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By Gunter Loeffler, Peter N. Posch

ISBN-10: 0470031573

ISBN-13: 9780470031575

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A good choice for the initial asset value in cell B9 is the market value of equity plus the book value of liabilities. 12). 13) is useful, examine when the assumption d1 = 1 holds. Through the properties of the normal distribution, d1 lies between 0 and 1. For large d1 , d1 approaches unity. 3), we see that they have the same structure, and differ only in the drift rate and the sign of the variance in the numerator. Thus, a large d1 goes along with a high distance to default, and a low default probability.

5 years. Within our framework, it is not obvious how to convert it to an annual default probability, as the model does not allow interim defaults. To get some indication, we can derive an annual default probability under the assumption that default probabilities are constant across time. a.

One way is to examine the relationships between default rates and explanatory variables separately for each variable. Now, how can we visualize these relationships? We can classify the variables into ranges, and then examine the average default rate within a single range. Ranges could be defined by splitting the domain of a variable into parts of equal length. With this procedure, we are likely to get a very uneven distribution of observations across ranges, which could impair the analysis. A better classification would be to define the ranges such that they contain an equal number of observations.

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Credit Risk Modeling using Excel and VBA (The Wiley Finance Series) by Gunter Loeffler, Peter N. Posch

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