This XVA forum features a panel of industry leaders assessing the major factors driving XVA adoption today.
This white paper outlines how institutions can practically address the transition to CECL in a controlled, secure, and scalable environment that stands up to the high degree of scrutiny associated with significant financial statement estimates.
This white paper examines the results of a recent survey conducted by FX Week in association with LCH ForexClear. It explores the impact of the financial crisis on FX derivatives, the effectiveness of clearing, compression and optimisation tools in minimising costs, and what lies ahead for FX…
This white paper gives the most up-to-date overview of the European authorities Banking Union. It further examines how much risk reduction has already been achieved as well as the issue of illiquid assets.
Adapting to Change in the Electronic Fixed Income and OTC Markets: Have We Reached an Inflection Point?
At a recent event hosted by Numerix, capital markets participants gathered in New York to discuss how electronification has influenced and disrupted these multi-trillion-dollar markets. In this article, we report on the key takeaways and perspectives covered during the event.
This white paper explores the XVA business process, considers the delicate balancing act of measuring, managing and optimizing XVA costs, and details a modern XVA methodology approach. It further outlines market perspectives and best practices for navigating through an XVA implementation…
This white paper outlines the challenges involved in implementing CECL, proposes a best practice approach to managing spreadsheet risk in CECL, and highlights some of the functionality such a solution might need to deliver CECL accurately on time and on budget.
It is widely accepted that the introduction of bilateral margining requirements for non-cleared OTC derivatives will lead to a reduction in counterparty risk. This paper focuses on the prospect of eliminating counterparty exposure through margining and the implications for credit risk policy makers.
This white paper deals with the pricing of defaultable assets, whether corporate bonds or bank loans, in terms of theoretical and practical issues alike.
This white paper explores XVA calculation techniques that can accelerate performance and give banks an advantage over competitors. It further explores the benefits of calculating XVA’s using adjoint automatic differentiation over the ‘bump and run’ technique.