P2.T6. Credit Risk (25%)

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  1. Nicole Seaman
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    Errors Found in Study Notes P2.T6. Credit Risk

    @silver7 I apologize but the Study Note appears to have a typo (it has been a struggle to cope with all of the different CVA assignments). cc @Nicole Seaman. The Study note page 13 should read "... so the probability that the counterparty has survived must enter into the calculation as S(n)." Question 708.3 is correct: S(I) is the survival probability of the institution and S(n) is the...
    @silver7 I apologize but the Study Note appears to have a typo (it has been a struggle to cope with all of the different CVA assignments). cc @Nicole Seaman. The Study note page 13 should read "... so the probability that the counterparty has survived must enter into the calculation as S(n)." Question 708.3 is correct: S(I) is the survival probability of the institution and S(n) is the...
    @silver7 I apologize but the Study Note appears to have a typo (it has been a struggle to cope with all of the different CVA assignments). cc @Nicole Seaman. The Study note page 13 should read "... so the probability that the counterparty has survived must enter into the calculation as...
    @silver7 I apologize but the Study Note appears to have a typo (it has been a struggle to cope with all of the different CVA assignments). cc @Nicole Seaman. The Study note page 13 should read...
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  2. Unusualskill

    FRM Practice Exam Part II Nov 2017

    It is discussed in free resources topic 6 for 2016-GARP-Q5 (same question than 2017-Q5 and same idea but with different inputs) Oldfed
    It is discussed in free resources topic 6 for 2016-GARP-Q5 (same question than 2017-Q5 and same idea but with different inputs) Oldfed
    It is discussed in free resources topic 6 for 2016-GARP-Q5 (same question than 2017-Q5 and same idea but with different inputs) Oldfed
    It is discussed in free resources topic 6 for 2016-GARP-Q5 (same question than 2017-Q5 and same idea but with different inputs) Oldfed
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  3. rajeshtr

    CDS - Bond basis factors : confusing impact

    Hi David, In which category would the bond squeeze go? I don’t see it mentioned? The closest is perhaps shortage in cash market, but this suggests positive basis? I thought Gregory says this is negative? Thanks for clarifying!
    Hi David, In which category would the bond squeeze go? I don’t see it mentioned? The closest is perhaps shortage in cash market, but this suggests positive basis? I thought Gregory says this is negative? Thanks for clarifying!
    Hi David, In which category would the bond squeeze go? I don’t see it mentioned? The closest is perhaps shortage in cash market, but this suggests positive basis? I thought Gregory says this is negative? Thanks for clarifying!
    Hi David, In which category would the bond squeeze go? I don’t see it mentioned? The closest is perhaps shortage in cash market, but this suggests positive basis? I thought Gregory says this is...
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  4. Unusualskill

    Relationships between default probability and VaR (Malz,Chapter 9)

    @David Harper CFA FRM Can help with this question? thx!
    @David Harper CFA FRM Can help with this question? thx!
    @David Harper CFA FRM Can help with this question? thx!
    @David Harper CFA FRM Can help with this question? thx!
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  5. Kavita.bhangdia

    Computing default probability

    Thanks @David Harper CFA FRM I think I finally understand the "as seen today". So Conditional (aka Marginal) PD is a combination of assumed certainty and probability: e.g. We assume we are certain you haven't defaulted in the first 3 years, and are calculating the probability of you defaulting in the 4th given we know you didn't default in the first 3 years. Possible outcomes: You can...
    Thanks @David Harper CFA FRM I think I finally understand the "as seen today". So Conditional (aka Marginal) PD is a combination of assumed certainty and probability: e.g. We assume we are certain you haven't defaulted in the first 3 years, and are calculating the probability of you defaulting in the 4th given we know you didn't default in the first 3 years. Possible outcomes: You can...
    Thanks @David Harper CFA FRM I think I finally understand the "as seen today". So Conditional (aka Marginal) PD is a combination of assumed certainty and probability: e.g. We assume we are certain you haven't defaulted in the first 3 years, and are calculating the probability of you defaulting...
    Thanks @David Harper CFA FRM I think I finally understand the "as seen today". So Conditional (aka Marginal) PD is a combination of assumed certainty and probability: e.g. We assume we are...
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  6. Unusualskill

