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EXAMPLE 17.4: RISKS IN FIXED-INCOME ARBITRAGE
David, I'm bit puzzled with the answer here. According to the answer the swap spread cannot go below zero (as the TSY has less credit risk), but over the last couple of year we've seen several times the swap spread (usually for the long dated maturities) goes negative. Can you please clarify the answer? Thanks Harel/
David, I'm bit puzzled with the answer here. According to the answer the swap spread cannot go below zero (as the TSY has less credit risk), but over the last couple of year we've seen several times the swap spread (usually for the long dated maturities) goes negative. Can you please clarify the answer? Thanks Harel/
David, I'm bit puzzled with the answer here. According to the answer the swap spread cannot go below zero (as the TSY has less credit risk), but over the last couple of year we've seen several times the swap spread (usually for the long dated maturities) goes negative. Can you please clarify...
David, I'm bit puzzled with the answer here. According to the answer the swap spread cannot go below zero (as the TSY has less credit risk), but over the last couple of year we've seen several...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 18, 2010
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Harel
May 18, 2011
2011 GARP Practice Exam L2 E1 Q11 & L2 E2 Q12
David, My pleasure to contribute and give back just a little. Best Roman
David, My pleasure to contribute and give back just a little. Best Roman
David, My pleasure to contribute and give back just a little. Best Roman
David, My pleasure to contribute and give back just a little. Best Roman
RomanS
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May 14, 2011
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RomanS
May 16, 2011
2011 Practice Exam
Because they rushed it out (it should refer to S&W). However, in my opinion, it is of no practical significance as the 2011 T2.econometric AIMs are identical (with 2 or 3 exceptions which frankly won't manifest on the exam) to 2010 T2.econometric AIMS. The Stock & Watson is a subset of Gujarati and a 95%+ topical (testable) overlap. This is the reason I did not restart my daily...
Because they rushed it out (it should refer to S&W). However, in my opinion, it is of no practical significance as the 2011 T2.econometric AIMs are identical (with 2 or 3 exceptions which frankly won't manifest on the exam) to 2010 T2.econometric AIMS. The Stock & Watson is a subset of Gujarati and a 95%+ topical (testable) overlap. This is the reason I did not restart my daily...
Because they rushed it out (it should refer to S&W). However, in my opinion, it is of no practical significance as the 2011 T2.econometric AIMs are identical (with 2 or 3 exceptions which frankly won't manifest on the exam) to 2010 T2.econometric AIMS. The Stock & Watson is a subset of...
Because they rushed it out (it should refer to S&W). However, in my opinion, it is of no practical significance as the 2011 T2.econometric AIMs are identical (with 2 or 3 exceptions which...
fpontra
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May 14, 2011
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David Harper CFA FRM
May 15, 2011
2011PracticeExamL1,E2,#17.I always confused with questions like this ,awaiting your response
yzjqc, Do you have the solution manual of Hull's exercise? I went through the exercises which David did not cover, and some of them I could not solve. Will be grt if you hv the solution manual since i lost the disc. tnx in adv, Alan .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
yzjqc, Do you have the solution manual of Hull's exercise? I went through the exercises which David did not cover, and some of them I could not solve. Will be grt if you hv the solution manual since i lost the disc. tnx in adv, Alan .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
yzjqc, Do you have the solution manual of Hull's exercise? I went through the exercises which David did not cover, and some of them I could not solve. Will be grt if you hv the solution manual since i lost the disc. tnx in adv, Alan .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
yzjqc, Do you have the solution manual of Hull's exercise? I went through the exercises which David did not cover, and some of them I could not solve. Will be grt if you hv the solution...
yzjqc@foxmail.com
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May 12, 2011
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alankarghosh@hsbc.co.in
May 13, 2011
2010 Practice Exam /partI page 44 question 25,pleast ,I need your help.
yzjqc: glad to help where we can, thanks! David
yzjqc: glad to help where we can, thanks! David
yzjqc: glad to help where we can, thanks! David
yzjqc: glad to help where we can, thanks! David
yzjqc@foxmail.com
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May 10, 2011
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David Harper CFA FRM
May 12, 2011
frm handbook 6ed p476.EXAMPLE20.4,I could not understand this question?need your help
Hi yzjqc, Ba3 is equivalent to BB- (Ba2 = BB). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_rating Thanks, David David: I get it. thank you david.
