Small banks face rate options valuation model change

Negative rates causing pricing model rethink


Negative interest rates have forced many traders to think differently. Normally, a party lending to another is compensated for its opportunity cost and the credit risk it is taking. However, with quantitative easing pushing interest rates close to zero or even into the negative in the eurozone, banks have had to consider some of the stranger effects it can cause on their valuation models.

It is a particular challenge for structured products with embedded interest rate options, as the most widely

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