Market Risk in the Banking Book

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Bank supervision - capital adequacy.

(MRBB).

Market Risk in the Banking Book is the risk associated with a change in market rates and prices, and affecting a bank's banking book, as opposed to its trading book.


Market Risk in the Banking Book can include:

  • Interest rate risk
  • Foreign exchange risk
  • Equity risk
  • Commodity risk


See also