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Net Stable Funding Ratio: Impact on Funding Value Adjustment

Siadat, Medya; Hammarlid, Ola;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
In this paper we investigate the relationship between Funding Value Adjustment (FVA) and Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR). FVA is defined in a consistent way with NSFR such that the new framework of FVA monitors the costs due to keeping NSFR at an acceptable level, as well. In addition, the problem of choosing the optimal funding strategy is formulated as a shortest path problem where the proposed FVA framework is applied in the optimization process. The solution provides us with the optimal funding decisions that lead to the minimum funding cost of the transaction. We also provide numerical experiments for FVA calculation and optimization problem.
free text keywords: Quantitative Finance - Risk Management, Quantitative Finance - Mathematical Finance
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