Handbook of Multi-Commodity Markets and Products

Hardback by Gianluca Fusai, Andrea Roncoroni, Mark Cummins

The comprehensive guide to working more effectively within the multi-commodity market.

The Handbook of Multi-Commodity Markets and Products is the definitive desktop reference for traders, structurers, and risk managers who wish to broaden their knowledge base. This non-technical yet sophisticated manual covers everything the professional needs to become acquainted with the structure, function, rules, and practices across a wide spectrum of commodity markets. Contributions from a global team of renowned industry experts provide real-world examples for each market, along with tools for analyzing, pricing, and risk managing deals. The discussion focuses on convergence, including arbitrage valuation, econometric modeling, market structure analysis, contract engineering, and risk, while simulated scenarios help readers understand the practical application of the methods and models presented.

Gradual deregulation and the resulting increase in diversity and activity have driven the evolution of the traditionally segmented market toward integration, raising important questions about opportunity identification and analysis in multi-commodity deals. This book helps professionals navigate the shift, providing in-depth information and practical advice.

  • Structure and manage both simple and sophisticated multi-commodity deals
  • Exploit pay-off profiles and trading strategies with a diversified set of commodity prices
  • Develop more accurate forecasting models by considering additional metrics
  • Price energy products and other commodities in segmented markets with an eye toward specific structural features

As one of the only markets strong enough to boom during the credit crunch, the commodities markets are growing rapidly. Combined with increasing convergence, this transition presents potentially valuable opportunities for the development of a robust multi-commodity portfolio. For the professional seeking deeper understanding and a more effective strategy, the Handbook of Multi-Commodity Markets and Products offers complete information and expert guidance.

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Format: Hardback, 1064 pages Language: English
Dimension: 184 x 62 x 250mm ISBN10: 047074524X
Weight: 1914g ISBN13: 9780470745243
Publication Date: 04 Mar 2015 Publisher: Wiley


ANDREA RONCORONI is Professor of Finance at ESSEC Business School (Paris-Singapore), regular Visiting Professor at Bocconi University (Milan), and Director of the ESSEC Energy and Commodity Finance research center. He holds PhD's in Applied Mathematics and in Finance. His research interests primarily cover energy and commodity markets, corporate financial risk analysis and management, quantitative modelling, derivative design and valuation. Andrea put forward the Threshold Model for price simulation in spiky electricity markets, and devised FloRisk Metrics, an effective analytics to monitor and manage corporate financial exposure. He publishes in academic journals, professional reviews, financial book series, and acts as Associate Editor for the Journal of Energy Markets and Co-Editor for Argo Review. Andrea has co-authored the reference volume Implementing Models in Quantitative Finance. As a professional advisor, he consulted for private companies and public institutions, including Dong Energy, Edison, Enel, GDF, Natixis, and Trafigura Electricity Italia (TEI Energy). He is founder and CEO of Energisk, a start-up company developing cutting-edge risk analytics for corporate clients.

GIANLUCA FUSAI is Full Professor in Financial Mathematics at the University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy, and a PT Reader in Mathematical Finance at Cass Business School, City University of London, UK. He holds a PhD in Finance from Warwick Business School, an MSc in Statistics and Operational Research from the University of Essex and a BSc in Economics from Bocconi University. His research interests focus on Energy Markets, Financial Engineering, Numerical Methods for Finance, Quantitative Risk Management. He has published extensively on these topics in top-tier international reviews. Gianluca has also co-authored the best-selling textbook Implementing Models in Quantitative Finance. Gianluca has cooperated to several projects in energy markets including a multi-energy risk assessment tool developed in conjunction with a pool of energy and industrial companies and a forward curve builder for the power and gas markets nowadays used for trading and marking to market. He has also been a consultant for private and public sector on building pricing tools of derivative products. Gianluca has been an expert witness in several derivative disputes.

MARK CUMMINS is Senior Lecturer in Finance at the Dublin City University Business School and holds a PhD in Quantitative Finance. Mark's research interests include a broad range of energy and commodity modelling, derivatives, risk management and trading topics. Mark has published in international journals such as Energy Economics, Applied Energy and the Journal of Energy Markets, as well as mainstream finance journals such as the Journal of Financial Markets, International Review of Financial Analysis and Quantitative Finance. Mark has previous industry experience working as a Quantitative Analyst within the Global Risk function for BP Oil International Ltd. As part of the Risk Quantitative Analysis team, primary responsibilities included derivatives and price curve model validation and development, with a global remit across BP's energy and commodity activities. Mark is engaged in ongoing industry training and consultancy activities, focused on the energy sector primarily.


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