Basel III

WHAT IS THIS? Basel III is a set of bank soundness rules drawn up by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in response to the financial crisis. It hikes the minimum amount of capital banks must hold, introduces new leverage and liquidity ratios, and limits the use of internal models.

The theoretical foundations of XVAs

Bloomberg analyses the theoretical basis of XVAs, focusing on the works and findings of its head of quantitative XVA analytics, Mats Kjaer, who emphasises the role of the capital valuation adjustment as a major driver of derivatives trading profitability…

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