The European Banking Authority (EBA) will start from first principles as it draws up a crucial test for banks that want to model their market risk capital requirements – an opening that will delight critics of the international version of the rules.
Banks have claimed the P&L attribution test is too sensitive and will be nearly impossible to pass without a painful systems revamp. It aims to make sure bank capital models are in line with those used to price and value trades, but a discussion
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