500 of the Most Witty, Acerbic and Erudite Things Ever Said by Philip Jenks

By Philip Jenks

A suite of the main memorable fees on cash, wealth, funding, and enterprise good fortune, from a wide selection of resources. together with: - mythical traders: Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, Jim Slater - Old-time billionaires: John D. Rockefeller, J. Paul Getty, Andrew Carnegie - substantial swinging dicks: invoice Gates, Chris Gent, Allan Leighton - marketers: Sam Walton, Ray Kroc, Jeff Bezos - Wits: H.L. Mencken, Oscar Wilde and Dorothy Parker - Comedians: Woody Allen, Steve Martin and Stephen Fry - Bankers and economists: Milton Friedman, J.K. Galbraith, John Maynard Keynes - Statesmen: Napoleon, Churchill, Thatcher - Rogues: Robert Maxwell, Ivan Boesky, Al Capone - Philosophers: Hegel, Goethe, Aristotle and lots of extra! Ordered through topic, with a entire index, this publication includes sharp insights, witty one-liners, and considerate observations of the top calibre. even if you will have whatever enjoyable to dip into, otherwise you are looking to pepper your dialog and writing with apercus so one can have your viewers gasping in admiration, this is often the resource.

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3). 8) where we have used the notation x+ = max{x, 0}. 4) by an extra term added to the threshold. This extra term, V(t) – V(t – dt), is the increment of the portfolio value over the MPR. As expected, in the limit dt = 0 this term disappears and we recover the “naïve” model result: EC(t) = min{E(t), Hcpt}. Let us consider a single scenario of portfolio MTM value such that the bank receives collateral at time t. Under the “naïve” model set-up, collateralised exposure would be exactly equal to the threshold.

While this is simple and solves both the CCR and PCCR problems, it is also extremely expensive. indd 11 19/03/2010 17:10 counterparty credit risk faces. The problem with overreacting to the last crisis is you are likely to divert resources away from the place the next crisis will occur. Assuming that regulators are comfortable with single charging for CCR and SCCR, and allowing the capital to be pooled within but not among firms, it obviously makes sense for them to limit the size of the unfunded clearinghouse exposures relative to the credit strength of its members.

It should be kept in mind that haircuts protect from the depreciation risk only to a certain extent. For example, if a corporate bond is posted as collateral, default of the issuer would bring the value of the bond down by a far greater extent than what is covered by the haircut. This risk of rapid depreciation can be mitigated by the requirement that the posted security be replaced should its rating fall below a prespecified level (although this would not protect from a sudden default). o Interest rate for cash collateral.

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