Global banking supervisors are finding operational risk a tough nut to crack in their controversial efforts to bring it firmly within the remit of bank capital-adequacy rules. Bankers await the supervisors’ further thoughts, expected in the middle of this year, on plans to make major banks set aside capital for the first time to guard against the risk of loss from operational hazards such as fraud, computer system failure, trade settlement errors and catastrophes like the September 11 attack
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