As swaps leverage shrinks, bankruptcy stay rules are not guaranteed to reduce systemic risk, says economist
Credit conditions were worsening before Covid, research finds
State backing for domestic companies is hard to gauge, as new investors are discovering
The Covid‑19 pandemic – and the subsequent extreme volatility – has exposed the fragility of long-established market and supply chain systems, affecting borrowers’ ability to repay debt. David Croen, global head of credit risk products at Bloomberg,…
This study compares the gradient-boosting model with four other well-known classifiers, namely, a classification and regression tree (CART), logistic regression (LR), multivariate adaptive regression splines (MARS) and a random forest (RF).
Former Fed chair Yellen calls for reform after failure to curb corporate leverage ahead of Covid-19
Coronavirus could delay things, but authorities are taking small steps on a thorny issue
In this paper, the rules of selected major CCPs (LCH, CME, Eurex and ICE) are reviewed for both their end-of-waterfall procedures and the rights granted to clearing members in end-of-waterfall scenarios.
Four big banks reported fewer wind-up entities in 2019 resolution plans compared with 2017
Come July 1, asset managers will be unable to dump derivatives as a G-Sib is unwound. Lawyers are standing by
A fifty-year retrospective on credit risk models, the Altman Z-score family of models and their applications to financial markets and managerial strategies
This paper reflects upon the evolution of the Altman family of bankruptcy prediction models, as well as their extensions and multiple applications in financial markets and managerial decision making.
New merged body will draft netting rules, with signoff from central bank, sources say
Comment period on single-name CDSs is covert attempt at rulemaking, regulator says
Will Jelena McWilliams finally nail down the FDIC’s role as a resolution authority?
US bankruptcy-first approach needs more thought on emergency liquidity, say experts
Chinese derivatives counterparties refuse to amend documentation to apply a netting opinion
Mnuchin regulatory review explicitly refers to FDIC as receiver under a Title II resolution
Law firms are offering close-out netting opinions, but not everyone agrees it is possible
Dodd-Frank leaves legal uncertainty, but proposed alternatives could be even worse
This paper assesses the predictive ability of financial and nonfinancial variables for a long horizon in a large cross-sectional sample of Finnish firms
FDIC vice-chair on leverage-cutting schemes, TLAC and TBTF
Resolution regimes are “not a power grab” by regulators, says BoE’s Gracie
Different treatment of public and private banks stymied netting – but this could now change
Lawyers cool on Lehman's chances, but warn victory would harm swaps market