Reconstructing loan management


Tight spreads in the credit default swap (CDS) market, combined with rapacious investor appetite for loan assets, have persuaded a growing number of banks to change the way they manage the credit risk of their loan portfolios. While some have taken advantage of low spreads to bolster their credit derivatives hedge books, others have created credit portfolio management teams from scratch.

Banks such as BNP Paribas and Spain's Grupo BBVA and Banco Santander Centro Hispano are among those that have

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