Hi yzjqc, Ba3 is equivalent to BB- (Ba2 = BB). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_rating Thanks, David David: I get it. thank you david.
Hi yzjqc, Ba3 is equivalent to BB- (Ba2 = BB). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_rating Thanks, David David: I get it. thank you david.
Hi yzjqc, Ba3 is equivalent to BB- (Ba2 = BB). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_rating Thanks, David David: I get it. thank you david.
yzjqc@foxmail.com
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May 6, 2011
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yzjqc@foxmail.com
May 9, 2011
2011 Practice Exam - Part I - Question 5
Thank you very much Alan !! It's clear now
Good luck with your exam! Najwa
Thank you very much Alan !! It's clear now
Good luck with your exam! Najwa
Thank you very much Alan !! It's clear now
Good luck with your exam! Najwa
Thank you very much Alan !! It's clear now
Good luck with your exam! Najwa
najwa.akesmamed@hec.ca
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May 7, 2011
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najwa.akesmamed@hec.ca
May 8, 2011
Garp practice exam 1, # 6
HI David, Would you kindly elaborate on the formulare that is used in this question? In the covarience matrix, the diagnal line is the varience? There is a similar question in exam 2, that is easier than this. Would appreciate your help. tx. s _____________________________________________________________________________ Saray, You are right. the diagonals are variance....
HI David, Would you kindly elaborate on the formulare that is used in this question? In the covarience matrix, the diagnal line is the varience? There is a similar question in exam 2, that is easier than this. Would appreciate your help. tx. s _____________________________________________________________________________ Saray, You are right. the diagonals are variance....
HI David, Would you kindly elaborate on the formulare that is used in this question? In the covarience matrix, the diagnal line is the varience? There is a similar question in exam 2, that is easier than this. Would appreciate your help. tx. s ...
HI David, Would you kindly elaborate on the formulare that is used in this question? In the covarience matrix, the diagnal line is the varience? There is a similar question in exam 2, that...
sarita
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May 6, 2011
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alankarghosh@hsbc.co.in
May 7, 2011
FRM hand book 6ed.PAGE237,EXAMPLE10.4,arethere problems in this question?
You're not wrong - there's a typo in Jorion's version of the question. See the 2011 Practice Exam Part 1 Q15 thx a lot
You're not wrong - there's a typo in Jorion's version of the question. See the 2011 Practice Exam Part 1 Q15 thx a lot
You're not wrong - there's a typo in Jorion's version of the question. See the 2011 Practice Exam Part 1 Q15 thx a lot
You're not wrong - there's a typo in Jorion's version of the question. See the 2011 Practice Exam Part 1 Q15 thx a lot
yzjqc@foxmail.com
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May 4, 2011
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yzjqc@foxmail.com
May 4, 2011
2011 Practice Part I Exam 1 #17 (simple question)
Got it. thanks a lot. in part 2 question 19 resembles the pattern.
Got it. thanks a lot. in part 2 question 19 resembles the pattern.
Got it. thanks a lot. in part 2 question 19 resembles the pattern.
Got it. thanks a lot. in part 2 question 19 resembles the pattern.
alexjr
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May 3, 2011
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alexjr
May 3, 2011
Convexity adjustment & AR Scaling Factor Formulae
Hi Murehwa, Good catches. In regard to the convexity measure, I am not exactly consistent, but please note: the convexity adjustment is the same because, where the "measure" omits the 2 in the denominator in the presentation, then the 1/2 is multiplied in the adjustment (the adjustment is the useful metric, I am pretty sure Fabozzi--who is not assigned but i used here b/c i thought is was...
Hi Murehwa, Good catches. In regard to the convexity measure, I am not exactly consistent, but please note: the convexity adjustment is the same because, where the "measure" omits the 2 in the denominator in the presentation, then the 1/2 is multiplied in the adjustment (the adjustment is the useful metric, I am pretty sure Fabozzi--who is not assigned but i used here b/c i thought is was...
