Banking ratio, usually defined as – probability of default per customer risk class – times loss rate per transaction type and – times loan amount, to get from percentages to monetary units. – Banks usually divide risks internally into three classes (low, medium, high) and again distinguish different subclasses in each class. – See contingent loss, risk weighting.
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