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MODELANDO EL RIESGO DE CRÉDITO: Matrices de transición para la cartera comercial


  • Alexander Zapata Galindo



Las técnicas para el otorgamiento y seguimiento de los créditos que hace el sector financiero a sus clientes han tenido importantes desarrollos en los últimos años. Las matrices de transición son una de ellas y permiten estimar la probabilidad de pasar de un estado (i) en el cual se encontraba la deuda del individuo en un cierto periodo de tiempo t, a un estado (j) en el periodo siguiente t+1. En este trabajo se estiman probabilidades de transición para la cartera comercial colombiana. Clasificación JEL: Métodos de Sim

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  • Alexander Zapata Galindo, 2004. "MODELANDO EL RIESGO DE CRÉDITO: Matrices de transición para la cartera comercial," APUNTES DE BANCA Y FINANZAS 003226, ASOBANCARIA.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000086:003226

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    1. Maldonado, Diego & Pazmiño, Mariela, 2008. "Nuevas Herramientas para la Administración del Riesgo Crediticio: El caso de una Cartera Crediticia Ecuatoriana
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    Métodos de Simulación Estadística;

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    • G2 - Financial Economics - - Financial Institutions and Services


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