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On optimal periodic dividend and capital injection strategies for spectrally negative Lévy models

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 January 2019

Kei Noba
Affiliation:
Kyoto University
José-Luis Pérez
Affiliation:
Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas
Kazutoshi Yamazaki
Affiliation:
Kansai University
Kouji Yano
Affiliation:
Kyoto University

Abstract

De Finetti’s optimal dividend problem has recently been extended to the case when dividend payments can be made only at Poisson arrival times. In this paper we consider the version with bail-outs where the surplus must be nonnegative uniformly in time. For a general spectrally negative Lévy model, we show the optimality of a Parisian-classical reflection strategy that pays the excess above a given barrier at each Poisson arrival time and also reflects from below at 0 in the classical sense.

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