BANK 4.3.1 Guidance
1 Credit risk assessment under this Part is different from the evaluation (often called credit assessment) made by a firm as part of its credit approval process.
2 Credit assessment is part of the firm's internal commercial decision-making for approving or refusing credit; it consists of the evaluation of a prospective counterparty's repayment ability. In contrast, credit risk assessment is done by the firm (using ratings and risk-weights set out in these rules) as part of calculating its credit risk capital requirement.
|Amended by QFCRA RM/2015-3 (as from 1st January 2016).|