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Prof. Dr. Eva Lütkebohmert-Holtz

Head of the Department of Quantitative Finance

 

Eva Lütkebohmert-Holtz is Professor for Quantitative Finance at the University of Freiburg. She studied mathematics at the Universities of Bonn and Toronto and received her PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) in Mathematics from the University of Bonn in 2004. From 2005-2006 she has been working as research analyst for the Deutsche Bundesbank in the Department for Banking Supervision. From 2006-2009 she was Juniorprofessor at the Faculty for Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Bonn. Afterwards she switched to the University of Freiburg as head of the junior research group „Financial Mathematics: Pricing of Risks in Incomplete Markets“. In 2013 she was announced Professor for Quantitatitve Finance at the University of Freiburg.

Her research covers both the theoretical and empirical analysis of financial markets and lies at the intersection of economics, mathematics und statistics. Eva Lütkebohmert-Holtz published various articles on the management and modelling of financial risks, in particular credit and liquidity risk, on interest rate markets, as well as on the valuation and hedging of financial derivatives.

In the academic year 2018/2019 Eva Lütkebohmert-Holtz was internal senior fellow at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) where she worked on a project about the "Instability of Interbank markets."  In Juni/Juli 2019 Eva Lütkebohmert-Holtz has spend a research stay as academic visitor at the Institute for Mathematics and at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the University of Oxford.

 

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Prof. Dr. E. Lütkebohmert-Holtz

  
 

Research interests

  • Management and Modelling of Financial Risks
  • Valuation and Hedging of Derivatives
  • Systemic Risk and Financial Stability
 

Publications

Monographs

  • Concentration Risk in Credit Portfolios.
    Springer Verlag, European Actuarial Academy (EAA) Lecture Notes, 2009.

 

Articles

  • Tightening Robust Price Bounds for Exotic Derivatives, Quantitative Finance, Forthcoming (SSRN Preprint: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3290503, Journal:  doi: 10.1080/14697688.2019.1603394), 2019 (with J. Sester).
  • Calculating capital charges for sector concentration risk, Journal of Credit Risk 14(4), IRMC 10th Anniversary Special Issue, pp. 35-67 (doi:10.21314/JCR.2018.245), 2018 (with C. Kurtz and J. Sester).
  • Forecasting of multiple yield curves based on machine learning. Proceedings of the International Conference on Time Series and Forecasting 2018, Vol. 3, pp. 1483-1494, 2018 (with C. Gerhart and M. Weber).
  • Endogenous credit spreads and optimal debt fi nancing structure in the presence of liquidity risk. European Financial Management 23(1), pp. 55-86, 2017 (with D. Oeltz and Y. Xiao).
  • Rollover risk and credit risk under time-varying margin. Quantitative Finance 17(3), pp. 455-469, 2017 (with X.-Z. He and Y. Xiao)
  • Collateralized Borrowing and Default Risk. In: Kallsen, J., Papapantoleon, A. (Eds.): Advanced Modelling in Mathematical Finance - In honour of Ernst Eberlein, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, Springer, pp. 167-187, 2016 (with Y. Xiao).
  • Funding liquidity, debt tenor structure, and creditor's belief: An exogenous dynamic debt run model. Mathematics and Financial Economics 9, pp. 271-302, 2015. DOI: 10.1007/s11579-015-0144-6 (with G. Liang and W. Wei).
  • Optimality of payoffs in Lévy models, 
International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance 17 (6), 1450041, 2014. DOI: 10.1142/S0219024914500411 (with E. A. von Hammerstein, L. Rüschendorf, V. Wolf).
  • A multi-period bank run model for liquidity risk. 
Review of Finance 18, pp. 803-842, 2014 (with G. Liang and Y. Xiao).
  • Value-at-Risk computations in stochastic volatility models using second order weak approximation schemes. 
International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance 17(1), 1450004, 2014 (with L. Matchie).
  • Granularity Adjustment for Regulatory Capital Assessment. 
International Journal of Central Banking 9 (3), pp. 33-71, 2013 (with M.B. Gordy).
  • Failure of the saddle-point method in the presence of double defaults.
 Journal of Risk 15 (1), pp. 71-89, 2012.
  • An asset drop model as an alternative to the treatment of double defaults within the Basel framework. 
Journal of Credit Risk 8 (3), pp. 41-63, 2012 (with S. Ebert).
  • Treatment of double default effects within the granularity adjustment for Basel II. 
Journal of Credit Risk 7 (1), pp. 1-31, 2011 (with S. Ebert).
  • Absolutely continuous laws of jump-diffusions in finite and infinite dimensions with applications to mathematical finance.
 SIAM Journal of Mathematical Analysis 40 (5), pp. 2132-2153, 2009 (with B. Forster and J. Teichmann).
  • Granularity adjustment for Basel II.
 Discussion paper, Series "Banking and Financial Studies" 01/2007, Deutsche Bundesbank 2007, (with M.B. Gordy).

Contact

Department of Quantitative Finance
Institut for Economic Research
University of Freiburg
Platz der Alten Synagoge 1, KG II
79098 Freiburg im Breisgau

Telefon: +49 761 203-9362
Fax:       +49 761 203-9367
E-Mail:   eva.luetkebohmert(at)finance.uni-freiburg.de
Raum:    2.314

Contact Hours: on appointment via the Sekretariat

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