Europe goes its own way on CVA

Europe goes its own way on CVA


When a large, powerful and influential voice in the international community steps away from a key component of a global regulatory capital standard, people sit up and take notice – and they don’t get much larger than the European Union (EU). Despite being flagged for months, the decision by European legislators to allow the continent’s banks to ignore a Basel III capital charge for credit valuation adjustment (CVA) when trading with certain counterparties has surprised and dismayed some

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