gross negative fair value (GNFV)

Definition

A term that refers to the total value of derivatives payables contracts (i.e. when a financial institution holds derivatives contracts that have negative value). Used by counterparties to the contracts to assess the maximum potential for losses incurred if a financial institution defaults. Opposite of gross positive fair value.
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