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Concentration risk in credit portfolios

Eva LГјtkebohmert

Concentration risk in credit portfolios

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Published by Springer in Berlin, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Credit scoring systems,
  • Risk management,
  • Methodology,
  • Evaluation,
  • Portfolio management,
  • Credit control

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [217]-222) and index.

    StatementEva Lütkebohmert
    SeriesEAA lecture notes
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3705 .L87 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 225 p. :
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25040318M
    ISBN 103540708693, 3540708707
    ISBN 109783540708698, 9783540708704
    LC Control Number2008936503
    OCLC/WorldCa276646117


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The book gives an introduction to credit risk modeling with the aim to measure concentration risks in credit : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. In Concentration risk in credit portfolios book book, the impact of credit concentrations on portfolio risk is analyzed for different portfolio types and it is determined, in which cases the influence of concentration risk.

Historical experience shows that, in particular, concentration of risk in credit portfolios has been one of the major causes of bank distress. Therefore, concentration risk is highly relevant to anyone who wants to go beyond the very basic portfolio credit risk models.

The book gives an introduction to credit risk modeling. Created Concentration risk in credit portfolios book members of the Quantitative Portfolio Strategy Group at Barclays Capital Research—a recognized authority in this field—Quantitative Credit Portfolio Management contains new insights that credit market practitioners, from portfolio managers to research analysts, will find useful, practical, and easy to apply.

Written Concentration risk in credit portfolios book an intuitive yet quantitatively rigorous style, this timely Cited by: 3. Concentration risk is something that you need to manage if you have a stock portfolio. Your winning stocks are going to take over your portfolio. Therefore, you Author: Logan Kane.

The concentration risk in banks’ credit portfolios arises mainly from two types of imperfect diversification: “name” and sector concentrations (BCBS, b). Name concentration. 2 1. Introduction Mortgages defaults concentration is often considered as a major starting point of the financial crisis. In retail banking, where Concentration risk in credit portfolios book portfolios are granular, credit riskFile Size: KB.

It is therefore important to measure concentration risk in credit portfolios of banks that arises from two sources, systematic and idiosyncratic. Systematic risk represents the effect of unexpected changes in macroeconomic and financial market conditions on the performance of borrowers.

Therefore, concentration risk is highly relevant to anyone who wants to go beyond the very basic portfolio credit risk models. The book gives an introduction to credit risk modeling with the aim to measure concentration risks in credit portfolios.

Taking the basic principles of credit risk in general as a starting point, several industry models are. In this book, the impact of credit concentrations on portfolio risk is analyzed for different portfolio types and it is determined, in which cases the influence of concentration risk has to be.

concentration risk. Over time, Credit portfolios might become increasingly concentrated in less creditworthy obligors not necessarily by choice but Concentration risk in credit portfolios book chance these two situations, on which banks have little control, may make them more vulnerable to economic downturns.

Hence, measurement and monitoring of concentration risk by banks is a Size: KB. One of sub-types of credit risk is credit concentration risk, i.e.

the possibility for a bank to incur relatively (compared to bank’s capital, assets or total risk if it possible to estimate the latter) large loss from credit portfolio, so Concentration risk in credit portfolios book this loss would endanger normal activity of a bank.

Introduction to Credit Risk Modeling 1 Risk Measurement 3 Variables of Risk 4 The General Model Setting 5 Exchangeable Models 7 2 Modeling Credit Risk 9 The Regulatory Framework 10 Expected and Unexpected Loss 12 Value-at-Risk 13 Expected Shortfall 15 Economic Capital 17 3 The Merton Model 19 The General Framework 20 The Multi-Factor Merton Model.

Concentration risk in credit portfolios is woven into the credit risk of the portfolio and, therefore, implicitly accounted for in best-practice multi-factor portfolio models applied in the industry.

This paper gives an overview and compares various approximation methods that measure the capital impact of risk concentrations in the context of the single-factor model that underlies the IRB risk-weight by: 5.

Concentration risk management requires credit unions to defend their capital position with respect to the risks inherent in their loan, share, and investment portfolios. From a regulatory standpoint, the NCUA has an interest in reducing the number of credit unions that File Size: KB.

Concentration risk is the potential for a loss in value of an investment portfolio or a financial institution when an individual or group of exposures move together in an unfavorable direction.

The implication of concentration risk is that it generates such a significant loss that recovery is unlikely. Measuring concentration risk Very often, the best way to evaluate concentration risk in a credit portfolio is to go through the list of the top 20 exposures, analyzing information such as the counterparty rating, its group, sector and country, and the average recovery rate associated with existing exposures.

In this book, the impact of credit concentrations on portfolio risk is analyzed for different portfolio types and it is determined, in which cases the influence of concentration risk has to be taken into account.

An innovative approach to post-crash credit portfolio management. Credit portfolio managers traditionally rely on fundamental research for decisions on issuer selection and sector rotation.

