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LGD Modelling - Comparison of models

Sukriye Tuysuz () and Emre Unal

No 10500, EcoMod2017 from EcoMod

Abstract: Since Basel 2, financial institution can determine the capital required for credit risk by using advanced internal models; which requires the determination of Loss Given Default (LGD). LGD is also an important element in assets pricing. Observed LGDs present an asymmetric and bimodal distribution. Several models have been proposed formalizing these features. Most used models are presented and used in this article to determine the dynamic of retail's loans provided online. The retained models are: Censored Least Square Method, Censored Linear Regression (Tobit) Model, Censored Linear Regression Three-Tiered Tobit Model, İnflated Beta Regression Model, Beta Linear Regression Model and Censored Gamma Linear Regression Model. These models are used to determine directly the dynamic of LGD, but also to model the dynamic of losses and then deduce the LGD. Censored Least Square Method, Censored Linear Regression (Tobit) Model, Censored Linear Regression Three-Tiered Tobit Model, İnflated Beta Regression Model, Beta Linear Regression Model and Censored Gamma Linear Regression Model. These models are used to determine directly the dynamic of LGD, but also to model the dynamic of losses and then deduce the LGD. Adjusted and Inflated models should provide better estimate of LGD.

Keywords: US; Finance; Modeling: new developments (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017-07-04
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