Estimation of Tail Risk based on Extreme Expectiles

Abstract : We use tail expectiles to estimate alternative measures to the Value at Risk (VaR) and Marginal Expected Shortfall (MES), two instruments of risk protection of utmost importance in actuarial science and statistical finance. The concept of expectiles isa least squares analogue of quantiles. Both are M-quanti les as the minimizers of an asymmetric convex loss function, but expectiles are the only M-quantiles that are coherent risk measures. Moreover, expectiles define the only coherent risk measure that is also elicitable. The estimation of expectiles has not, however, received any attention yet from the perspective of extreme values. Two estimation methods are proposed here, either making use of quantiles or relying directly on least asymmetrically weighted squares. A main tool is to first estimate large values of expectile-based VaR and MES located within the range of the data, and then to extrapolate the obtained estimates to the very far tails. We establish the limit distributions of both of the resulting intermediate and extreme estimators. We show via a detailed simulation study the good performance of the procedures, and present concrete applications tomedical insurance data and three large US investment banks.
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B, Royal Statistical Society, 2017
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Abdelaati Daouia, Stéphane Girard, Gilles Stupfler. Estimation of Tail Risk based on Extreme Expectiles. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B, Royal Statistical Society, 2017. 〈hal-01142130v3〉

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