Hi Murehwa, Good catches. In regard to the convexity measure, I am not exactly consistent, but please note: the convexity adjustment is the same because, where the "measure" omits the 2 in the denominator in the presentation, then the 1/2 is multiplied in the adjustment (the adjustment is the...
Hi Murehwa, Good catches. In regard to the convexity measure, I am not exactly consistent, but please note: the convexity adjustment is the same because, where the "measure" omits the 2 in the...
murehwa
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Apr 26, 2011
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David Harper CFA FRM
Apr 26, 2011
SSR clarification
Hi Theresa, Okay, I got your original email. I totally understand the apparent confusion. I would have preferred to keep the terminology from Gujarati: ESS (explained sum) + RSS (residual sum) = TSS (total sum) but GARP switched to Stock & Watson ESS (explained sum) + SSR (sum of squared residual) = TSS (total sum) Thanks, David
Hi Theresa, Okay, I got your original email. I totally understand the apparent confusion. I would have preferred to keep the terminology from Gujarati: ESS (explained sum) + RSS (residual sum) = TSS (total sum) but GARP switched to Stock & Watson ESS (explained sum) + SSR (sum of squared residual) = TSS (total sum) Thanks, David
Hi Theresa, Okay, I got your original email. I totally understand the apparent confusion. I would have preferred to keep the terminology from Gujarati: ESS (explained sum) + RSS (residual sum) = TSS (total sum) but GARP switched to Stock & Watson ESS (explained sum) + SSR (sum of...
Hi Theresa, Okay, I got your original email. I totally understand the apparent confusion. I would have preferred to keep the terminology from Gujarati: ESS (explained sum) + RSS (residual...
Tplbch@hotmail.com
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Apr 24, 2011
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David Harper CFA FRM
Apr 25, 2011
Regaridng the 2011 practice paper of GARP level II
Hi suraj, They intend the answer to be (a), $0 million, on the theory that during the entire lockout (and therefore true at 14 months) none of those liability tranches have been paid down to any extent; i.e., $0 principal paid to all of the five tranches, or put another way, assuming no defaults (not indicated in the question), the principal values would be unchanged at the 14 month. ......
Hi suraj, They intend the answer to be (a), $0 million, on the theory that during the entire lockout (and therefore true at 14 months) none of those liability tranches have been paid down to any extent; i.e., $0 principal paid to all of the five tranches, or put another way, assuming no defaults (not indicated in the question), the principal values would be unchanged at the 14 month. ......
Hi suraj, They intend the answer to be (a), $0 million, on the theory that during the entire lockout (and therefore true at 14 months) none of those liability tranches have been paid down to any extent; i.e., $0 principal paid to all of the five tranches, or put another way, assuming no...
Hi suraj, They intend the answer to be (a), $0 million, on the theory that during the entire lockout (and therefore true at 14 months) none of those liability tranches have been paid down to...
surajthepair
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Apr 20, 2011
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David Harper CFA FRM
Apr 20, 2011
Handbook question -- 15.8 -- FRM EXAM 2004
Herve, That's very helpful, thank you!
Herve, That's very helpful, thank you!
Herve, That's very helpful, thank you!
Herve, That's very helpful, thank you!
shi@post.harvard.edu
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Nov 19, 2010
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shi@post.harvard.edu
Nov 19, 2010
Navigating the FRM Handbook section on Bionic
Hi Eva, We didn't collect handbook questions to PDF (I don't think we have annotation to warrant any improvement, frankly). In regard to PDFs, aside from the my account > study planner, they can be found: L1 http://www.bionicturtle.com/how-to/questions/category/risk-frm/?product=level-1 L2 http://www.bionicturtle.com/how-to/questions/category/risk-frm/?product=level-2 i.e., practice...
Hi Eva, We didn't collect handbook questions to PDF (I don't think we have annotation to warrant any improvement, frankly). In regard to PDFs, aside from the my account > study planner, they can be found: L1 http://www.bionicturtle.com/how-to/questions/category/risk-frm/?product=level-1 L2 http://www.bionicturtle.com/how-to/questions/category/risk-frm/?product=level-2 i.e., practice...