    Gregory, Chapter 8 (PFE)

    under a simple assumption where the yield is i.i.d. (such that yield volatility scales with the square root of time), mathematically it peaks at exactly one-third (1/3rd) its tenor (life); the local maximum is the solution to a differentiation. It goes up (amortizes) due to the rate uncertainty, but then down (diffuses) because there is no principal at risk (exchanged).
    under a simple assumption where the yield is i.i.d. (such that yield volatility scales with the square root of time), mathematically it peaks at exactly one-third (1/3rd) its tenor (life); the local maximum is the solution to a differentiation. It goes up (amortizes) due to the rate uncertainty, but then down (diffuses) because there is no principal at risk (exchanged).
    under a simple assumption where the yield is i.i.d. (such that yield volatility scales with the square root of time), mathematically it peaks at exactly one-third (1/3rd) its tenor (life); the local maximum is the solution to a differentiation. It goes up (amortizes) due to the rate uncertainty,...
    under a simple assumption where the yield is i.i.d. (such that yield volatility scales with the square root of time), mathematically it peaks at exactly one-third (1/3rd) its tenor (life); the...
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  7. MSharky

    Gregory: CVA

    I think CVA should be lower for an upward-sloping credit spread curve in the first periods of the life of the transaction (where credit spreads on the downward slope curve are still above the upward slope curve) -> in this case marginal default probabilieties would be higher using the downward slope curve and given that CVA is LGDxEExPD(t,t-1) the CVA from downward sloping curve would be...
    I think CVA should be lower for an upward-sloping credit spread curve in the first periods of the life of the transaction (where credit spreads on the downward slope curve are still above the upward slope curve) -> in this case marginal default probabilieties would be higher using the downward slope curve and given that CVA is LGDxEExPD(t,t-1) the CVA from downward sloping curve would be...
    I think CVA should be lower for an upward-sloping credit spread curve in the first periods of the life of the transaction (where credit spreads on the downward slope curve are still above the upward slope curve) -> in this case marginal default probabilieties would be higher using the downward...
    I think CVA should be lower for an upward-sloping credit spread curve in the first periods of the life of the transaction (where credit spreads on the downward slope curve are still above the...
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  8. kik92

    Malz Chapter 8:Portfolio Credit Risk

    Hi @trivzca I moved your question to this thread. Below is a screenshot of Malz Table 8.1 (here is the XLS ) Similar to the above discussion, I retrieved 28 defaults with =BINOM.INV(1000, 0.02, 0.950) = 28.0, which is an inverse cumulative binomial distribution; i.e., under a binomial distribution with n = 1,000 and p = 2.0%, the 95.0% cumulative probability "falls on" the quantile at 28...
    Hi @trivzca I moved your question to this thread. Below is a screenshot of Malz Table 8.1 (here is the XLS ) Similar to the above discussion, I retrieved 28 defaults with =BINOM.INV(1000, 0.02, 0.950) = 28.0, which is an inverse cumulative binomial distribution; i.e., under a binomial distribution with n = 1,000 and p = 2.0%, the 95.0% cumulative probability "falls on" the quantile at 28...
    Hi @trivzca I moved your question to this thread. Below is a screenshot of Malz Table 8.1 (here is the XLS ) Similar to the above discussion, I retrieved 28 defaults with =BINOM.INV(1000, 0.02, 0.950) = 28.0, which is an inverse cumulative binomial distribution; i.e., under a binomial...
    Hi @trivzca I moved your question to this thread. Below is a screenshot of Malz Table 8.1 (here is the XLS ) Similar to the above discussion, I retrieved 28 defaults with =BINOM.INV(1000, 0.02,...
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  9. Kavita.bhangdia

