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By Ben Ayed M., El Mehdi K., Pacella F.

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Fortunately, VaR can be approximated eﬃciently in one-factor models. For example, Gordy (2002) provides a portfolio-invariant rule for capital charges at the level of a single loan and thus the foundation of the Basel IRB function. 01% chance. 001). 9%) of the whole loan portfolio. Note that for the needed regularity conditions and the exact type of convergence, we refer to Gordy (2002). 11) yield the core of the Basel IRB function to determine the regulatory capital charge on a single loan. 12) This can be considered as the core of the function for calculating the RWA in the Basel II IRB approach.

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