By Xu B.G.
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The basic plan was to form a capitalization-weighted stock market fund. The whole bank went up in arms. The security analyst division was aghast. They said, ‘You mean you want to buy all the dogs along with the good stocks? ’” After two years of in-fighting, the team was encouraged to resign. “The bank just couldn’t comprehend the idea, because nobody else was doing this,” Vasicek says. Vasicek headed east to take a teaching job at the University of Rochester. After two upstate New York winters, he went back to California, this time as a visiting professor at the University of California at Berkeley.
With McQuown and Steve Kealhofer, a former Berkeley professor who had also worked at DCF. The new firm beefed up its credit capabilities. In addition to portfolio risk management systems, KMV offers explicit default probabilities from one year to five years for 20,000 companies worldwide. Whereas most portfolio managers used agency ratings to gauge expected losses, KMV offered a quantitative measure—which, among other things, also helped banks price loans and make lending decisions. While Vasicek’s pioneering use of quantitative methods in credit analysis would prove instrumental to the credit derivatives boom of the 1990s, demand for KMV’s services was nonexistent in the beginning.
We take it for granted. ” The theoretical underpinning for the model went back to Black and Scholes, who argued in the 1970s that the stock of a firm is simply a call on the firm’s assets. When Vasicek tried to apply that thinking to credit, he was met with tremendous resistance. “Prospective clients said you value credit by knowing the corporate customer, working with him, analyzing, going to visit, having him visit you, studying the financial statements. It was a completely nonanalytical approach, based on the relationship with the client and on experience.