How the Credit Crisis has Changed Counterparty Risk Management

The credit crisis and regulatory responses have forced banks to substantially update their counterparty risk management processes.

New regulations in the form of Basel III, the Dodd-Frank Act in the U .S. and European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) have dramatically increased capital requirements for counterparty credit risk.

In addition to implementing new regulatory requirements, banks are making significant changes to internal counterparty risk management practices.

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