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Jul 24
SAS for Financial Engineers:
1 – Introduction
2 – Data Management
3 – Financial Modeling(Important PROCs and Advanced PROCs: IML, SQL)
4 – Advanced Techniques (SAS Macro and other programming techniques)


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Jul 24
MatLab for Financial Engineers:
2–Statistical Analysis
3–Application to Finance I (Monte Carlo Simulations – Statistics Toolbox)
4–Application to Finance II(Portfolio Choice, Risk Management – Optimum Toolbox)
5--Application to Finance III (Binomial and Trinomial Tree Valuation)

Jul 24
A Zip file containing the examples that were used in the MathWorks webinar: "Pricing Derivatives Securities using MATLAB".

* Pricing a portfolio of vanilla options using Black-Scholes, a Binomial Tree and Monte Carlo simulation.
* Pricing exotic options using the implied trinomial tree (ITT) method
* Hedging using derivatives
* Pricing interest rate derivatives using the BDT model

Jul 24
Parameters estimation of GARCH model.


Jul 24

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