Downturn LGD: A Spot Recovery Approach
Basel II suggests that banks estimate downturn loss given default (DLGD) in capital requirement calculation. There have been studies that focused on the dependence of default rates and loss given defaults through economic cycles. However, the models proposed are still not satisfactory. In this paper, we propose a new model framework based on our recent work of stochastic spot recovery for Gaussian copula. We also compare our model with the previous approaches.
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- Li, Hui, 2009. "Extension of Spot Recovery Model for Gaussian Copula," MPRA Paper 17944, University Library of Munich, Germany.
- Li, Hui, 2009. "On Models of Stochastic Recovery for Base Correlation," MPRA Paper 15750, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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- Li, Hui, 2009. "Double Impact on CVA for CDS: Wrong-Way Risk with Stochastic Recovery," MPRA Paper 19684, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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