Credit Risk Charges in Derivatives Pricing
Bankruptcy isn’t pretty, even if it occurs to another. If your trading partner goes bankrupt, you risk losing out on lucrative deals. This is why banks charge a credit risk spread if you conclude an uncollateralised derivative. How is this spread calculated and how does it impact the price of the derivative?
Interest Rate Swap Pricing
Since the financial crisis, the pricing of interest rate derivatives has become more complex. In the past, liquidity spreads and credit spreads were not included when banks were pricing interest rate swaps. In this article we explain in more detail how the pricing of these derivatives has changed.
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Treasury Services' answer to the RBS move
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