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Average interest rates by currency (Basel SRP98)

Can anybody confirm how the average interest rates by currency is calculated as per Basel SRP98? Please scroll down to 98.57 to see the table for different currencies. Step 1: generate a 16-year ...
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How to calculate value at risk in accordance with Basel?

I would greatly appreciate if you could let me know whether Value at Risk should be calculated for net open position (foreign currency assets-foreign currency liabilities) or for foreign currency cash?...
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Dominating credit risk modeling approaches for capital calculation in banks

In Basel/CRR (capital requirement regulation) there are various approaches for the estimation of capital requirements. For corporate exposures there is the Foundations IRB approach (F-IRBA, own ...
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Effects of hedges on counterparty exposure used for RWA computation

In the context of Basel 2 requirements (BCBS128), how hedges affect the computation of counterparty exposure used in RWA calculation? Specifically, do hedges reduce the amount of exposure (EAD)? ...
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How to add Risks-Not-In-VaR (RNIV) to VaR under Basel III

I am trying to generate/prove the magnitude of the over-conservativeness of the regulatory VaR (internal models) under Basel III against what a more accurate VaR would be. However, I can't seem to ...
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How to measure specific risk charge?

IFRS requires banks to compute different risks including market risk based on Basel iii. To do so, the capital requirement is defined as follows: $$max(VaR_{t−1},m_c × VaR_{avg}) + SRC$$ $SRC$ is ...
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Choosing observations/sample selection in behaviour credit scoring models

In retail banking the credit risk of a creditor after the credit had been granted is often modeled using behavioral credit scoring. In this setting the customer already has an account (or a few) and ...
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How is internal risk transfer different than moving from banking book to trading book?

Reading the FRTB paper, I'm not clear on what an internal risk transfer is. To me, it sounds like moving an asset from the banking book to the trading book or vice versa.
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Calculating the long run average default rate when the portfolio changes during the year

The Basel rules prescribe to calculate a long run average default rate (LADR). It is stated that his rate should be calculated as the average of yearly default rates. A first idea what be: look at ...
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Market Risk - Trading and Banking book in light of Basel III

I can not understand whether Basel III (in the part of market risk) applies both to Trading Book and Banking book or just to the first one. I have read that for what concerns Banking book you only ...
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Explanation and Application of Quantile Regression of Value-At-Risk

Self-learner here. Please, excuse me if I am asking a Question already answered, but the explanations that I find online, just seem to be a bit hard for me. I am currently trying to apply the Basel ...
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Modelling operational risk for Basel pillar 2 (internal model for OpRisk VaR)

I am somewhat familiar with OpRisk for pillar 1. As far as I know OpRisk for pillar 1 will be replaced by standard approaches soon. So what is left is proper modelling in pillar 2. What are best ...
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Why do supervisors deem qualified revolving retail less risky than other retail exposure

I would like to gain more understanding of the economic background of some Basel formulas. In the Basel guidelines in retail credit risk we have a risk weight function that depends on the correlation ...
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Expected Shortfall Basel III style: what is the idea?

I would like to do a qualitative question about the Expected shortfall in the Basel 3 document. First of all let me introduce few definitions. Suppose to have a portfolio $P$ depending on a family ...
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Difference between the Basel IRB and the Vasicek formula

The well known Basel IRB formula is as follows: $${\displaystyle K=LGD*\left[N\left({\sqrt {\frac {1}{1-R}}}*G(PD)+{\sqrt {\frac {R}{1-R}}}*G(0.999)\right)-PD\right]}$$ where the term below is the ...
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Basel Basic CVA Approach Model Foundations

I am working on CVA (credit valuation adjustments). The Basel committee released consultative document reviewing the CVA Risk Framework 'Review of the Credit Valuation Adjustment Risk Framework (2015)'...
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Liquidity horizons of risk factors categories

I'm reading the consultative document of the BCBS on the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book: http://www.bis.org/publ/bcbs265.pdf Table 2 on page 16 shows the liquidity horizons for 5 broad risk ...
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What is the difference between gross and net enterprise wide risk?

Reading a Basel paper on recommendations on internal economic capital models. One of the recommendations says members of the bank's board should be able to demonstrate understanding of the difference ...
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AT1 ratio, Core T1 ration and CET1 ratio

I would like to first know the precise definition of each one of those 3 ratios as well as there differences. On the web there is bit of a mess on the explanations. I could not find a simple and clear ...
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regarding Basel II III model

I may have to get involved in some projects using Basel II, III model for risk modeling, to which I have no background. Are there any good book/tutorials to recommend? What are the underlying ...
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what is General IB2 Restriction in Basel II credit risk model

I was reading Basel II wiki page, it says: The first pillar The first pillar deals with maintenance of regulatory capital calculated for three major components of risk that a bank faces: ...
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What are the CMG-relevant banks according to Basel III?

I'm going through Basel III monitoring workbook and instruction. There's one row in "General Info -> A) General Bank Data -> 1) Reporting Data" part: "CMG-relevant: Yes/No?" I wonder what does this ...
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which product supports Basel III LCR (liquidity coverage ratio) reporting?

After Jan 2013 change, now the main reporting changes requested from Basel III is LCR, Liquidity Coverage Ratio. Moody's has a product named RiskAuthority (previously Fermat CAD) that is going to ...
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Is Unexpected Loss ever used in Basel II?

In Basel II, EL is useful. It's calculated as $$EL = PD \cdot EAD \cdot LGD $$ in advance IRB (internal rate-based approach), Correlation $$R = 0.12 \frac{1 – e^{-50 \cdot PD}}{1 – e^{-50}} + 0.24 ...
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Basel CVA VaR with R/WWR

In Basel III the CVA VaR “is restricted to changes in the counterparties’ credit spreads and does not model the sensitivity of CVA to changes in other market factors, such as changes in the value of ...
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Is it possible to model general wrong way risk via concentration risk?

General wrong way risk (GWWR) is defined as due to a positive correlation between the level of exposure and the default probability of the counterparty, due to general market factors. (Specific wrong ...