Structuring and Valuation

Name im Diploma SupplementLecture Structuring and Valuation
Anbieter Lehrstuhl für Energiehandel und Finanzdienstleistungen (
LehrpersonProf. Dr. Rüdiger Kiesel
TurnusSommersemestermaximale Hörerschaftunbeschränkt

empfohlenes Vorwissen

Good knowledge in statistics and econometrics.

Detailed knowledge of energy markets and frequently used quantitative models.


Principles of risk management in energy markets (risk positions, risk measures), analysis of transactions in energy markets (volatilities, correlations), structured products, principals of emissions trading, credit risk.


  1. Spot and forwad price modeling in energy markets
  2. Valuation of derivatives
  3. Risk positions and risk measures
  4. Modeling volatility and correlation in cross-commodity positions
  5. Analysis and discussion of emission markets


  • Burger, M.,  Graeber, B.  and Schindlmayr, G.: Managing Energy Risk: An Integrated View on Power and Other Energy Markets,  JohnWiley & Sons, 2007.
  • Kaminiski, V.: Energy Markets, RISK books, 2013 
  • Eydeland, A. and Wolyniec, K.: Energy and Power Risk Management, JohnWiley & Sons, 2003.
  • Geman, H.: Commodities and Commodity Derivatives, JohnWiley&Sons, 2005.
  • James, T. and Fusaro, P.C.: Energy and Emissions Markets , JohnWiley & Sons, 2006.

didaktisches Konzept

Presentation, discussion


  • BWL-EaF-Ma-2015 > Pflichtbereich > (2.-3. Fachsemester, Pflicht) Modul "Structuring and Valuation"
  • EnergySc-Ma-2016 > Fortgeschrittene Energiewissenschaft > (1. Fachsemester, Wahlpflicht) Modul "Structuring and Valuation"
  • VWL-Ma-2009-V2013 > Wahlpflichtbereich II > (1.-3. Fachsemester, Wahlpflicht) Modul "Structuring and Valuation"
  • WiMathe-Ma-2013 > VWL-Energie > (1.-4. Fachsemester, Wahlpflicht) Modul "Structuring and Valuation"
WIWI‑C0819 - Vorlesung: Structuring and Valuation