Hi Eva, We didn't collect handbook questions to PDF (I don't think we have annotation to warrant any improvement, frankly). In regard to PDFs, aside from the my account > study planner, they can be found: L1...
Hi Eva, We didn't collect handbook questions to PDF (I don't think we have annotation to warrant any improvement, frankly). In regard to PDFs, aside from the my account > study planner, they...
shi@post.harvard.edu
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Nov 17, 2010
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David Harper CFA FRM
Nov 17, 2010
Implied Probability of Default
In the FRM Handbook, Jorion writes that if yields and default probabilities are "small" then we could simply the probability of default equation to : P = 1/(LGD)*(1-(1+Y)/(1+Y*)) to P = (Y*-Y)/LGD Where LGD is loss given default or (1 - recovery rate) and Y is the risk free rate and Y* is the yield for your risky bond. Probability of default questions and solving for...
In the FRM Handbook, Jorion writes that if yields and default probabilities are "small" then we could simply the probability of default equation to : P = 1/(LGD)*(1-(1+Y)/(1+Y*)) to P = (Y*-Y)/LGD Where LGD is loss given default or (1 - recovery rate) and Y is the risk free rate and Y* is the yield for your risky bond. Probability of default questions and solving for...
In the FRM Handbook, Jorion writes that if yields and default probabilities are "small" then we could simply the probability of default equation to : P = 1/(LGD)*(1-(1+Y)/(1+Y*)) to P = (Y*-Y)/LGD Where LGD is loss given default or (1 - recovery rate) and Y is the risk free rate ...
In the FRM Handbook, Jorion writes that if yields and default probabilities are "small" then we could simply the probability of default equation to : P = 1/(LGD)*(1-(1+Y)/(1+Y*)) to P =...
intuit2k2
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Nov 6, 2010
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intuit2k2
Nov 6, 2010
Recommended chapters
Hi saray, Sure thing. Opinions vary, but mine is that the questions are the weakest aspect of the 4th or 5th FRM handbook (4th or 5th edition; i see there is a 6th edition scheduled for Dec 28 release....). Jorion wrote the text (he is sincerely good author and very precise) but he did not write the questions. In general, my view is: i would only use RECENT questions (e.g., 2009,...
Hi saray, Sure thing. Opinions vary, but mine is that the questions are the weakest aspect of the 4th or 5th FRM handbook (4th or 5th edition; i see there is a 6th edition scheduled for Dec 28 release....). Jorion wrote the text (he is sincerely good author and very precise) but he did not write the questions. In general, my view is: i would only use RECENT questions (e.g., 2009,...
Hi saray, Sure thing. Opinions vary, but mine is that the questions are the weakest aspect of the 4th or 5th FRM handbook (4th or 5th edition; i see there is a 6th edition scheduled for Dec 28 release....). Jorion wrote the text (he is sincerely good author and very precise) but he did...
Hi saray, Sure thing. Opinions vary, but mine is that the questions are the weakest aspect of the 4th or 5th FRM handbook (4th or 5th edition; i see there is a 6th edition scheduled for Dec...
