CVA - Economics

Economics

  • Collateral Valuation Adjustment, a concept in debt restructuring
  • Credit Value Adjustment, a credit component of FAS 157 Fair Valuation
  • Credit Valuation Adjustment, the market value of counterparty credit risk
  • Certified Valuation Analyst, a specialist in business valuation standards certified by the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts(NACVA) and The International Association of Consultants, Valuators and Analysts(IACVA)
  • Company voluntary arrangement, for companies in insolvency

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