Credit valuation adjustment (CVA)
In this study the authors develop an analytical scheme that integrates a large spectrum of typical bank loans and credits, accommodates common bank loan portfolio chronological interdependencies and allows the necessary credit value adjustments (CVAs) for the unilateral default risk exposures of lending institutions both at the individual loan level and at the entire portfolio level.
Volume 10, Issue 2 of the journal presents two research papers and two technical reports. The first research paper in the issue is "Estimation of risk measures for large credit portfolios" by Johannes Hauptmann, Pablo Olivares and Rudi Zagst. The authors propose a methodology to assess risk measures for portfolio losses in the context of credit risk.
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