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RBA Glossary definition for credit risk/exposure

credit risk/exposure – The risk that a counterparty will not settle an obligation for full value, either when due or thereafter. In 'exchange-for-value' systems, the risk is generally defined to include replacement risk (the risk of having to replace a contract at a potentially unfavourable price) and principal risk.

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Financial Stability Review - September 2005

26 Sep 2005 FSR - September 2005 PDF 494KB

The Australian Credit Default Swap Market

22 Feb 2012 Bulletin PDF 674KB
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Bulletin March Quarter 2023

8 Jun 2023 Bulletin - March 2023 PDF 7038KB

Risk and the Transformation of the Australian Financial System | Conference – 2007

20 Aug 2007 Conferences
Chris Ryan and Chris Thompson
This should be supportive of financial stability to the extent that it disperses credit risk more widely. ... While securitisation allows for the transfer of credit risk, the banks' primary objective in securitising housing loans has been to fund more

Robust Design Principles for Monetary Policy Committees | Conference – 2018

12 Apr 2018 Conferences
David Archer and Andrew T Levin
Risk management necessarily involves questioning standard assumptions and encouraging outside-the-box thinking. ... Against that background, the experiences of many central banks over recent decades highlight two basic types of risk exposure in monetary

A Banker's Perspective on the Future of the Financial System

7 Dec 2006 Conferences PDF 35KB
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Structural Features of Australian Residential Mortgage-backed Securities

18 Jun 2015 Bulletin – June 2015
Ivailo Arsov, In Song Kim and Karl Stacey
This article provides a summary of structural features typically found in Australian residential mortgage-backed securities and their evolution over the past decade. Understanding the structural features of the securities is essential to the

The Role of Collateral in Borrowing

20 Jan 2021 RDP 2021-01
Nicholas Garvin, David W Hughes and José-Luis Peydró
Rather, the results suggest that lenders seem to be more likely to manage their risk exposure by the amount they lend to a particular bank or even whether they lend to ... The idea is that following unexpected system-wide stress, differences in risk
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Box D: Trade Compression

20 Apr 2016 FSR – April 2016
The process, which can be applied to both bilateral and centrally cleared trades, leaves each counterparty's market risk exposure unchanged (or within a pre-defined range). ... Reforms to counterparty credit risk capital requirements provide another

The Australian Financial System

10 Sep 2012 FSR – September 2012
default funds’). Variation or mark-to-market margin is collected from participants on a daily basis to cover the risk exposure resulting from actual changes in the value of their positions. ... Initial margin is also collected for participants' new