Publisher: Prentice Hall, 1999, 242 pages
The estimation of potential losses that could arise from adverse changes in market conditions is a key element of risk management. For financial institutions and corporate treasuries across the world, Value at Risk (VaR) is rapidly emerging as the dominant methodology for estimating precisly how much money is at risk each day in the financial markets.
However, the communication and application of VaR is a field in which signal to noise ratie is not high. There is neither a widespread intuitive understanding of VaR in the market, nor an appreciation of the practicalities of its implementation and limitations.
Mastering Value at Risk will close that knowledge gap, introducing this potentially powerful methodology to those most in need of its benefits, and helping all those who encounter VaR to use it wisely.
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A pretty useless book. What it tries to teach you is simply Risk Management, but with their own trademark.