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Internal Fraud


Internal Fraud under the Basel II Accord include operational risk events such the misappropriation of assets, tax evasion, intentional mismarking of positions, and bribery.
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Glossary A


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Asset Backed Security


Asset-backed securities, backed by pools of mortgage loans or other types of securitizable cash flow generating assets, are sold to investors who then receive payments based on the cash flows generated by the assets in the underlying pool.
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Bank Panic


A bank panic occurs when a large number of depositors at multiple different banks simultaneously demand the return of their deposits.
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Cost of Credit


The cost of credit is the interest rate, required return, or other compensation associated with securing and using credit.
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Credit Rating


A credit rating identifies the relative creditworthiness of a borrower, exposure, or facility by assigning a credit grade.
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Currency Futures


A currency future, also FX future or foreign exchange future, is a exchange traded futures contract that conveys the right to exchange one currency for another at a specified date in the future at a predetermined exchange rate known at the purchase date.
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Delta


Delta is the ratio of the price change of the derivative to the price change of the underlying asset.
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Disclosure


Disclosure is the dissemination of information about the conditions of a business that allows for a proper and transparent evaluation of that business.
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Expected Loss


Expected loss describes the size of losses that can be expected to occur.
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