Key risk indicators (kris)
Regulators are making it clear that operational risk must be taken into account in business decisions – and institutions facing this challenge have recognised the help they have received from KPMG
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Operational Risk & Regulation convened a panel, sponsored by MetricStream, to discuss methods of incorporating an operational risk framework within decision-making processes and real-time risk awareness, as well as the effective use of loss data and the...
Developing key risk indicators, or KRIs, is a prerequisite for effective risk management. Ariane Chapelle of the University of Brussels highlights four risk drivers that can form a basis for a suite of KRIs: failed key performance indicators, failed controls,...
Models that use factors such as key risk indicators, or KRIs, for inputs align the op risk function with credit risk and market risk - and may increase the effectiveness of operational risk within an organisation. Marcelo Cruz looks at key factors in...
Operational risk managers need to be more proactive in confronting the trading floor, conference hears
Discussion at Operational Risk & Regulation’s New York conference focused on limitations of operational risk management, particularly the risks associated with models, data and calculations
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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