How Well Do Classical Credit Risk Pricing Models Fit Swap Transaction Data?
Currency and interest rate swaps are subject to a complex, two-sided default risk. Several theoretical papers have recently addressed the problem of pricing swap credit risk. We implement a recent credit risk pricing model in order to attempt to evaluate a line of research in theoretical credit risk analysis. We compare the models analytical results to actual transaction data thanks to a unique academic database on swap transaction data.
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