Risk glossary

 

Mark-to-model

A means of calculating the value of a financial instrument by using standard models to value both the price of the underlying commodities and also the risk metrics of the financial instruments themselves. Mark-to-model is generally used when the underlying price is not easily observed in the market and/or where the financial instrument is a complex combination of standard products. Also known as mark-to-theoretical.

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