Adjoint Greeks made easy

Adjoint Greeks made easy

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The renewed emphasis of the financial industry on quantitatively sound risk management practices comes with formidable computational challenges. Computationally intensive Monte Carlo simulations are often the only practical tool available, and standard approaches for the calculation of risk require repeated simulation of a portfolio’s profit and loss.

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