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This book covers one of the most important and at the same time most complex problems that individuals have to face: the management of their assets in a way that they can make sure that all their liabilities can be covered and their financial goals can be achieved. The main focus of this book is the asset and liability management (ALM) problem of individual investors as a part of the financial planning process. The book gives an introduction to financial planning and shows how an investor can benefit from an integrated approach for the strategic asset allocation considering an uncertain…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book covers one of the most important and at the same time most complex problems that individuals have to face: the management of their assets in a way that they can make sure that all their liabilities can be covered and their financial goals can be achieved. The main focus of this book is the asset and liability management (ALM) problem of individual investors as a part of the financial planning process. The book gives an introduction to financial planning and shows how an investor can benefit from an integrated approach for the strategic asset allocation considering an uncertain development in both the assets and the liabilities. Several innovative ALM models for the individual investor that determine an optimal strategic asset allocation are studied. Some of these models are based on well-known downside risk-measures, like the Conditional Value-at-Risk and the Shortfall-Probability. The book furthermore introduces an ALM scenario generation model to generate consistent scenarios of typical assets of household portfolios and liabilities. The performance of all models is tested and discussed in detail.
Autorenporträt
Christoph G. Rösch is a management consultant and holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) with honors in finance and information management from Technische Universität München and Universität Augsburg and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Western Illinois University.