    CVA increase/decrease with Credit spread

    @maga If we use Gregory's (2nd edition) notation, then the essential relationship is: Risky value = RF value - bCVA = Rf value - (CVA - DVA). It's important to be really careful who is who, but I'll assume "we are the Bank" and we are calculating the Risky value for ourselves such that our credit exposure is the Counterparty. In the unilateral case, of course, an increase in CVA is greater...
    @maga If we use Gregory's (2nd edition) notation, then the essential relationship is: Risky value = RF value - bCVA = Rf value - (CVA - DVA). It's important to be really careful who is who, but I'll assume "we are the Bank" and we are calculating the Risky value for ourselves such that our credit exposure is the Counterparty. In the unilateral case, of course, an increase in CVA is greater...
    @maga If we use Gregory's (2nd edition) notation, then the essential relationship is: Risky value = RF value - bCVA = Rf value - (CVA - DVA). It's important to be really careful who is who, but I'll assume "we are the Bank" and we are calculating the Risky value for ourselves such that our...
    @maga If we use Gregory's (2nd edition) notation, then the essential relationship is: Risky value = RF value - bCVA = Rf value - (CVA - DVA). It's important to be really careful who is who, but...
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  10. afterworkguinness

    Conditional PD - GARP practice question # 10 (2015)

    Hi @Karim_B Howabout (per the tag)? We do have a lot of these threads ... @Nicole Seaman can you see what we've got, ayc, thanks?
    Hi @Karim_B Howabout (per the tag)? We do have a lot of these threads ... @Nicole Seaman can you see what we've got, ayc, thanks?
    Hi @Karim_B Howabout (per the tag)? We do have a lot of these threads ... @Nicole Seaman can you see what we've got, ayc, thanks?
    Hi @Karim_B Howabout (per the tag)? We do have a lot of these threads ... @Nicole Seaman can you see what we've got, ayc, thanks?
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  11. gautamFRM

    Basket Tranches value and risk

    @David Harper CFA FRM Came across this post while studying. May I ask how would you explain this dynamic: Higher default correlation decreases the risk of the junior tranche. For my understanding, "higher default correlation increases the risk of the senior tranche", I explain using this idea: When there is a higher possibility of defaulting together for junior and senior tranche. Thus,...
    @David Harper CFA FRM Came across this post while studying. May I ask how would you explain this dynamic: Higher default correlation decreases the risk of the junior tranche. For my understanding, "higher default correlation increases the risk of the senior tranche", I explain using this idea: When there is a higher possibility of defaulting together for junior and senior tranche. Thus,...
    @David Harper CFA FRM Came across this post while studying. May I ask how would you explain this dynamic: Higher default correlation decreases the risk of the junior tranche. For my understanding, "higher default correlation increases the risk of the senior tranche", I explain using this...
    @David Harper CFA FRM Came across this post while studying. May I ask how would you explain this dynamic: Higher default correlation decreases the risk of the junior tranche. For my...
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  12. Jiew Kwang

    CDS vs TRS vs CLN

    Thank you @emilioalzamora1!
    Thank you @emilioalzamora1!
    Thank you @emilioalzamora1!
    Thank you @emilioalzamora1!
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  13. Unusualskill

    Interest rate dynamics of firm in financial distress (Vasicek model)

    I completely agree with @emilioalzamora1 on this! That formatting looks like Kaplan, and indeed they have faithfully represented the assertions in Stulz Chapter 18.1 (is the source here). But this Stulz chapter is over 16 years old. Over the years, many of its assertions have proven problematic, at least in our forum discussions. Stulz 18.1 mixes theoretical model findings with empirical...
    I completely agree with @emilioalzamora1 on this! That formatting looks like Kaplan, and indeed they have faithfully represented the assertions in Stulz Chapter 18.1 (is the source here). But this Stulz chapter is over 16 years old. Over the years, many of its assertions have proven problematic, at least in our forum discussions. Stulz 18.1 mixes theoretical model findings with empirical...
    I completely agree with @emilioalzamora1 on this! That formatting looks like Kaplan, and indeed they have faithfully represented the assertions in Stulz Chapter 18.1 (is the source here). But this Stulz chapter is over 16 years old. Over the years, many of its assertions have proven problematic,...
    I completely agree with @emilioalzamora1 on this! That formatting looks like Kaplan, and indeed they have faithfully represented the assertions in Stulz Chapter 18.1 (is the source here). But this...
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  15. MongKoo

