The consultants at Montgomery Investment Technology, Inc. have the expertise to assist our customers in valuing standard and
“alternative” (non-standard) option contracts. Option pricing is complex but we can provide the tools and technical support to simplify the valuation process.
ASC 815 (FAS 133) of the Financial Accounting Standards Board details the accounting practices required for the reporting of a derivative product on financial statements. Under this Statement, derivatives are recognized as:
- A hedge of the exposure in changes of a firm’s asset or liability
- A hedge of the exposure to variable cash flows
- A hedge of a foreign currency exposure
The statement establishes the practices that are to be used for reporting hedge gains and losses on a fair value basis.
Montgomery Investment Technology, Inc. offers a line of option-pricing models as add-ins for popular spreadsheet and database software packages, including:
- Flexible Binomial
- Constant Elasticity of Variance (CEV)
- Broadie-Detemple American
- Asian options
- Options with indexed exercise
- “out-performance” or spread options
- Lookback options
- Options with stepped exercise prices
- Barrier (knock-out or knock-in) options
- Compound options
RISK XL and UTILITY XL
- VaR Equities anf Futures
- Historical Price Volatility
- Monte Carlo simulation
- Efficient Frontier
- Advanced analysis of price changes
- Foreign exchange functions
- Forwards and futures contracts
Documentation regarding these models and their application is provided.
Custom application development is available upon request.
Developer tools providing the above functions are available in the following enviroments:
Excel VBA, Access VBA, SQL Server, Visual Basic, Visual C++, .NET
We provide mark-to-market accounting for derivative instruments that need to be valued on a quarterly basis including:
- Exotic instruments