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In cross-country comparisons, efforts toward data comparability and uniform analytical methods will aid an objective analysis. Moreover, a high degree of commonality in the credit-scoring systems for both domestic and international assets is preferred. A consistent conceptual framework and clear set of guidelines are needed to assess the risks and guide asset exposure and pricing decisions associated with international lending and the management of a bank’s cross-border portfolio. NOTES 1 2 3 4 5 See Bitterman (1973) and Dil (1987) for an historical record of sovereign defaults.

The latter component is, in turn, comprised of both common factors and countryspecific risk. Systematic risk refers to the asset’s vulnerability to market risk. In the strict capital-asset-pricing model (CAPM) interpretation, it is the relationship in which the asset’s return moves with that of the market’s average return (‘beta’), where the market here means the weighted average returns on all international bank assets. Systematic risk is influenced by the periodicity in the business cycle and fluctuations in the financial markets, including both supply, demand and price shocks.

Managing the risks of international lending 23 The identification and assessment of quantifiable or judgmental asset attributes allow the analyst to estimate the riskiness of a particular counterparty, industry, product or country. By aggregating these incremental risk factors, the ‘total’ risk profile of any particular exposure can be determined. An international portfolio should be managed so that risk and exposure are stratified not only across countries but also within countries. As sovereign risk increases, the average size of the country limit should decline, just as the average tenor should shorten, the acceptable list of products decline and the sectoral mix narrow.

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