sarita
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Sep 7, 2010
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David Harper CFA FRM
Oct 25, 2010
EXAMPLE 19.9: FRM EXAM 2003—QUESTION 80
Dear David, Thanks a lot. This helps clarify things. Regards, Niko
Dear David, Thanks a lot. This helps clarify things. Regards, Niko
Dear David, Thanks a lot. This helps clarify things. Regards, Niko
Dear David, Thanks a lot. This helps clarify things. Regards, Niko
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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nikogeorgiev
Sep 1, 2010
EXAMPLE 19.4: FRM EXAM 2002—QUESTION 110
Dear David, Doe the fact that S&P measures PD and Moody's measures PD*LGD, have any impact on the answer (cf footnote 1 of Chapter 19)? I would say that PD*LGD is lower than PD. Kind regards, Marc
Dear David, Doe the fact that S&P measures PD and Moody's measures PD*LGD, have any impact on the answer (cf footnote 1 of Chapter 19)? I would say that PD*LGD is lower than PD. Kind regards, Marc
Dear David, Doe the fact that S&P measures PD and Moody's measures PD*LGD, have any impact on the answer (cf footnote 1 of Chapter 19)? I would say that PD*LGD is lower than PD. Kind regards, Marc
Dear David, Doe the fact that S&P measures PD and Moody's measures PD*LGD, have any impact on the answer (cf footnote 1 of Chapter 19)? I would say that PD*LGD is lower than PD. Kind...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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uiterdijk
Feb 24, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.14: FRM EXAM 2003—QUESTION 66
Question: Which of the following correctly describe the similarities between operational VAR and market VAR? I. Both VARs, when used for regulatory capital measurement, need to be validated against actual loss experience. II. Both are built on data (market prices for market VAR and operational loss data for operational VAR) that are readily available. III. Both are modeled based on a...
Question: Which of the following correctly describe the similarities between operational VAR and market VAR? I. Both VARs, when used for regulatory capital measurement, need to be validated against actual loss experience. II. Both are built on data (market prices for market VAR and operational loss data for operational VAR) that are readily available. III. Both are modeled based on a...
Question: Which of the following correctly describe the similarities between operational VAR and market VAR? I. Both VARs, when used for regulatory capital measurement, need to be validated against actual loss experience. II. Both are built on data (market prices for market VAR and...
Question: Which of the following correctly describe the similarities between operational VAR and market VAR? I. Both VARs, when used for regulatory capital measurement, need to be validated...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.13: FRM EXAM 2002—QUESTION 23
Question: Backtesting routinely compares daily profits and losses with model-generated risk measures to gauge the quality and accuracy of their risk measurement systems. The 1996 market risk amendment describes the backtesting framework that is to accompany the internal models capital requirement. This backtesting framework involves I. The size of outliers II. The use of risk measure...
Question: Backtesting routinely compares daily profits and losses with model-generated risk measures to gauge the quality and accuracy of their risk measurement systems. The 1996 market risk amendment describes the backtesting framework that is to accompany the internal models capital requirement. This backtesting framework involves I. The size of outliers II. The use of risk measure...
Question: Backtesting routinely compares daily profits and losses with model-generated risk measures to gauge the quality and accuracy of their risk measurement systems. The 1996 market risk amendment describes the backtesting framework that is to accompany the internal models capital...
Question: Backtesting routinely compares daily profits and losses with model-generated risk measures to gauge the quality and accuracy of their risk measurement systems. The 1996 market risk...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.12: FRM EXAM 1999—QUESTION 191
Question: For purposes of backtesting a VAR internal model, the amendment to the Capital Accord requires a. Comparing one year of daily P&L to a 99% one-tail confidence one-day VAR with an exception produced whenever P&L < −VAR b. Comparing one year of daily P&L to a 98% two-tail confidence one-day VAR with an exception produced whenever P&L is outside the interval (−VAR,+VAR) c....
Question: For purposes of backtesting a VAR internal model, the amendment to the Capital Accord requires a. Comparing one year of daily P&L to a 99% one-tail confidence one-day VAR with an exception produced whenever P&L < −VAR b. Comparing one year of daily P&L to a 98% two-tail confidence one-day VAR with an exception produced whenever P&L is outside the interval (−VAR,+VAR) c....
Question: For purposes of backtesting a VAR internal model, the amendment to the Capital Accord requires a. Comparing one year of daily P&L to a 99% one-tail confidence one-day VAR with an exception produced whenever P&L < −VAR b. Comparing one year of daily P&L to a 98% two-tail confidence...
Question: For purposes of backtesting a VAR internal model, the amendment to the Capital Accord requires a. Comparing one year of daily P&L to a 99% one-tail confidence one-day VAR with an...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.11: FRM EXAM 1999—QUESTION 193
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord defines the “yellow zone” as the following range of exceptions out of 250 observations; a. 3 to 7 b. 5 to 9 c. 6 to 9 d. 6 to 10 Answer: b) See Table 31.1.
