Counterparty risk

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1. Derivatives contracts.

When a contract is in the money, the risk that the other party to the contract fails for any reason, for example bankruptcy.


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More generally, the risk to each party to a contract that the counterparty will not meet its contractual obligations, whether they are unable, or simply unwilling, to do so.


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