Quantitative researchers tend to use more mathematical techniques for pricing models and to quantify credit risk and relative value. Concentration risk in banks’ credit portfolios arises either from an excessive exposure to.

certain names (often referred to asname concentration orcoarse granularity) or from an. excessive exposure to a single sector or to several highly correlated sectors ( concentration).Cited by: “Concentration Risk in Credit Portfolios”: A Workshop on Applied Banking Research Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt/Eltville, Germany, 18 November The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision is organising a joint research workshop with the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Journal of Credit Risk for credit risk experts from banks.

Part II Concentration Risk in Credit Portfolios 7 Introduction 63 8 Ad-Hoc Measures of Concentration 67 Concentration Indices 68 Conclusion 72 9 Name Concentration 75 A Granularity Adjustment for the ASRF Model 76 Example as Motivation for GA Methodology 77 The General Framework 78 The Granularity Adjustment in a.

To address the challenges faced by credit risk or credit portfolio managers, RiskFrontier models a credit investment’s value at the analysis date, its well as reference name concentration. The model does so through a bottom-up approach that considers the following: see “Modeling Credit Portfolios,” and Levy, Hu, and Li, ().

File Size: KB. from book Risk Management in Credit Portfolios - Concentration Risk and Basel II (pp) Risk Management in Credit Portfolios Article January with 28 Reads.

Managing Concentration Risk A Community Bank Perspective populated from detailed loan-loss databases and constructed on the differentiation between expected and unexpected loss find that a typical commercial bank’s capital-at-risk is dominated, to the tune of %, by credit risk capital.

The rest is roughly evenly split between market. Concentration risk is a banking term describing the level of risk in a bank's portfolio arising from concentration to a single counterparty, sector or country. The risk arises from the observation that more concentrated portfolios are less diverse and therefore the returns on.

to how the authority intends to review the management of concentration risk by credit institutions. CR6: The authority will collect sufficient information from credit institutions on which to base its assessment.

This information should come from a variety of sources, both on-site and off-site. Concentrations of Credit. Cliffs Notes. With the looming thought of an upcoming recession, the NCUA will focus its attention on concentration of credit risk. Having concentration in any one product or service makes a credit union at risk from an ‘event risk’ like the housing market crash inor industry disruptors like Uber.

portfolios drawn from the German credit register. JEL Codes: G32, G28, G 1. Introduction In the portfolio risk-factor frameworks that underpin both indus-try models of credit value-at-risk (VaR) and the internal ratings-based (IRB) risk weights of Basel II and Basel III, credit risk in a.

Concentration risk in loan portfolios arises from uneven distribution of credit across sectors or providing large loans to individual borrowers. In this context, this article analyses definition and importance of concentration risk in the loan portfolio.

Guideline on Credit Concentration Risk The Bank of Mauritius enunciates through this guideline the regulatory credit concentration limits and the basic framework of credit concentration risk management to be put in place by financial institutions. The critical role credit risk concentration has played in past bank failures has been documented in the literature.5 Therefore, the importance of prudently managing sectoral concentration risk in banks* credit portfolios is generally well recognized.

However, existing File Size: KB. Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Risk Management in Credit Portfolios: Concentration Risk and Basel II (Contributions to Economics) Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you.

only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. Measuring Credit Risk in Heterogeneous Portfolios with the ASRF Model of Gordy 35 Measuring Credit Risk Within the IRB Approach of Basel II 39 Appendix 43 3 Concentration Risk in Credit Portfolios and Its Treatment Under Basel II 57 Types of Concentration Risk 57 Incurrence and Relevance of Concentration Risk 59 The purpose of this chapter is to survey risk validation issues for equity portfolio models.

Because risk is measured in terms of volatility, an unobservable time-varying variable, there are a number of difficulties that need to be addressed. This is in contrast to a credit risk.

Risk concentration is a primary reason for bank failures, so the concentration of exposures to individual debtors, counterparties, industries, or sectors is assessed.

P Global Market Intelligence are designed to model the most relevant quantitative and qualitative drivers of underlying credit risk. Portfolio size/Market share. For. The concept and the essence of concentration risk Credit concentration risk is described differently in scientific literature.

According to T. Adams et al. (), concentration is concerned with possessing certain relatively large positions in the loan portfolio of a bank. Having defined credit concentration risk,File Size: KB.

5 Measuring concentration risk in credit portfolios Klaus Duellmann** Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt, Germany. The views expressed here are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of the - Selection from The Analytics of Risk Model Validation [Book].

SOuNd PrACTiCES iN CrEdiT POrTFOLiO MANAgEMENT credit risk of the overall credit portfolio. The mark-to-market book used for active portfolio management should be subject to appropriate market risk limits, and its P&L should be maintained and monitored Size: KB. Get this from a library!

Risk management in credit portfolios: concentration risk and Basel II. [Martin Hibbeln].Concentration in credit portfolios is considered to be the most significant source of risk to financial institutions.

Trends in credit union balance sheets reflect increased exposure to concentration risk in areas of their credit portfolios, such as: Real estate loans (fixed rates) – .- geographic (international) concentration risk: the total credit risk RWAs per ebook economic region (see Table 2).

Section 2 Portfolios in scope. 3. Single name concentration risk: wholesale credit (non-retail) portfolio exposures across the banking and trading book excluding intragroup exposures, securitisations and defaulted.