• RM-2.1 RM-2.1 General Requirements

    • RM-2.1.1

      Credit risk is the likelihood that a counterparty of the licensee will not meet its obligations in accordance with the agreed terms. The magnitude of the specific credit risk depends on the likelihood of default by the counterparty, and on the potential value of the licensees' contracts with the customer at the time of default. Credit risk largely arises in assets shown on the balance sheet, but it can also show up off the balance sheet in a variety of contingent obligations.

      July 2014

    • RM-2.1.2

      Exposure to credit risk, notably in the form of traditional and Shari'a compliant financing has historically been the most frequent source of risk.

      July 2014

    • RM-2.1.3

      The lack of continuous credit facility supervision and effective internal controls, and/or the failure to identify the application of effective controls and fraud are also sources of risk.

      July 2014