XVA Special Report 2017

Practices range widely across the family of valuation adjustments in relation to derivatives instruments held by banks – collectively known as XVAs – which are typically calculated by taking the expected positive exposures of a derivative at future points in time and then applying the relevant costs to that exposure.

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