X-Value Adjustment

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Bank regulation


An X-Value Adjustment (XVA) is a generic term referring collectively to a number of different valuation adjustments in relation to derivative instruments held by banks.

One example is the Credit Valuation Adjustment (CVA), under Basel III.

See also