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord defines the “yellow zone” as the following range of exceptions out of 250 observations; a. 3 to 7 b. 5 to 9 c. 6 to 9 d. 6 to 10 Answer: b) See Table 31.1.
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord defines the “yellow zone” as the following range of exceptions out of 250 observations; a. 3 to 7 b. 5 to 9 c. 6 to 9 d. 6 to 10 Answer: b) See Table 31.1.
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord defines the “yellow zone” as the following range of exceptions out of 250 observations; a. 3 to 7 b. 5 to 9 c. 6 to 9 d. 6 to 10 Answer: b)...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.10: FRM EXAM 1999—QUESTION 192
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord recommends that backtesting compares VAR to a. Actual P&L b. Hypothetical P&L, i.e., P&L based on end-of-day positions c. Both actual and hypothetical P&L d. Does not specify a choice Answer: c) Both measures are informative.
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord recommends that backtesting compares VAR to a. Actual P&L b. Hypothetical P&L, i.e., P&L based on end-of-day positions c. Both actual and hypothetical P&L d. Does not specify a choice Answer: c) Both measures are informative.
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord recommends that backtesting compares VAR to a. Actual P&L b. Hypothetical P&L, i.e., P&L based on end-of-day positions c. Both actual and hypothetical P&L d. Does not specify a choice Answer: c) Both measures are informative.
Question: The amendment to the Capital Accord recommends that backtesting compares VAR to a. Actual P&L b. Hypothetical P&L, i.e., P&L based on end-of-day positions c. Both actual and...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.9: FRM EXAM 2002—QUESTION 20
Question: Which of the following procedures is essential in validating the VAR estimates? a. Stress testing b. Scenario analysis c. Backtesting d. Once approved by regulators, no further validation is required. Answer: c) VAR estimates need to be compared to actual P&L results to be validated, which is called backtesting.
Question: Which of the following procedures is essential in validating the VAR estimates? a. Stress testing b. Scenario analysis c. Backtesting d. Once approved by regulators, no further validation is required. Answer: c) VAR estimates need to be compared to actual P&L results to be validated, which is called backtesting.
Question: Which of the following procedures is essential in validating the VAR estimates? a. Stress testing b. Scenario analysis c. Backtesting d. Once approved by regulators, no further validation is required. Answer: c) VAR estimates need to be compared to actual P&L results to be...
Question: Which of the following procedures is essential in validating the VAR estimates? a. Stress testing b. Scenario analysis c. Backtesting d. Once approved by regulators, no further...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.8: FRM EXAM 1999—QUESTION 195
Question: According to the current version of the amendment to the Capital Accord to incorporate market risks in relation to stress testing, which of the following statements is true? I. Stress testing results should be communicated to traders. II. Stress testing results should be communicated to senior management. III. Stress testing results should be communicated to the board of...
Question: According to the current version of the amendment to the Capital Accord to incorporate market risks in relation to stress testing, which of the following statements is true? I. Stress testing results should be communicated to traders. II. Stress testing results should be communicated to senior management. III. Stress testing results should be communicated to the board of...
Question: According to the current version of the amendment to the Capital Accord to incorporate market risks in relation to stress testing, which of the following statements is true? I. Stress testing results should be communicated to traders. II. Stress testing results should be...
Question: According to the current version of the amendment to the Capital Accord to incorporate market risks in relation to stress testing, which of the following statements is true? I....
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.7: FRM EXAM 1998—QUESTION 19
Question: Which one of the following statements is false regarding the calculation of the specific risk charge for the market risk capital rule? a. If the bank can demonstrate that its specific risk modeling captures all aspects of specific risk, a surcharge will not be required. b. If a bank’s model captures the idiosyncratic variation in its debt and equity portfolios, but does not...
Question: Which one of the following statements is false regarding the calculation of the specific risk charge for the market risk capital rule? a. If the bank can demonstrate that its specific risk modeling captures all aspects of specific risk, a surcharge will not be required. b. If a bank’s model captures the idiosyncratic variation in its debt and equity portfolios, but does not...
