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The ABC of equity derivatives and structured products

Societe Generale.

The ABC of equity derivatives and structured products

the tailored solution of your wealth challenges

by Societe Generale.

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Published by Incisive Media Plc, 2006. in London, U.K .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Derivative securities -- Dictionaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Risk supplement January 2006.

    StatementSociete Generale and Incisive Media Plc.
    ContributionsIncisive Media Plc., Lyxor Asset Management.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination72 p. ;
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20000626M

    Their performance is similar to that of the underlying equity itself, although as futures contracts they are usually traded with greater leverage. In Indiaequity-related structured products may violate the Securities Contract Regulation Actwhich prohibits issuing and trading equity derivatives that do not trade on a nationally recognized exchange. In other words, all proceeds are paid at once upon maturity. He spends time playing tennis, hanging out with family, consulting for leading fintech companies, and writing online to help others achieve financial freedom. First, traders can cut down on costs by purchasing options which are cheaper rather than the actual stock.

    The maturity is three years. There are two benefits to such a strategy. These analyses require a high-quality, smooth, implied volatility surface as an input, along with the simulation of all intermediate spot prices until maturity, using short time steps. As an example, a rainbow note is a structured product that offers exposure to more than one underlying asset. Structured Notes of course!

    Investment banks then decided to add features [ disambiguation needed ] to the basic convertible bond, such as increased income in exchange for limits on the convertibility of the stockor principal protection. This is accomplished by taking a traditional security such as a conventional investment-grade bond and replacing the usual payment features—periodic coupons and final principal—with non-traditional payoffs derived from the performance of one or more underlying assets rather than the issuer's own cash flow. These can be done on single stocks, a customized basket of stocks or on an index of stocks. The emphasis is on intuition and common sense rather than complex formal results, which makes the book accessible to people from many different backgrounds.


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The ABC of equity derivatives and structured products by Societe Generale. Download PDF Ebook

Narrowing the investment choices down to the following: 1 2. Historically, this aspiration is met with an ad hoc approach: the structure of the product is postulated in a way that seems appropriate for the client.

Various types of stochastic correlation models — from single correlation to tradable average correlation including the beta-omega, or B-O, model to correlation matrix, all using some form of Jacobi processes — are discussed in the last chapter.

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Combining these types of features can provide attractive diversification properties. Our counseling is backed by decades of experience — we count among our ranks former senior officials with the US SEC and Department of Justice; former Wall Street investment bankers; former private equity investors; and former managing directors, heads of legal departments, and new products committee members in major international banks.

Financial innovation and the rise of the investor class changed all that. If the asset's return is negative, the investor participates one-for-one on the downside, so there is no negative leverage.

One of the two correlation instruments involved in the trade — the correlation swap — was not priced at fair value. The development of multiasset exotic products made it possible and at times necessary to trade correlation more or less directly. Some firms attempted to create a new market for structured products that are no longer trading; some have traded in secondary markets for as low as pennies on the dollar.

Utility[ edit ] From the point of view of the investor the concept of structuring means customizing your return stream.

All sorts of combinations of conditions and assets are available and pricing is based on the past likelihoods, actual occurrences and market expectations now The ABC of equity derivatives and structured products book such returns happening over such timespans given the agreed constraints.

Extrapolation is also a difficult endeavor. Structured notes are investment products that are structured by the bank for their wealth management clients.

Stock market index The ABC of equity derivatives and structured products book edit ] Main article: Stock market index future Stock markets index futures are futures contracts used to replicate the performance of an underlying stock market index.

Risks[ edit ] The risks associated with many structured products, especially those that present risks of loss of principal due to market movements, are similar to risks involved with options. Not too narrow a list huh? But, could invest more if things work out well. Origin[ edit ] Structured investments arise from the needs of companies that wanted to issue debt more cheaply.

Structured products offer retail investors easy access to derivatives. Another difference is that holders of long positions in single stock futures typically do not receive dividends and holders of short positions do not pay dividends.

On the other hand, the goal for investment banks was to increase profit margins since the newer products with added features were harder to value, and thus harder to gauge bank profits. They can be used for hedging against an existing equity position, or speculating on future movements of the index.

This background is also required for readers who want to solve the problems at the end of each chapter. One common risk associated with structured products is a relative lack of liquidity that comes with the highly customized nature of the investment.

Key Takeaways Equity derivatives are financial instruments whose value is derived from price movements of the underlying asset. Latham's lawyers have particular expertise in the areas of credit, equity, and commodity derivatives, and with all types of derivative structures, ranging from simple swaps, forwards, and options to sophisticated hybrid securities and related credit and collateral issues.

This is accomplished by taking a traditional security such as a conventional investment-grade bond and replacing the usual payment features—periodic coupons and final principal—with non-traditional payoffs derived from the performance of one or more underlying assets rather than the issuer's own cash flow.Written by a quant with many years of experience in the field this book provides an up-to-date account of equity and equity-hybrid (equity-rates, equity-credit, equity-foreign exchange) derivatives modeling from a practitioner's perspective.

Structured Equity Derivatives fills this gap in a remarkable way. The book introduces an approach to the structuring and practical application of derivatives that allows the reader to create his own derivatives solutions to an endless variety of problems.

The approach is extremely natural - the only limit is the reader's own creativity. Capital-protection is on investors’ minds at the moment, so products where clients sell capped cliquet puts to dealers, or purchase floored cliquet call spreads from dealers are relatively popular, said Herman Schoenmakers, a Paris-based equity derivatives trader at BNP Paribas.In general, all OTC derivative, structured note pdf warrant transactions involve risks, which include (among others) the risk of adverse or unanticipated market, fi-nancial, or political developments, risk of counterparty or issuer default and other credit and enforcement Exotic Equity Derivatives Manual.May 23,  · Structured derivatives are financial products whose returns are linked to underlying stocks, interest rates, commodities or indices.

We can take a example of Market Linked Debentures here who comprises of two parts 1. A fixed income security, the.In finance, an equity derivative is a class of derivatives whose ebook is at least partly derived from one or more underlying equity securities.

Structured Equity Derivatives: The Definitive Guide to Exotic Options and Structured Notes

Options and futures are by far the most common equity derivatives, however there are many other types of equity derivatives that are actively traded.