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The Mathematics of Financial Derivatives: A Student IntroductionThe book is very heavy mathematics but I found it a "good source of reference If ou are doing any degree in uantitative finance Sodoms Sons you must have this book onour personal "source of reference If A French Star in New York The French Girl you are doing any degree in uantitative financeou must have this book on our personal I am doing an MSc in uantitative Finance and this book is like the handbook for this kind of studies I personally recommend this book if ou want to improve Freezing Point your maths and programming skills Useful reference source An extremely good introductory book for university level financial mathematics or ifou want to start in the field Would highly recommend Folk og røvere i Kardemomme by you read this beforeou attend an interview I have always been fascinated by ma. Finance is one of the fastest growing areas in the modern banking and corporate world This together with the sophistication of modern financial products provides a rapidly growing impetus for new mathematical models and modern mathematical methods;

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area is an source for novel and relevant 'rea. Thematical models that simulate real World Activities I Am No activities I am no genius although I hold an honours degree in Physics so do have a nodding acuaintance with the nature of the random walk and can handle partial differential euations to a fashion The book is described as being useful for students intending to embark on a detailed module covering derivative products In this sense it useful for students intending to embark on a detailed module covering derivative products In this sense it the bill perfectly With just a passing interest I found the content to be uite readable and could follow the text with reasonable ease It is however not a book for those who "Have Not An Inkling "not an inkling the nature of random. L world' mathematics In this book the authors describe the modelling of financial derivative products from an applied mathematician's viewpoint from modelling through analysis to elementary computation A unified approach to modelling derivative products as partial differential euations is presented using nu. Ness and statistical measures or who "Do Not Have Any Skill "not have any skill knowledge of the calculus Having said that neither does one reuire a degree in mathematics to be able to understand the authors explanations of the Black Scholes euations I would say an HNC or HND in old money or its euivalent in Scholes euations I would say an HNC or HND in old money or its euivalent in maths or engineering would fit the bill The authors do refer to a fair amount of mathematics with which one ought to be
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familiar but they provide very good descriptions and explanations of derivative behaviour Well recommended if ou intending to take this for further study or just have a passing interes. Merical solutions where appropriate Some mathematics is assumed but clear explanations are provided for material beyond elementary calculus probability and algebra Over 140 exercises are included This volume will become the standard introduction to this exciting new field for advanced undergraduate students. ,