Operational Risk & Regulation - Volume 11/Issue 4

A common language

Goldman Sachs’ operational risk management department has two global co-heads, Spyro Karetsos and Mark D’Arcy, who together are using a ‘Rosetta Stone’ approach to break down operational risk language barriers between business lines.

Road to transition

For a moment it looked as if the post-crisis drive for reform was losing momentum. But the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has established working groups to keep the industry focused, and to propose ways to keep moving forward

A capital suggestion

To prevent another financial crisis, should regulators introduce more of the same – that is, greater capital requirements – or should they take a completely different approach and address corporate culture and behaviour instead?

Making Solvency II stick

Dubbed 'Basel for insurers', operational risk management under the Solvency II regime is still mystifying most in the insurance world. This case study highlights the basic issues to consider.

MAD world

Hedge fund managers might unwittingly be exposing themselves and their firms to compliance risks by failing to fully address the Market Abuse Directive. Should they act now and review internal policies and systems as a key part in abuse detection?

Passage to India

It’s a long way from Basel to Mumbai, and it will be a while before India’s banks have fully implemented the Basel II capital requirements framework. OR&R looks at how far they have come, and the obstacles they must overcome on the path ahead

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