Operational Risk & Regulation - Vol 8 No 10

Time to shine

In the wake of the subprime crisis and resulting global credit crunch, operational risk practitioners must seize the opportunity to prove the value of their discipline, says Ellen Davis

A calculated approach

Operational risk economic capital calculation is high on the agenda - at last. So who is using it, and why? A new OR&C Intelligence survey investigates

What's happening at JP Morgan Chase?

Recently, many have come forward to ask me what is going on within JP Morgan Chase's risk management division. Over the past year, a number of people have left the operational risk team, both at the corporate and business unit levels. Risk executives in…

Sox comes to Asia

As Japan's version of Sarbanes-Oxley heads towards implementation, other Asia-Pacific countries are also introducing their own versions of the US legislation. But, learning from US Sox mistakes, they are tailoring their reforms to their political and…

Does Basel II add up?

Are there inconsistencies in the standardised and advanced measurement approaches of the Basel II regulatory framework? Andreas Jobst considers the evidence

Cross-border confusion

Despite demand from investors for retail structured products, international growth is being hindered by regulatory anomalies. Peter Green and Jeremy Jennings-Mares explain

The online frontier

2007 has been a year of online activism and banks have paid the price. Is there an emerging reputational risk threat posed by bloggers and discussion forums? Peter Madigan investigates

The bigger picture

In 2003, rating agencies considered operational risk as a separate risk category, but quantification problems have prompted them to take an integrated, enterprise risk management approach.

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