I've never worked bonds, so I am not sure about the context there. However, in the general Basel construct, the CCF is the fraction of off-balance sheet exposures which should be treated as on-balance sheet for regulatory capital purposes.
For example, if I have USD100B in contingent exposures to retail customers (based on credit lines that have not yet been tapped) and statistical analysis shows that 30% of those contingent exposures move to the balance sheet prior to default, then the CCF is 30% and the firm should allocate additional capital equal to having an extra USD30B on their balance sheets.
You divide by the conversion factor.You divide by the conversion factor.You divide by the conversion factor.You divide by the conversion factor.
The conversion factor is 0.1
The conversion factor is: 29.574
There can be no conversion factor for a single number.
The conversion factor is 0.91
The conversion factor for pounds to kg is: 0.454
A conversion factor is a ratio equivalent to one.
It can be used as a conversion factor.
The conversion factor is used to made this conversion.
Not necessarily. The conversion factor from feet to inches is 12.
A conversion factor is a numerical factor describing the proportionality between two units. For example 0.45359237 is the conversion factor from pounds to kilograms. That is 0.45359237 kg/lb. If the conversion factor kg/lb is multiplied with 4 lb, you get the same mass value in kg.
The conversion factor is 0.01786
"I had to use a conversion factor to get the right unit for my answer on my chemistry quiz."
The conversion factor for converting from Hg to millibars (hPa) is: 33.9
The conversion factor is: 1,609.344 > (miles x 1,609.344 = meters).
Conversion factor is in the air tonight hoped it helped :)
The conversion factor is 1.46667
One thing that a conversion factor does is changes the numerical amount (value) of the measurement. The second thing a conversion factor does is changes the way measurement is expressed (units).
An empirical conversion factor.
The conversion factor for kilograms to pounds is: 2.2For converting from pounds to kilograms: 0.454
conversion factor from km. to ft. is : 1 km=3280.839 feet
The conversion factor is exactly 2.54. To convert from inches to centimeters, you multiply by that factor.
kl (kiloliter) is the same as cubic meter. In other words, the conversion factor is one.
Because this is the conversion factor for area, not linear distance. A square centimeter has 10 x 10 mm sides, so the conversion factor should be 100.