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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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The Role of Collateral in Borrowing

14 Jan 2021 RDP PDF 1784KB
credit supply, separate from mitigating counterparty risk and information asymmetries, as banks. ... manage their risk exposure by the amount they lend to a particular bank or even whether they lend to.


1 Nov 1999 RDP 1999-09
Marianne Gizycki and Brenton Goldsworthy
Interestingly, this coincided with the introduction of the Basel risk-based capital adequacy standards. ... primary risk exposurecredit risk – has fallen (see, for example, Ulmer (1997)).
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Central Bank Frameworks: Evolution or Revolution?

4 Jan 2023 Conferences PDF 7522KB
RBA Conference Volume 2018

Transcript of Question & Answer Session on 17 March 2021

9 Mar 2023 Speech
Christopher Kent
Transcript of Question & Answer Session, to the Australian Finance Industry Association, Sydney

Note 15 – Financial instruments | Financial Statements

30 Jun 1998 RBA Annual Report – 1998
The Bank's maximum credit risk exposure in relation to off balance sheet items is:. ... Concentration of credit risk. The Bank operates to minimise its credit risk exposure through comprehensive risk management policy guidelines.

Box D: Trade Compression

14 Apr 2016 FSR April 2016 PDF 189KB

The Australian Financial System

10 Sep 2009 FSR – September 2009
Despite the recovery in activity, the scale of risk exposure assumed by the central counterparties supporting the equities and futures markets has declined. ... One measure of risk exposure is the value of margin held by the central counterparties in

Managing Market Risk in Banks

10 Dec 1996 Bulletin – December 1996
In this way they provide a summary measure of the risk exposure generated by a given portfolio. ... This is a quite separate matter from the analysis of any credit risk on the balance sheet (the risk that counterparties may default).

Supervision of Market Risk: The State of Play

16 May 1996 Speech
Les Austin
Speech by Les Austin to the AIC Integrated Risk Management Conference, Sydney

Risk and the Transformation of the Australian Financial System

22 Nov 2007 Conferences PDF 238KB
RBA Conference Volume 2007