Op Risk Capital Charges Spark Mixed Response


BASLE, SWITZERLAND -- Like it or hate it -- and some bankers hate it -- major banks will from 2004 be required by global banking regulators to set aside capital against the complex notion of operational risk.

Our special report -- Basle II and Operational Risk -- starts after page 6. A lot of loose ends need to be tied up in a short time.

The report gives the reactions of bankers, regulators, banking industry analysts and IT specialists to the operational risk proposals issued in January by the

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