Banks are concerned that proposed amendments to the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book could increase the number of extraneous risk factors they are expected to capitalise outside their models – potentially loading more costly add-ons onto already inflated market risk capital charges.
Market participants’ anxiety over a potential increase in non-modellable risk factors (NMRFs) stem from an appendix included in the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s recent consultation on amendments to
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