Unexpected Loss definition

Unexpected Loss. ' means the capital requirement (see BCBS document An Explanatory Note on the Basel II IRB Risk Weight Function) multiplied by EAD.
Unexpected Loss means the Tax-Effected sum of the amounts, if any, by which each Charge-Off attributable to a loan in the Loan Pool exceeds the Expected Loss for such loan, reduced by the Tax-Effected sum of the amounts, if any, of each Recovery attributable to a loan in the Loan Pool.

Examples of Unexpected Loss in a sentence

  • To control credit risk at EDPR, thresholds of Expected Loss and Unexpected Loss are established at company level as defined under Basel Standards and re-evaluated monthly.

  • This quantity is approximated as the sum of (a) the portfolio's expected credit losses attributable to defaults occurring over the next year ( EL ), and (b) the portfolio's Unexpected Loss at the q-percent confidence level (ULq ).

  • Credit risk measurement componentsThe credit risk exposure to a debtor can be divided into two components – the Expected Loss (EL), which should be covered by calculated risk costs, and the Unexpected Loss (UL), which is compensated by equity capital.

  • Credit risk economic capital is then allocated to individual counterparty exposures based on their relative risk contribution to Unexpected Loss (UL).

  • Source: BCBS (2005i) Figure 4: Expected Loss and Unexpected Loss Bank capital has a role of providing buffer to protect debt holders of the bank against extreme losses that might exceed expected levels.

  • Permanence / Risk of Unexpected Loss of Access: In some cases, DRM may create risks that a user’s access to content unexpectedly could be interrupted or lost.

  • Specifically, the Central Bank will review, within the context of (i) residential mortgages calculated under the IRB approach, and (ii) the guidelines for provisioning described in the above section, the application of:• Expected Loss (EL) for performing exposures; • Unexpected Loss (UL) for performing exposures; • Best Estimate of Expected Loss (BEEL) for non-performing exposures; and, • The application and interaction between provisions and EL in the calculation of core capital.

  • Da die Verlusthöhe hohen Schwankungen unterliegt, stellt der unerwartete Verlust (engl.: Unexpected Loss – UL) das eigentliche Risiko dar.

  • Figure 3: Expected and Unexpected Loss (Stephanou & Mendoza, 2005)As we can see from Figure 3 the EL (expected loss) ratio represents the mean of the credit losses and thus it refers to the quality of the whole loan portfolio.

  • One bank also mentioned that they identify concentration risk as the Unexpected Loss (UL) from large single / group exposures.

Related to Unexpected Loss

  • Allocated Loss Adjustment Expenses or “ALAE” means all court costs and court expenses; pre- and post-judgement interest; fees for service of process; attorneys’ fees; cost of undercover operative and detective services, costs of employing experts; costs for legal transcripts; costs for copies of any public records; costs of depositions and court-reported or recorded statements; costs and expenses of subrogation; and any similar fee, cost or expense reasonably chargeable to the investigation, negotiation, settlement or defense of a loss or a claim or suit against you, or to the protection and perfection of your or our subrogation rights.

  • Simulated Loss means the excess of the Carrying Value of an oil or gas property over the amount realized from the sale or other disposition of such property.

  • Covered Loss or “Covered Losses” means an accidental death, dismemberment, or other Injury covered under the Policy.

  • Allocated Realized Loss Amount With respect to any Distribution Date and any Class of Mezzanine Certificates, the sum of (i) any Realized Losses allocated to such Class of Certificates on such Distribution Date and (ii) the amount of any Allocated Realized Loss Amount for such Class of Certificates remaining unpaid from the previous Distribution Date.

  • Unrealized Loss attributable to any item of Partnership property means, as of any date of determination, the excess, if any, of (a) the Carrying Value of such property as of such date (prior to any adjustment to be made pursuant to Section 5.5(d) as of such date) over (b) the fair market value of such property as of such date (as determined under Section 5.5(d)).

  • Tax-Related Losses means (i) all U.S. federal, state and local Taxes payable pursuant to any Final Determination or otherwise; (ii) all professional fees, and court costs incurred in connection with such Taxes; and (iii) all costs, expenses and damages associated with stockholder litigation or controversies, including but not limited to, any amount paid by EWS, any EWS Affiliate, SNI, or any SNI Affiliate, as the case may be, in respect of the liability of shareholders, whether paid to shareholders, the IRS, any other Taxing authority, or any other person or entity, in each case, arising from the Distribution and related transactions failing to have Tax-Free Status in any manner.

  • Special Hazard Loss Amount As of any Distribution Date, an amount equal to $2,222,975.76 minus the sum of (i) the aggregate amount of Special Hazard Losses allocated solely to the Class B Certificates in accordance with Section 4.02(a) and (ii) the Special Hazard Adjustment Amount (as defined below) as most recently calculated. For each anniversary of the Cut-Off Date, the Special Hazard Adjustment Amount shall be calculated and shall be equal to the amount, if any, by which the amount calculated in accordance with the preceding sentence (without giving effect to the deduction of the Special Hazard Adjustment Amount for such anniversary) exceeds the greater of (A) the product of the Special Hazard Percentage for such anniversary multiplied by the outstanding principal balance of all the Mortgage Loans on the Distribution Date immediately preceding such anniversary, (B) twice the outstanding principal balance of the Mortgage Loan in the Trust Estate which has the largest outstanding principal balance on the Distribution Date immediately preceding such anniversary and (C) that which is necessary to maintain the original ratings on the Certificates as evidenced by letters to that effect delivered by Rating Agencies to the Master Servicer and the Trustee. On and or after the Cross-Over Date, the Special Hazard Loss Amount shall be zero.

