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A bank salvage model by impulse stochastic controls

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  • Francesco Cordoni
  • Luca Di Persio
  • Yilun Jiang

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The present paper is devoted to the study of a bank salvage model with finite time horizon and subjected to stochastic impulse controls. In our model, the bank's default time is a completely inaccessible random quantity generating its own filtration, then reflecting the unpredictability of the event itself. In this framework the main goal is to minimize the total cost of the central controller who can inject capital to save the bank from default. We address the latter task showing that the corresponding quasi-variational inequality (QVI) admits a unique viscosity solution, Lipschitz continuous in space and Holder continuous in time. Furthermore, under mild assumptions on the dynamics the smooth-fit $W^{(1,2),p}_{loc}$ property is achieved for any $1

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  • Francesco Cordoni & Luca Di Persio & Yilun Jiang, 2019. "A bank salvage model by impulse stochastic controls," Papers 1910.03056, arXiv.org.
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