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Saddlepoint approximations for the risk measures of linear portfolios based on generalized hyperbolic distributions
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Saddlepoint approximations for the risk measures of linear portfolios based on generalized hyperbolic distributions
Na, Jonghwa;
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 Abstract
Distributional assumptions on equity returns play a key role in valuation theories for derivative securities. Elberlein and Keller (1995) investigated the distributional form of compound returns and found that some of standard assumptions can not be justified. Instead, Generalized Hyperbolic (GH) distribution fit the empirical returns with high accuracy. Hu and Kercheval (2007) also show that the normal distribution leads to VaR (Value at Risk) estimate that significantly underestimate the realized empirical values, while the GH distributions do not. We consider saddlepoint approximations to estimate the VaR and the ES (Expected Shortfall) which frequently encountered in finance and insurance as measures of risk management. We supposed GH distributions instead of normal ones, as underlying distribution of linear portfolios. Simulation results show the saddlepoint approximations are very accurate than normal ones.
 Keywords
Expected shortfall;generalized hyperbolic distribution;saddlepoint approximation;value at risk;
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Korean
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