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Conditions on the Forward Curve Movements. Axioms for the Forward Curve Space.

Furthermore we include finite dimensional external factors, thus admitting a stochastic volatility structure. Mild, Weak and Strong Solutions. One of the basic building blocks for such mortality backed securities is the so-called sur-vivor or longevity bond, the future payments of which depend on the survival rates of a certain population. It gives a short introduction both to interest rate theory and to stochastic equations in infinite dimension. We consider the problem of pricing in financial markets when agents do not have access to full information.

For annuity providers longevity riskThe Regular Svensson

Applications to interest rate theory. One of the principal objectives of the author is the characterization of finite-dimensional invariant manifolds, an issue that turns out to be vital for applications.

Infinite- Dimensional Brownian Motion. Local State Dependent Volatility. Nevertheless, for the sake of studying the hedging strategies for interest rate contingent claims, it is more convenient to retain the time to maturity parametrization.

As an application we characterize all finite-dimensional realizations for a stochastic equation which describes the evolution of the term structure of interest rates. The Stochastic Fubini Theorem.

For annuity providers, longevity risk, i. The Regular Svensson Family. The present paper can be viewed as a rigorous development of this program, with explicit formulae, rigorous proofs and numerical examples. We generalize the ideas of Lin and Cox and show how to derive im-plied survival probabilities from annuity market quotes. In order to manage this risk, new financial products will be needed.

The particular problem concerns the pricing of non traded or illiquid bonds on the basis of the observations of the yields of traded zero-coupon bonds. Assumptions for Characterizing Invariant Manifolds. Finally, general stochastic viability and invariance results, which can and hopefully will be applied directly to other fields, are described. Consistency Conditions in Local Coordinates.