Derivative pricing for a multicurve extension of the Gaussian, exponentially quadratic short rate model.

Abstract : The recent financial crisis has led to so-called multi-curve models for the term structure. Here we study a multi-curve extension of short rate models where, in addition to the short rate itself, we introduce short rate spreads. In particular, we consider a Gaussian factor model where the short rate and the spreads are second order polynomials of Gaussian factor processes. This leads to an exponentially quadratic model class that is less well known than the exponentially affine class. In the latter class the factors enter linearly and for positivity one considers square root factor processes. While the square root factors in the affine class have more involved distributions, in the quadratic class the factors remain Gaussian and this leads to various advantages, in particular for derivative pricing. After some preliminaries on martingale modeling in the multi-curve setup, we concentrate on pricing of linear and optional derivatives. For linear derivatives, we exhibit an adjustment factor that allows one to pass from pre-crisis single curve values to the corresponding post-crisis multi-curve values
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Innovations in Derivatives Markets - Fixed Income Modeling, Valuation Adjustments, Risk Management, and Regulation , Springer, pp.191-226, 2016
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Zorana Grbac, Laura Meneghello, Wolfgang J. Runggaldier. Derivative pricing for a multicurve extension of the Gaussian, exponentially quadratic short rate model. . Innovations in Derivatives Markets - Fixed Income Modeling, Valuation Adjustments, Risk Management, and Regulation , Springer, pp.191-226, 2016. <hal-01485689>

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