La Gestión de Riesgo de Liquidez en Economías Emergentes: Un Modelo Valor-en-Riesgo (VaR) Paramétrico de Calibración Indirecta y una Aplicación al Sistema Financiero Boliviano
[Liquidity Risk Management in Emerging Economies: A Parametric Value-at-Risk (VaR) model with Indirect Calibration and an Application to the Bolivian Financial System]
Time series of obligations with the public are important to liquidity risk management in emerging economies, but a traditional parametric VaR model could give imprecise measures of liquidity risk if the series do not approach a normal (Gaussian) distribution. To overcome this flaw of parametric gaussian VaR models, this study suggest a parametric VaR model with indirect calibration (VaR-i) with a beta-parameter calibrated to be successful in backtesting tests, according to the empirical distribution of the data and not necessarily to the Gaussian distribution.
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