An entity must allocate the noncredit discount or premium resulting from the acquisition of a pool of PCD financial assets to each individual asset in the pool; When using a method to estimate the allowance for credit losses that discounts expected future cash flows, the discount rate used is the rate that equates the purchase price of the PCD asset with the present value of the estimated future cash flows at the acquisition date; and When using a method to estimate the allowance for credit losses other than one that discounts expected future cash flows, the allowance estimate is based on the unpaid principal balance face or par value of the PCD asset.
Operational risk In Octoberthe Committee proposed revisions to the standardised approaches for calculating operational risk capital.
This updated consultative document proposes further revisions to the framework, which emerged from the Committee's broad review of the capital framework.
The Committee's review of banks' operational risk modelling practices and capital outcomes revealed that the Advanced Measurement Approach's AMA inherent complexity, and the lack of comparability arising from a wide range of internal modelling practices, have exacerbated variability in risk-weighted asset calculations, and eroded confidence in risk-weighted capital ratios.
The Committee is therefore proposing to remove the AMA from the regulatory framework. The revised operational risk capital framework will be based on a single non-model-based method for the estimation of operational risk capital, which is termed the Standardised Measurement Approach SMA.
The SMA builds on the simplicity and comparability of a standardised approach, and embodies the risk sensitivity of an advanced approach. The combination, in a standardised way, of financial statement information and banks' internal loss experience promotes consistency and comparability in operational risk capital measurement.
The Committee welcomes comments on all aspects of this consultative document and the proposed standards text.
Comments on the proposals should be uploaded here by Friday 3 June All comments will be published on the website of the Bank for International Settlements unless a respondent specifically requests confidential treatment.4 April Credit valuation adjustments for derivative contracts 3.
How do credit adjustments work? In simple terms, the requirement for a credit adjustment as a component of fair value measurement can be an alogised to the need for a provision on a trade.
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