    How to hedge Total return swap using CDS

    Hi @andred0250_ I'm not following you, sorry, and I don't see the discrepancy between my comment above and question 209.2; the source to this question 209.2 is located here at and includes my subsequent clarifying comment: ... my comment above is a full decomposition, but as far as I can tell, 209.c and this thread are consistently asserting: TSR Payer (aka, protection buyer) = long CDS +...
    Hi @andred0250_ I'm not following you, sorry, and I don't see the discrepancy between my comment above and question 209.2; the source to this question 209.2 is located here at and includes my subsequent clarifying comment: ... my comment above is a full decomposition, but as far as I can tell, 209.c and this thread are consistently asserting: TSR Payer (aka, protection buyer) = long CDS +...
    Hi @andred0250_ I'm not following you, sorry, and I don't see the discrepancy between my comment above and question 209.2; the source to this question 209.2 is located here at and includes my subsequent clarifying comment: ... my comment above is a full decomposition, but as far as I can...
    Hi @andred0250_ I'm not following you, sorry, and I don't see the discrepancy between my comment above and question 209.2; the source to this question 209.2 is located here at and includes my...
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  16. irwinchung

    Effect of time to maturity on sub bonds

    Hi @silver7 I moved your query to this thread, see above, let me know if this helps? Thanks!
    Hi @silver7 I moved your query to this thread, see above, let me know if this helps? Thanks!
    Hi @silver7 I moved your query to this thread, see above, let me know if this helps? Thanks!
    Hi @silver7 I moved your query to this thread, see above, let me know if this helps? Thanks!
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  17. Arka Bose

    Delivery squeeze

    Hi [USER=48426]@ , Thanks for bringing this thread up again, yes, it was one of the best discussions that we had in these forums and brings back fond memories:):rolleyes:, in fact I had been wanting to answer your question a bit earlier, but paucity of time stopped me from doing so A shortage of deliverable bonds would increase the price of the Bond and reduce the Bond spread, theoretically this factor...
    Hi [USER=48426]@ , Thanks for bringing this thread up again, yes, it was one of the best discussions that we had in these forums and brings back fond memories:):rolleyes:, in fact I had been wanting to answer your question a bit earlier, but paucity of time stopped me from doing so A shortage of deliverable bonds would increase the price of the Bond and reduce the Bond spread, theoretically this factor...
    Hi [USER=48426]@ , Thanks for bringing this thread up again, yes, it was one of the best discussions that we had in these forums and brings back fond memories:):rolleyes:, in fact I had been wanting to answer your question a bit earlier, but paucity of time stopped me from doing so A shortage of...
    Hi [USER=48426]@ , Thanks for bringing this thread up again, yes, it was one of the best discussions that we had in these forums and brings back fond memories:):rolleyes:, in fact I had been wanting to answer...
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  18. jaivipin

    How can collateral create exposure??

    Thanks David.
    Thanks David.
    Thanks David.
    Thanks David.
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  19. Bernardo

    Credit risk scoring model types - Pooled Models

    Hi, I am little bit confused with Crouhy's definition of "Pooled models", i.e. These models are built by outside vendors, such as Fair Isaac, using data collected from a wide range of lenders with similar credit portfolios. For example, a revolving credit pooled model might be developed from credit card data collected from several banks. Just to confirm the concept: do banks really share...
    Hi, I am little bit confused with Crouhy's definition of "Pooled models", i.e. These models are built by outside vendors, such as Fair Isaac, using data collected from a wide range of lenders with similar credit portfolios. For example, a revolving credit pooled model might be developed from credit card data collected from several banks. Just to confirm the concept: do banks really share...
    Hi, I am little bit confused with Crouhy's definition of "Pooled models", i.e. These models are built by outside vendors, such as Fair Isaac, using data collected from a wide range of lenders with similar credit portfolios. For example, a revolving credit pooled model might be developed from...
    Hi, I am little bit confused with Crouhy's definition of "Pooled models", i.e. These models are built by outside vendors, such as Fair Isaac, using data collected from a wide range of lenders...
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  20. Sunil Natarajan