  • Special Hazard Loss Any Realized Loss suffered by a Mortgaged Property on account of direct physical loss, but not including (i) any loss of a type covered by a hazard insurance policy or a flood insurance policy required to be maintained with respect to such Mortgaged Property pursuant to Section 3.10 to the extent of the amount of such loss covered thereby, or (ii) any loss caused by or resulting from:

  • Special Hazard Loss Coverage Amount With respect to the first Distribution Date, $5,000,000. With respect to any Distribution Date after the first Distribution Date, the lesser of (a) the greatest of (i) 1% of the aggregate of the principal balances of the Mortgage Loans, (ii) twice the principal balance of the largest Mortgage Loan and (iii) the aggregate of the principal balances of all Mortgage Loans secured by Mortgaged Properties located in the single California postal zip code area having the highest aggregate principal balance of any such zip code area and (b) the Special Hazard Loss Coverage Amount as of the Closing Date less the amount, if any, of Special Hazard Losses allocated to the Certificates since the Closing Date. All principal balances for the purpose of this definition will be calculated as of the first day of the calendar month preceding the month of such Distribution Date after giving effect to Scheduled Payments on the Mortgage Loans then due, whether or not paid.

  • Excess Special Hazard Loss Any Special Hazard Loss, or portion thereof, that exceeds the then applicable Special Hazard Amount.

  • Excess Loss The amount of any (i) Fraud Loss realized after the Fraud Loss Coverage Termination Date, (ii) Special Hazard Loss realized after the Special Hazard Coverage Termination Date or (iii) Bankruptcy Loss realized after the Bankruptcy Coverage Termination Date.

  • Fraud Loss A Realized Loss (or portion thereof) with respect to a Mortgage Loan arising from any action, event or state of facts with respect to such Mortgage Loan which, because it involved or arose out of any dishonest, fraudulent, criminal, negligent or knowingly wrongful act, error or omission by the Mortgagor, originator (or assignee thereof) of such Mortgage Loan, Lender, a Servicer or the Master Servicer, would result in an exclusion from, denial of, or defense to coverage which otherwise would be provided by a Primary Insurance Policy previously issued with respect to such Mortgage Loan.

  • Data Loss Event means any event that results, or may result, in unauthorised access to Personal Data held by the Contractor under this Agreement, and/or actual or potential loss and/or destruction of Personal Data in breach of this Agreement, including any Personal Data Breach.

  • Affected Gain has the meaning set forth in subparagraph 4(b) of Exhibit B.

  • Covered Losses has the meaning set forth in Section 9.2(b).

  • Economic loss means economic detriment consisting only of allowable expense, work loss, funeral expense, unemployment benefits loss, replacement services loss, cost of crime scene cleanup, and cost of evidence replacement. If criminally injurious conduct causes death, economic loss includes a dependent's economic loss and a dependent's replacement services loss. Noneconomic detriment is not economic loss; however, economic loss may be caused by pain and suffering or physical impairment.

  • SF1-4 Intrinsic Loss Estimate means total losses under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement in the amount of eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000.00).

  • Final Shared-Loss Month means the calendar month in which the tenth anniversary of the Commencement Date occurs.

  • Unrealized losses means the fair market value of the cost to such Person of replacing such Rate Management Transaction as of the date of determination (assuming the Rate Management Transaction were to be terminated as of that date), and “unrealized profits” means the fair market value of the gain to such Person of replacing such Rate Management Transaction as of the date of determination (assuming such Rate Management Transaction were to be terminated as of that date).

  • Shared-Loss Month means each calendar month between the Commencement Date and the last day of the month in which the tenth anniversary of the Commencement Date occurs, provided that, the first Shared-Loss Month shall begin on the Commencement Date and end on the last day of that month.

  • Packet Loss means the unintentional discarding of data packets in a network when a device (e.g., switch, router, etc.) is overloaded and cannot accept any incoming data. Packet Loss is calculated as aggregate average monthly metric measured by WAVE across the WAVE Backbone Network between a sample of WAVE POPs. Local access loops are not included. Periods of Excused Outage are not included in Packet Loss metrics.

  • Excess Fraud Loss Any Fraud Loss, or portion thereof, which exceeds the then applicable Fraud Loss Amount.

  • Intrinsic Loss Estimate means total losses under the shared loss agreements in the amount of twenty nine million dollars ($ 29,000,000.00).

  • Tax Detriment means an increase in the Tax liability (or reduction in refund or credit or any item of deduction or expense) of a Taxpayer for any taxable period. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a Tax Detriment shall be deemed to have been realized or incurred from a Tax Item in a taxable period only if and to the extent that the Tax liability of the Taxpayer for such period, after taking into account the effect of the Tax Item on the Tax liability of such Taxpayer in the current period and all prior periods, is more than it would have been had such Tax liability been determined without regard to such Tax Item.

  • Catastrophic Event means an unforeseen event of a biotic or abiotic nature caused by human action that leads to important disturbances in agricultural production systems or forest structures, eventually causing important economic damage to the farming or forestry sectors;

  • Ultimate Net Loss as used herein is defined as the sum or sums (including loss in excess of policy limits, extra contractual obligations and loss adjustment expense, as hereinafter defined) paid or payable by the Company in settlement of claims and in satisfaction of judgments rendered on account of such claims, after deduction of all salvage, all recoveries and all claims on inuring insurance or reinsurance, whether collectible or not. Nothing herein shall be construed to mean that losses under this Contract are not recoverable until the Company's ultimate net loss has been ascertained.