Model Risk Assessment Series

The recent expansion of model development from origination to exposure valuation benefits the decision making process of the management in financial institutions, however, models also come with costs, as well as risk.

During 2008, many models returned incorrect prediction or valuation because of the wrong assumption of correlation during financial distress. Afterwards, model risk came to attention to the industry. The industry then shifted the focus from model implementation to model risk

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