I usually don't really struggle with prepositions, but there is one instance where I am not sure whether to use "of" or "for".
Take this sentence as an example:
The results for/of both perspectives are rather similar.
I feel like "for" is more appropriate, but I am not sure why. Would be great if a native speaker could opine.
To provide a bit more context:
In the ICAAP, which is a regulatory requirement for banks, (see here if you want to know more)
there are two different perspectives/views (Normative and Economic), i.e. two different ways to compute "the numbers". Hence, I usually need to mention whether I am talking about the results for/of the Normative View or the Economic View to make clear what I am talking about.