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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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Australian Money Market Divergence: Arbitrage Opportunity or Illusion?

12 Sep 2019 RDP PDF 1464KB
10 Here we account for the difference between the notional dollar value of the asset and the institution’s risk exposure. ... weight. Second, loan collateralisation reduces the risk exposure to the borrower.

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

Australian Money Market Divergence: Arbitrage Opportunity or Illusion?

1 Sep 2019 RDP 2019-09
Belinda Cheung and Sebastien Printant
For repo transactions, the range of possible risk weights is narrow since collateralisation reduces the risk exposure of the investor. ... CET1 capital / risk exposure. APRA form ARF_110_0_1. CET1 capital ratios are only.
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Trading in Treasury Bond Futures Contracts and Bonds in Australia

18 Sep 2014 Bulletin – September 2014
Belinda Cheung
Treasury bond futures are a key financial product in Australia, with turnover in Treasury bond futures contracts significantly larger than turnover in the market for Commonwealth Government securities (CGS). Treasury bond futures contracts provide a

Derivatives – Bank Activities and Supervisory Responses

10 May 1995 Bulletin – May 1995
Transactions in derivative products can be characterised as ‘zero-sum games’ where those seeking to reduce their risk exposure (to, for instance, a rise in the exchange rate) pay another party ... Sometimes, where the bank chooses to be the risk

The Australian Financial System

10 Mar 2010 FSR – March 2010
Given concerns about sovereign credit risk in smaller European countries, it is worth noting that Australian bank exposures to these countries are very small (Table 4). ... Mark-to-market margin has similarly declined. The central counterparties also

Rates Normalization Amid Elevated Global Financial Vulnerabilities

29 Dec 2022 Conferences PDF 1623KB
RBA Annual Conference 2022

June 2013 | Assessment against the Financial Stability Standards for Central Counterparties of LCH.Clearnet Limited's SwapClear Service

9 Mar 2023
Assumption of risk: LCH assumes the counterparty credit risk of SwapClear contracts through novation. ... counterparty credit risk. liquidity risk. general market risk, including concentration, sovereign and wrong-way risks.

CCPs and Banks: Different Risks, Different Regulations

17 Dec 2015 Bulletin – December 2015
David Hughes and Mark Manning
Recent debate on the adequacy of regulatory standards for central counterparties (CCPs) has often drawn on the experience of bank regulation. This article draws out the essential differences between CCPs and banks, considering the implications of

Financial Stability Review

1 Apr 2004 FSR PDF 611KB
This is giving rise to concerns about the possibility of the mispricing of global credit risk and a misallocation of global capital. ... Graph 21Indicators of Corporate Credit Risk. Sources: AFMA; Bloomberg; RBA; Reuters; UBS Australia Ltd.