for a training around similar models.

Trainings and workshops

We propose in-house training and workshops on subjects related to quantitative finance and risk management.

We offer extensive flexibility on the training organization.

A in-house tailor-made course with our experts presented to your full team often costs less than sending two people to a standard course organized by a large training firm.

Agenda tailored to your needs. Detailed lecture notes. Associated to open source code for practical implementation. Training in English or in French

Some of the popular courses are (course description and typical agendas available through the links):

Some recent public courses:

Advisory

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