S&P calls for more risk disclosure

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Standard & Poor's has called on financial institutions to provide more risk disclosure about potential losses from worst-case financial events. The ratings agency, which started factoring in market risk management statistical analysis as an important component when determining credit ratings last year, specifically requested institutions to provide more expected shortfall disclosure.

Expected shortfall – also called mean excess loss or tail-conditional expectation – looks at situations outside

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