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2 Computer: A working knowledge of Excel is a requirement for the course. Much of the homework will require use of a spreadsheet program. However, following Stern School standard policy, no computers, Blackberries, smartphones, etc., in class. They are too distractive, for the user and for others. Calculator: You will need a calculator for quizzes. It should be a "scientific" calculator, with x y and log functions, but nothing fancier than that is required. A calculator with more functionality than is needed costs less than \$20. Course structure: There are three segments to the course I. Forwards and Futures II. Options III. Derivatives Advanced Topics Grading: There will be regular short quizzes throughout the course. Combined, these will be 25% of the grade. There will be no "make-ups" for missed quizzes. The two worst quiz scores will not be counted. Homework (50% in aggregate). About half of the homeworks will be building blocks of a term-long hands-on risk management project using Excel. There will be a written final exam given on the final exam date (25%). The typical grade distribution is: A, A % ; B+, B, B % ; C+ and below 5-15% This generally conforms to the Finance Department norm. Homework answers will be posted on the course website one week after an assignment is due. Late homework will not be accepted once the answers have been posted. TA / Tutor / Grader: The TA for the course, Subir Kumar, will hold regular office hours. Times and place will be announced. 2

3 COURSE OUTLINE H denotes chapters in the Hull textbook. bh denotes chapters in "Baby Hull." Session / Date Topics Reading / Homework 1: Weds, Sep 3 Course overview; Introduction to derivatives Fundamental derivatives concepts Value at Risk H1, H4, H bh1, bh4, bh : Mon, Sep 8 Forward contracts Hedging with forwards and with futures Futures contracts and futures markets H2 bh2 3. Weds, Sep 10 Hedging in the absence of basis risk Two key interest rate contracts "Dollar Equivalence" H3, H6 bh3, bh6 Homework #1 due 4. Mon, Sep 15 "Statistical" hedging Risk and return in a real world futures hedge Finding the minimum risk hedge using regression 5. Weds, Sep 17 Futures pricing: Expectations vs the Cost of Carry Arbitrage, the key to derivatives pricing H5 bh5 6. Mon, Sep 22 Doing cash-futures arbitrage, both long and short In-class market-making exercise-part 1 Bring your calculator to class! Homework #2-3 due 7. Weds, Sep 24 In-class market-making exercise-part 2 Bring your calculator to class! 8. Mon, Sep. 29 Stock index futures arbitrage Important stock index futures strategies Oct. 1 No Class 9. Mon, Oct 6 T-bond futures pricing; the cheapest to deliver bond Using interest rate futures Homework #4 due 10. Weds, Oct 8 Introduction to Swaps H7 bh7 3

4 Session / Date Topics Reading /Homework 11. Mon, Oct 13 Introduction to Options H8, bh8 Homework #5 due 12. Weds, Oct 15 Analyzing option positions The covered call H10 bh Mon, Oct 20 Put-call parity Option price relationships from portfolio dominance H9 bh9 14. Weds, Oct 22 Extending put-call parity Option pricing: The Binomial Model H11 bh11, bh16 15 Mon, Oct 27 Option pricing: The Black-Scholes Model H12, H13 bh Weds, Oct 29 Delta hedging and other Greek letters In-class option hedging problems H17; bh15 Bring your calculator to class! Homework #6 due 17 Mon, Nov 3 Volatility The implied volatility smile and term structure H18, H21 bh Weds, Nov 5 Variations on a theme: Options on futures, FX, and interest rates H15, H16 bh13, bh14 Homework #7 due 19 Mon, Nov 10 Stock index options Strategies for portfolio protection 20 Weds, Nov 12 Caps, floors and other interest rate options Models for interest rate processes H28, H30 bh Mon, Nov17 Caps, floors and other interest rate options Models for interest rate processes, continued H31 Homework #8 due 4

5 Session / Date Topics Reading /Homework 22. Weds, Nov19 Mortgages and mortgage-backed securities Monte Carlo solution techniques H Mon, Nov 24 Credit risk and credit derivatives H22, H23 bh21 Weds, Nov26 THANKSGIVING BREAK 24 Mon, Dec 1 Credit risk and credit derivatives, continued Homework #9 due 25. Weds, Dec 3 Exotic options Real options H24, H33 bh20, bh Mon, Dec 8 Structured products H34 excerpt from F.I.A.S.C.O. 5

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