    Correlation in CDS

    Hi David, I have been a member since the past 4 months and have found this forum very informative. I was searching the internet regarding correlation in nth to default CDS and found this thread. Just wanted to extend the logic for pricing nth to default and ask a question on it. Suppose I have a 3rd to default CDS and even the basket has 3 reference obligations(credits). Also suppose the 3...
    Hi David, I have been a member since the past 4 months and have found this forum very informative. I was searching the internet regarding correlation in nth to default CDS and found this thread. Just wanted to extend the logic for pricing nth to default and ask a question on it. Suppose I have a 3rd to default CDS and even the basket has 3 reference obligations(credits). Also suppose the 3...
    Hi David, I have been a member since the past 4 months and have found this forum very informative. I was searching the internet regarding correlation in nth to default CDS and found this thread. Just wanted to extend the logic for pricing nth to default and ask a question on it. Suppose I have...
    Hi David, I have been a member since the past 4 months and have found this forum very informative. I was searching the internet regarding correlation in nth to default CDS and found this thread....
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  21. daweinzettl

    Gaussian copula modelling

    Thank you so much.
    Thank you so much.
    Thank you so much.
    Thank you so much.
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  22. VinayB

    Benefits of Securitisation

    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM ..This is crystal clear now! Thanks, Vinay
    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM ..This is crystal clear now! Thanks, Vinay
    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM ..This is crystal clear now! Thanks, Vinay
    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM ..This is crystal clear now! Thanks, Vinay
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  23. uness_o7

    z-score calibration (adjustment)

    Hi @uness_o7 Apologies but I haven't examined carefully his Cost of Classification; it's not technically in the LO syllabus, right? We didn't include in our notes .... That looks interesting, I will take a closer look what I get a chance ... thanks,
    Hi @uness_o7 Apologies but I haven't examined carefully his Cost of Classification; it's not technically in the LO syllabus, right? We didn't include in our notes .... That looks interesting, I will take a closer look what I get a chance ... thanks,
    Hi @uness_o7 Apologies but I haven't examined carefully his Cost of Classification; it's not technically in the LO syllabus, right? We didn't include in our notes .... That looks interesting, I will take a closer look what I get a chance ... thanks,
    Hi @uness_o7 Apologies but I haven't examined carefully his Cost of Classification; it's not technically in the LO syllabus, right? We didn't include in our notes .... That looks interesting, I...
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  24. VinayB

    Impact of Default Correlations on EL

    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM , appreciate the confirmation!
    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM , appreciate the confirmation!
    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM , appreciate the confirmation!
    Thank you @David Harper CFA FRM , appreciate the confirmation!
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  25. Gdb

    CVA, independent amount & margin period of risk

    Hi there, I am puzzled with the graph below; isn't the independent amount posted as collateral, either way, whatever happens? Does the margin period of risk then still have an impact?
    Hi there, I am puzzled with the graph below; isn't the independent amount posted as collateral, either way, whatever happens? Does the margin period of risk then still have an impact?
    Hi there, I am puzzled with the graph below; isn't the independent amount posted as collateral, either way, whatever happens? Does the margin period of risk then still have an impact?
    Hi there, I am puzzled with the graph below; isn't the independent amount posted as collateral, either way, whatever happens? Does the margin period of risk then still have an impact?
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  26. RM1

    FRM Handbook Example 23.9: FRM Exam 2008 Q 3-31

    Hello @dbansal, We have not updated the focus review videos recently (they are on our update list for 2018), but this post is already tagged for revision so we will make sure that the new video is correct. Videos take a great deal of time, especially when there is so much material to cover with study notes, writing in-depth PQs, creating new instructional videos, preparing detailed XLS and...
    Hello @dbansal, We have not updated the focus review videos recently (they are on our update list for 2018), but this post is already tagged for revision so we will make sure that the new video is correct. Videos take a great deal of time, especially when there is so much material to cover with study notes, writing in-depth PQs, creating new instructional videos, preparing detailed XLS and...
    Hello @dbansal, We have not updated the focus review videos recently (they are on our update list for 2018), but this post is already tagged for revision so we will make sure that the new video is correct. Videos take a great deal of time, especially when there is so much material to cover with...
    Hello @dbansal, We have not updated the focus review videos recently (they are on our update list for 2018), but this post is already tagged for revision so we will make sure that the new video...
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  27. FrmL2_Aspirant

