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Inspite of large volumes of Contingent Credit Lines (CCL) in all commercial banks, the paucity of Exposure at Default (EAD) models, unsuitability of external data and inconsistent internal data with partial drawdowns has been a major challenge for risk managers as well as regulators in for managing CCL portfolios. This current paper is an attempt to build an easy to implement, pragmatic and parsimonious yet accurate model to determine the exposure distribution of a CCL portfolio. Each of the credit line in a portfolio is modeled as a portfolio of large number of option instruments which can be exercised by the borrower, determining the level of usage. Using an algorithm similar to basic the CreditRisk+ and Fourier Transforms we arrive at a portfolio level probability distribution of usage. We perform a simulation experiment using data from Moody\'s Default Risk Service, historical drawdown rates estimated from the history of defaulted CCLs and a current rated portfolio of such.
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