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Financial institutions are currently required to meet more stringent capital requirements than they were before the recent financial crisis; in particular, the capital requirement for a large bank's trading book under the Basel 2.5 Accord more than doubles that under the Basel II Accord. The significant increase in capital requirements renders it necessary(More)
We consider a chance-constrained optimization problem (CCOP), where the random variables follow finite discrete distributions. The problem is in general nonconvex and can be reformulated as a mixed-integer program. By exploiting the special structure of the proba-bilistic constraint, we propose an alternating direction method for finding suboptimal(More)
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