Credit Risk white papers

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Risk Library provides a number of credit risk white papers, industry reports and opinions, which can be used to aid the decision making process and to reduce your organisations credit risk exposure.

Credit risk is the type of risk that a lender assumes. As a form of compensation for taking on the risk, a lender receives interest repayments at an agreed upon rate. However, if a borrower defaults on agreed repayments, lenders may lose the partial or full sum and interest of the loan. This could result in the lender incurring further costs such as collection of debt owed and disruption to cash flow.


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Company: Risk Books

Senior management are expected to make crucial business decisions using complex risk models. Controversial discussions concerning the use of risk models during the financial crisis, and the new regulatory framework, have highlighted the need for a consistent approach, and the dangers that exist. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Market Risk | Published: 30 March 2011 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

Company: UBS Delta

Prominent financial institution failures reminded market participants that over-the-counter derivatives bring counterparty credit risk. UBS Delta is providing tools for clients to measure counterparty exposure alongside other investment risk. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 13 October 2010 | Type: Article

Rating: + 6

Company: BNY Mellon

Never has the need for efficient management around over-the-counter derivatives business been more crucial, or such a focus, as it is today. BNY Mellon discusses how, with its collateral management services, it has helped clients achieve greater operational efficiency. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Post-Trade | Published: 30 April 2010 | Type: Article

Company: Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB)

As regional banks cautiously develop currency markets and sovereign risk threatens global market stability, Société Générale explains why going back to basics is a sound strategy. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 10 March 2010 | Type: Article

Company: Credit Risk Management

Sponsored by Credit Risk Management and chaired by Risk, a panel of industry professionals convened to discuss the dynamic between banks and capital markets, particularly on the issues of raising capital and the nature of credit analysis, in the current commercial credit risk management environment. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 05 October 2009 | Type: Article

Rating: + 2

Company: BNY Mellon

BNY Mellon this year launched Derivatives Collateral Net (DCN), a unique netting service for derivatives collateral management. Scott Linden and Mark Robinson of BNY Mellon talk about how they see it transforming the industry. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Post-Trade | Published: 05 October 2009 | Type: Article

Company: SunGard

In this white paper, SunGard examines the scope of credit charging in the trading book, as well as the long term business and technological implications of the increased reliance on such a charge. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 01 September 2009 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 1

Company: Omgeo

Omgeo outlines the challenges being faced by collateral managers since the collapse of Lehman Brothers 12 months ago, and how these challenges to standardisation and automation can bring the collateralising community together. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 01 September 2009 | Type: Article

Company: SunGard

Dan Travers and Jean-Marc Schwob explain how a credit risk system that combines numerical analysis with risk sensitivities can help risk managers to detect ‘wrong-way risk’ and highlight potential hot spots in their credit portfolios. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 01 February 2009 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 22

Company: SunGard

Over the last week, seismic events have fundamentally altered the capital markets landscape. Weary eyed risk professionals have spent 15 hour days answering a multitude of management concerns. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 01 November 2008 | Type: White Paper

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