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"Professional Financial Computing Using Excel and VBA is anadmirable exposition that bridges the theoretical underpinnings offinancial engineering and its application which usually appears asa "black-box" software application. The book opens the black-boxand reveals the architecture of risk-modeling and financialengineering based on industry-standard stochastic models byutilizing Excel and VBA functionality to create a robust andpractical modeling tool-kit. Financial engineering professionalswho purchase this book will have a jumpstart advantage for theircustomized financial engineering and modeling needs."
Dr. Cameron Wicentowich
Vice President, Treasury Analytics
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)

"Spreadsheet modeling for finance has become a standard coursein the curriculum of many Quantitative Finance programs since theExcel-based Visual Basic programming is now widely used inconstructing optimal portfolios, pricing structured products andmanaging risks. Professional Financial Computing Using Excel andVBA is written by a unique team of finance, physics andcomputer academics and practitioners. It is a good reference forthose who are studying for a Masters degree in FinancialEngineering and Risk Management. It can also be useful forfinancial engineers to jump-start a project on designing structuredproducts, modeling interest term structure or credit risks."
Dr. Jin Zhang
Director of Master of Finance Program and Associate Professor
The University of Hong Kong

"Excel has been one of the most powerful tools for financialplanning and computing over the last few years. Most users utilizea fraction of its capabilities. One of the reasons is the limitedavailability of books that cover the advanced features of Excel forFinance. Professional Financial Computing Using Excel andVBA goes the extra mile and deals with the Excel tools manyprofessionals call for. This book is a must for professionals orstudents dealing with financial engineering, financial riskmanagement, computational finance or mathematical finance. I lovedthe way the authors covered the material using real life, hands-onexamples."
Dr. Isaac Gottlieb
Temple University
Author, Next Generation Excel: Modeling in Excel for Analystsand MBAs

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