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The final Basel III framework will usher in a more nuanced approach to credit risk assessment. To address the challenges and benefit from the attendant opportunities, organisations need to be able to gather and manage the necessary data.
The research report offers essential reading for anyone involved in counterparty credit risk analysis.
This Fitch Ratings white paper examines a portfolio of ‘BBB’ category corporate issuers in the U.S. and Europe in the context of differences in the composition and concentration of ‘BBB’ issuance; transition and default (T&D) patterns in past economic downturns; and issuers’ current leverage and…