Step-in risk guidelines could be taken more seriously in the EU than in the US
The aim of this paper is to assess the effects of the reputation of the members of a group on any single member of the group using the concepts of social influence and convergence in belief.
Network study shows bottom-line impact of bad news elsewhere
The step-in risk concept may need a total overhaul to be fit for purpose as the UK goes its own way
Firms face heat over out-of-the-money natural gas hedge transactions
Magnitude of exposures "very difficult" to size
Mysterious critic calls trader's long-dated contract valuations into question
Losses illustrate scale of reputational exposure
Risk managers urged to focus on group dynamics
Operational incidents do not always give firms a bad name
British bank tried to renege on counterparty trades, sources say
Studies find wide spread of management methods
Patricia Jackson discusses her new book and the different factors that influence an effective risk culture.
Heavy regulatory costs and fragile systems will be problems in 2015
Lawyer advises counter-strike against dirty tricks campaigns
The dangers of complacency, excessive risk and management failures
Sanjay Sharma talks about risk transparency and how his book helps achieve it.
UBS op risk framework head describes struggle with defining op risk appetite
Bank Austria's Helbok describes problems of international image
UK platforms worry about rogue rival services with weak credit controls
JP Morgan's fourth-quarter loss highlights reputational impact of scandals
Dutch bank Rabobank has shaken off its Libor label pretty quickly, leaving it to focus on its co-operative roots, the AMA and its RCSA roll-out. Anne Snel-Simmons, head of operational risk management at Rabobank, talks to OpRisk about the challenges of…