The Key to Evaluating Tools For Beta Implementation: A Distinction Between Static and Dynamic Exposure
Implementation of beta exposure can take many forms. The decision of how beta is implemented is driven by several factors, but is largely dependent on the purpose and nature of the desired exposure. Quantitative measures such as costs are important variables involved in this evaluation, but equally important are qualitative measures such as operational impact. Ultimately, these factors will depend on the scope of implementation, and more specifically, the distinction between static and dynamic beta.