In this article we consider a game theoretic approach to the Risk-Sensitive Benchmarked Asset Management problem (RSBAM) of Davis and Lleo [Quantitative Finance 8(4) (2008), 415-426]. In particular, we consider a stochastic differential game between two players, namely, the investor who has a power utility while the second player represents the market which tries to minimize the expected payoff of the investor. The market does this by modulating a stochastic benchmark that the investor needs to outperform. We obtain an explicit expression for the optimal pair of strategies as for both the players.
|Number of pages||14|
|Journal||Risk and Decision Analysis|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2014|
- Risk-sensitive control
- zero sum stochastic differential game