Question: Which one of the following statements is false regarding the calculation of the specific risk charge for the market risk capital rule? a. If the bank can demonstrate that its specific risk modeling captures all aspects of specific risk, a surcharge will not be required. b. If a...
Question: Which one of the following statements is false regarding the calculation of the specific risk charge for the market risk capital rule? a. If the bank can demonstrate that its...
Suzanne Evans
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Feb 19, 2010
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Suzanne Evans
Feb 19, 2010
EXAMPLE 31.6: FRM EXAM 1998—QUESTION 18
Question: What would be the market risk capital requirement for a bank with an average one-day VAR of $100 and a specific risk surcharge of $30, based on the current BIS minimum capital requirements? a. $300 b. $316 c. $949 d. $979 Answer: d) The total MRC is 3 × $100 × √10 + $30 = $949 + $30 = $979.
Question: What would be the market risk capital requirement for a bank with an average one-day VAR of $100 and a specific risk surcharge of $30, based on the current BIS minimum capital requirements? a. $300 b. $316 c. $949 d. $979 Answer: d) The total MRC is 3 × $100 × √10 + $30 = $949 + $30 = $979.
Question: What would be the market risk capital requirement for a bank with an average one-day VAR of $100 and a specific risk surcharge of $30, based on the current BIS minimum capital requirements? a. $300 b. $316 c. $949 d. $979 Answer: d) The total MRC is 3 × $100 × √10 + $30 =...
Question: What would be the market risk capital requirement for a bank with an average one-day VAR of $100 and a specific risk surcharge of $30, based on the current BIS minimum capital...
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EXAMPLE 31.5: FRM EXAM 1999—QUESTION 184
Question: You are given that the RiskMetrics VAR for a portfolio is $1,000,000. What is the approximate Basel Committee VAR? a. $4,450,000 b. $225,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $1,412,121 Answer: a) Assuming normally and independently distributed returns, the RM VAR needs to be adjusted from 95% to 99% confidence and from 1 day to 10 days. This gives $1,000,000 × (2.326/1.645) × √10 = $4.5...
Question: You are given that the RiskMetrics VAR for a portfolio is $1,000,000. What is the approximate Basel Committee VAR? a. $4,450,000 b. $225,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $1,412,121 Answer: a) Assuming normally and independently distributed returns, the RM VAR needs to be adjusted from 95% to 99% confidence and from 1 day to 10 days. This gives $1,000,000 × (2.326/1.645) × √10 = $4.5...
Question: You are given that the RiskMetrics VAR for a portfolio is $1,000,000. What is the approximate Basel Committee VAR? a. $4,450,000 b. $225,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $1,412,121 Answer: a) Assuming normally and independently distributed returns, the RM VAR needs to be adjusted from...
Question: You are given that the RiskMetrics VAR for a portfolio is $1,000,000. What is the approximate Basel Committee VAR? a. $4,450,000 b. $225,000 c. $1,000,000 d. $1,412,121 Answer:...
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EXAMPLE 31.4: FRM EXAM 2001—QUESTION 42
Question: Which of the following best describes the quantitative parameters of the internal models approach? a. 10-day trading horizon, 99% confidence interval, minimum one years of data, minimum quarterly updates b. 1-day trading horizon, 95% confidence interval, five years of data, updated weekly c. 1-day trading horizon, 99% confidence interval, minimum one years of data, updated...
Question: Which of the following best describes the quantitative parameters of the internal models approach? a. 10-day trading horizon, 99% confidence interval, minimum one years of data, minimum quarterly updates b. 1-day trading horizon, 95% confidence interval, five years of data, updated weekly c. 1-day trading horizon, 99% confidence interval, minimum one years of data, updated...
Question: Which of the following best describes the quantitative parameters of the internal models approach? a. 10-day trading horizon, 99% confidence interval, minimum one years of data, minimum quarterly updates b. 1-day trading horizon, 95% confidence interval, five years of data,...
Question: Which of the following best describes the quantitative parameters of the internal models approach? a. 10-day trading horizon, 99% confidence interval, minimum one years of data,...
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