    Margin stepup

    Hi @saurabhpal49 I assume that Choudhry is referring to a coupon with an increasing step function. If the bond/tranche is based on an index, then the margin would be added to determine the floating coupon rate; e.g., maybe the floating rate for a senior tranche = LIBOR + 50 basis point margin = coupon rate, where 50 basis points is the margin. Note the text that I located below (from...
    Hi @saurabhpal49 I assume that Choudhry is referring to a coupon with an increasing step function. If the bond/tranche is based on an index, then the margin would be added to determine the floating coupon rate; e.g., maybe the floating rate for a senior tranche = LIBOR + 50 basis point margin = coupon rate, where 50 basis points is the margin. Note the text that I located below (from...
    Hi @saurabhpal49 I assume that Choudhry is referring to a coupon with an increasing step function. If the bond/tranche is based on an index, then the margin would be added to determine the floating coupon rate; e.g., maybe the floating rate for a senior tranche = LIBOR + 50 basis point margin =...
    Hi @saurabhpal49 I assume that Choudhry is referring to a coupon with an increasing step function. If the bond/tranche is based on an index, then the margin would be added to determine the...
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  28. Taunk

    P2.T6.309. Default correlation, Malz sections 8.1 and 8.2

    Yes David....that surely helped.....thanks so much...hopefully the question in exam shall provide the number of defaults :)
    Yes David....that surely helped.....thanks so much...hopefully the question in exam shall provide the number of defaults :)
    Yes David....that surely helped.....thanks so much...hopefully the question in exam shall provide the number of defaults :)
    Yes David....that surely helped.....thanks so much...hopefully the question in exam shall provide the number of defaults :)
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  29. saurabhpal49

    First to default put ( crouhy)

    Hi @saurabhpal49 I'd explain with a simple illustration. Imagine the basket contains only two credits, each with (unconditional) default probability of, respectively say, 10.0% and 7.0%. Also, let's simplify and approximate spread by S = PD*LGD but assume LGD = 100%, so that spread approximated default probability. Now compare: If these credits are uncorrelated, what is the approximate...
    Hi @saurabhpal49 I'd explain with a simple illustration. Imagine the basket contains only two credits, each with (unconditional) default probability of, respectively say, 10.0% and 7.0%. Also, let's simplify and approximate spread by S = PD*LGD but assume LGD = 100%, so that spread approximated default probability. Now compare: If these credits are uncorrelated, what is the approximate...
    Hi @saurabhpal49 I'd explain with a simple illustration. Imagine the basket contains only two credits, each with (unconditional) default probability of, respectively say, 10.0% and 7.0%. Also, let's simplify and approximate spread by S = PD*LGD but assume LGD = 100%, so that spread approximated...
    Hi @saurabhpal49 I'd explain with a simple illustration. Imagine the basket contains only two credits, each with (unconditional) default probability of, respectively say, 10.0% and 7.0%. Also,...
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  30. saurabhpal49

    Settled vs actual recovery rates

    It's very clear as usual, thanks a lot David.
    It's very clear as usual, thanks a lot David.
    It's very clear as usual, thanks a lot David.
    It's very clear as usual, thanks a lot David.
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  31. saurabhpal49

    Netting vs closeout netting

    @saurabhpal49 But I do not think payment netting is triggered by counterparty default. The difference is between payment netting and close-out netting. The classic example of payment netting is an interest rate swap where, at each (eg) six-month settlement (aka, exchange), the fixed "coupon" payment is exchanged for the floating "coupon" payment, but they are netted (as in payment netting). If...
    @saurabhpal49 But I do not think payment netting is triggered by counterparty default. The difference is between payment netting and close-out netting. The classic example of payment netting is an interest rate swap where, at each (eg) six-month settlement (aka, exchange), the fixed "coupon" payment is exchanged for the floating "coupon" payment, but they are netted (as in payment netting). If...
    @saurabhpal49 But I do not think payment netting is triggered by counterparty default. The difference is between payment netting and close-out netting. The classic example of payment netting is an interest rate swap where, at each (eg) six-month settlement (aka, exchange), the fixed "coupon"...
    @saurabhpal49 But I do not think payment netting is triggered by counterparty default. The difference is between payment netting and close-out netting. The classic example of payment netting is an...
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