Measures for measures

As the banking industry increases in size and complexity, operational risk has a greater potential to present itself in more harmful ways than many other sources of risk. This article explains the shortcomings of some of the most popular univariate models, and analyses the structural and systemic effects of varying loss profiles and heterogeneous methods of data collection and loss reporting on the reliability of op risk estimates. It also examines the consistency of risk estimates for regulator

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