This module is different: rather than proposing definite answers, in this seminar, we pose, reflect, and discuss relevant questions. Quantitative and methodological rigourous core modules are a natural and integral part of the M.Sc. Finance. But, we want to offer more for our students – we want to provide them with a holistic view on Finance. Weiterlesen
This module has two main goals: it serves as a repetition of content students should already be familiar with as well as an application by transferring formulas into action. We rely on Excel, VBA, and MATLAB as software packages and cover basic concepts from B.Sc. studies as well as CFA Level I content. Weiterlesen
The Expected Shortfall is a risk measure, which is also known as Conditional Value-at-Risk. It adds to the VaR since it determines the expected loss in case the probability level is exceeded.
Value-at-Risk is a common risk measure in the financial industry. Based on a real time series, I show how to determine the VaR empirically and analytically using the assumption of normal distributed returns.
How many shares are necessary for a well-diversified portfolio? Applying the concept of naïve diversification, we try to answer this particular question.
Wie viele Aktien benötigt man eigentlich für ein diversifiziertes Portfolio? Anhand des Konzeptes der Naiven Diversifikation betrachten wir diese Frage genauer.