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  1. Nicole Seaman

    P2.T6.912. The impact of collateral on counterparty risk and funding (Gregory Ch.7)

    Learning objectives: Explain the impact of collateralization on exposure, and assess the risk associated with the remargining period, threshold, and minimum transfer amount. Assess the impact of collateral on counterparty risk and funding, with and without segregation or rehypothecation...
  2. Nicole Seaman

    P2.T6.902. xVA components (Gregory Ch.4)

    Learning objectives: Identify and describe the different ways institutions can quantify, manage and mitigate counterparty risk. Identify and explain the costs of an OTC derivative. Explain the components of the xVA term. Questions: 902.1. Patricia is a Risk Analyst working on a counterparty...
  3. Nicole Seaman

    P2.T6.901. Credit exposure and valuation adjustments (Gregory, Ch.4)

    Learning objectives: Describe credit exposure, credit migration, recovery, mark-to-market, replacement cost, default probability, loss given default, and the recovery rate. Describe credit value adjustment (CVA) and compare the use of CVA and credit limits in evaluating and mitigating...
  4. Nicole Seaman

    P2.T6.900. Counterparty risk and xVA (Gregory Ch.4)

    Learning objectives: Describe counterparty risk and differentiate it from lending risk. Describe transactions that carry counterparty risk and explain how counterparty risk can arise in each transaction. Identify and describe institutions that take on significant counterparty risk. Questions...
  5. M

    hedging counterparty risk with credit derivatives

    Hi all, I have some doubt regarding this part in Gregory, chapter 4: "Hedging: Hedging counterparty risk with instruments such as credit default swaps (CDSs) aims to protect against potential default events and adverse credit spread movements. o Hedging creates operational risk and additional...