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There are multiple challenges in measuring, mapping and mitigating credit, market and liquidity risk and I have been actively exploring these with risk managers and related practitioners in the market.
Fundamentally many variables influence how the market is responding to and interpreting liquidity risk management. In an interview I recently had with Finextra (above), I considered liquidity risk from a data perspective and explored the types of challenges practitioners are confronted with as well as how to best overcome them.
During the interview we approached the question of how the market is interpreting risk management by breaking liquidity risk management into two parts. Firstly the market risk management element, i.e. the potential reduction in price an institution will have to accept if liquidity in the market dries up and they are a seller. The second part relates particularly to the buy side and how they manage the risk of their assets under management being reduced through redemptions. (more…)
Evaluated pricing sits at the heart of fair value measurement. This hasn’t necessarily always been the case. In an interview with Finextra, Jayme Fagas, Global Head of Valuations & Transparency – Thomson Reuters Pricing & Reference Services, takes a look at the changing role of evaluated pricing for practitioners and its importance for portfolio valuations.
The significance of evaluated pricing for portfolio valuations centers and relies on the ability to defend an evaluated price. From a fair value pricing perspective, the capacity to defend an evaluated price is what’s truly needed to meet the regulatory obligations that IFRS and AIFMD as well as numerous other regulations have placed on market practitioners.
Access to market observable inputs is identified by Fagas in her interview with Finextra as one means to defend a price. Although a number of vendors do in fact offer prepackaged measurement tools, Fagas is cautious of their shortcomings resulting from a lack of clarity around how an exact measurement has been derived. Instead she asserts that the best outcome involves a combination of the measurement plus all the available market observable inputs which collectively produce a full package. (more…)