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VWAP execution and guaranteed VWAP

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  • Olivier Gu'eant
  • Guillaume Royer

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Optimal liquidation using VWAP strategies has been considered in the literature, though never in the presence of permanent market impact and only rarely with execution costs. Moreover, only VWAP strategies have been studied and the pricing of guaranteed VWAP contracts has never been addressed. In this article, we develop a model to price guaranteed VWAP contracts in a general framework for market impact and we highlight the differences between an agency VWAP and a guaranteed VWAP contract. Numerical methods and applications are also provided.

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  • Olivier Gu'eant & Guillaume Royer, 2013. "VWAP execution and guaranteed VWAP," Papers 1306.2832, arXiv.org, revised May 2014.
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    1. Takashi Kato, 2017. "An Optimal Execution Problem in the Volume-Dependent Almgren-Chriss Model," Papers 1701.08972, arXiv.org, revised Aug 2017.

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