Operational Risk & Regulation - Volume 11/Issue 3
Articles in this issue
StanChart's Cherriman harnesses people power
Andrew Cherriman, head of operational risk management for wholesale banking at Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore, says his ability to rely on expert staff is the key to operating a sound risk management system across the bank’s many jurisdictions.
Remuneration: it's payback time
Disgruntled taxpayers and their political representatives are set on revenge, making bankers pay for their mistakes through compensation taxes and restrictions. But a more constructive approach will be needed to sustainably reform such a complex and…
The EBRD pioneers in risk
The EBRD’s mission is to bring governance and funds to eastern Europe, and the way op risk figures in its strategy is different to any commercial bank. But it is no less challenging, say Mike Williams, the EBRD’s head of risk and compliance, and Julie…
EU reform: the devil’s in the detail
It’s all very well to make grand statements about the need for a new financial supervision framework in Europe, but can the EU work out the practicalities of reform?
Setting risk appetite: know what you want
OpRisk examines the practical application of the concepts of risk appetite, the risk ceiling and the risk profile, taking a broad look at who should decide risk appetite, how it should be articulated, in what context (and to what extent) and what the…
Sponsored statement: Meeting the Solvency II operational risk challenge
Three industry experts spoke at an exclusive Operational Risk & Regulation webinar on operational risk and Solvency II and the challenges facing insurance firms today