Risk Books, 2009. — 381 p. — ISBN: 1906348340, 9781906348342This book is a collection of analyses of methods and practices used to manage OTC derivative counterparty risk and their performance during the 2007-8 financial crisis. It covers the areas of counterparty risk measurement, pricing (CVA), hedging, collateralization, stress testing, back testing and integration into economic capital frameworks. Various new ideas, directions and models are discussed by a group of seasoned experts. The content of the book is even more relevant in light of the recent proposals of the Basel Committee of Banking Supervision for the changes in the regulatory capital on counterparty risks. It contains a worth of insights useful to practitioners, regulators, consultants, accountants, lawmakers, auditors and researchers to understand the substantive, and often technical, issues on the table. The book is a collection of clear and concise articles produced by some of the most experienced and prominent professionals in the field. All of them strived to produce material that is substantive and accessible. This provides an invaluable collection of ideas and tools to face the changes and challenges ahead and address some of the most important issues of the moment: The proposed changes in counterparty risk capital may cause regulatory capital on credit risk to double Banks will have to invest enormous resources to upgrade their counterparty risk management systems Methods and process will be enhanced to address the demands on the governance of wrong-way risks, model validation and backtesting, and stress testing CVAs and the market risk management of counterparty risks is key under the ruling of FAS 157 and IAS 39 The book consists of 14 chapters broken down into four broad areas: * Chapters 1 to 5 cover topics related to counterparty risk measurement and management. It focuses on two very current subjects: systemic counterparty risk and collateralization. * Chapters 6 to 10 cover topics related to the pricing and hedging of counterparty risks and of collateral arrangements. CVAs have caused massive losses to banks during the recent crisis and have motivated some of the recent the Basel Committee's proposals for reforms of the regulatory capital on counterparty risks. The implications of collateral to OTC derivative valuation, funding costs and availability of funding are important current issues that are covered. * Chapters 11 and 12 cover stress testing of counterparty risks. The recent experience made clear that stress tests frameworks need to be expanded and enhanced and some new and promising ideas are described. * Chapters 13 and 14 cover back-testing of counterparty exposure models and the incorporation of counterparty risks into economic and regulatory capital frameworks. About the Author Eduardo Canabarro Eduardo Canabarro is the Managing Director responsible for Quantitative Risk Management at Morgan Stanley. He is responsible for the development of the methods and models used to measure market and credit risks as well as for the independent review and validation of pricing and risk models used by the bank. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he had a similar position at Lehman Brothers as Managing Director and Global Head of Quantitative Risk Management. Eduardo has also worked for Goldman Sachs and Salomon Brothers in Quantitative Modeling and Risk Management. Eduardo has published various articles in the Journal of Financial Engineering, Journal of Fixed Income, The Journal of Risk Financing, Journal of Risk and Re-Insurance, and RISK. His articles ?Counterparty Risk: Measurement and Pricing' and ?Analyzing Counterparty Risk' were cornerstones for the Basel II framework for regulatory capital on counterparty credit risk. He has spoken at leading risk management events around the world including the ones sponsored by the Wharton School, BIS, ICBI, RISK, PRMIA and IAFE. Eduardo holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and MBA (Finance) from UFRGS Brazil as well as MS and PhD degrees in Finance from University of California at Berkeley, USA.
Чтобы скачать этот файл зарегистрируйтесь и/или войдите на сайт используя форму сверху.
Prmia Publications – 2005, 1301 pages
ISBN: 0976609703, 9780976609704
As its title implies, this book is the Handbook for the Professional Risk Manager. It is for those professionals who seek to demonstrate their skills in the field of financial risk management and for those looking simply for an excellent reference source. With contributions from nearly 40 leading authors,...
John Wiley & Sons, 2008. — 494 p. — (Market Risk Analysis, Vol. IV).
Value at Risk and Other Risk Metrics.
An Overview of Market Risk Assessment.
Risk Measurement in Banks.
Risk Measurement in Portfolio Management.
Risk Measurement in Large Corporations.
Downside and Quantile Risk Metrics.
Semi-Standard Deviation and Second Order Lower.
Wiley, 2013. — 579 p. — 2nd ed. — ISBN: 111817545X, 9781118175453
A top risk management practitioner addresses the essential aspects of modern financial risk management
In the Second Edition of Financial Risk Management + Website, market risk expert Steve Allen offers an insider's view of this discipline and covers the strategies, principles, and measurement techniques...
Risk Books, 2012. — 527 p. — ISBN: 9781906348588
The author, Terry Benzschawel, succeeds in breaking down credit risk modelling into something that is easy to understand. The book does three main things: Describe data, theory and applications regarding corporations and sovereign nations likelihoods of default. Explain how the market prices the risk of default and its associated...
Chapman & Hall/CRC, Baco Raton, 2003. — 285 p.
The Basics of Credit Risk Management:
Regulatory Capital and the Basel Initiative.
Modeling Correlated Defaults:
The Bernoulli Model;
The Poisson Model;
Bernoulli Versus Poisson Mixture;
An Overview of Today’s Industry Models;
Loss Distributions by Means of Copula...
Wiley, 2013. — 464 c. — ISBN: 9780470748466
The book’s content is focused on rigorous and advanced quantitative methods for the pricing and hedging of counterparty credit and funding risk. The new general theory that is required for this methodology is developed from scratch, leading to a consistent and comprehensive framework for counterparty credit and funding risk, inclusive...