An empirical analysis of equity default swaps (I): univariate insights

Arnaud de Servigny and Norbert Jobst assess whether standard quantitative credit techniques can be used to measure the individual risk of hybrid instruments called equity default swaps (EDSs). This endeavour is based on extensive empirical work. The summarised outcome is that the level of quality of the risk assessment of EDSs based on such credit techniques is surprisingly high

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