Securities Inc . JPMorgan New York Risk Management Research Cynthia McNulty

@inproceedings{Morgan2000SecuritiesI,
  title={Securities Inc . JPMorgan New York Risk Management Research Cynthia McNulty},
  author={James Plunkett Morgan and Cynthia McNulty and M A Cynthia and Ron L. Levin},
  year={2000}
}
Credit models are increasingly interested in not just the probability of default, but in what happens to a credit on its way to default. Attention is being focused on the probability of moving from one credit level, or rating, to another. One convenient way of expressing this information is through a transition matrix. The primary source for these probabilities has been the rating agencies. As an example, Figure 1 contains the historical frequency of annual transitions based on S&P observations… CONTINUE READING