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Raiffeisen Bank International operates across central and eastern Europe – op risk head Nicole Murtinger discusses the cultural challenges this brings her
International definitions of banks' trading book and banking book still woolly, keynote speaker Charles Taylor tells conference
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Basel III is losing traction. Already hit by implementation delays and a loss of support from senior policy-makers, some US politicians are now calling for a national impact study – mirroring developments that saw Basel II grind to a halt. Michael Watt...
Germany’s WestLB was a casualty of the 2008 financial crisis. Four years on, a part of it still survives as the portfolio management firm Portigon. Op risk head Rainer Sprengel tells Jessica Meek about the problems it faced during the transition –...
Portigon – the entity that emerged from the break-up of WestLB – moves away from the AMA for op risk calculation after forced restructure
Old love letters are deeply private. If they are kept at all, it should be in a locked box at the bottom of a locked drawer. The drawer should be part of a desk that stands in the furthest corner of a locked attic. In any event, they should not be published...
The Basel Committee’s review of trading book capital rules aims to reduce banks’ reliance on internal models. It’s part of a new regulatory philosophy on capital modelling – but it could prompt some banks to turn their backs on the discipline...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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