Debate and controversy mark Op Risk 2003 events


Delegates at the fifth annual Operational Risk and Risk magazine operational risk conferences in London and New York this March were treated to what one speaker described as a "smorgasboard" of discussions on the subject. Attendees could choose from topics ranging from mathematical techniques for overcoming a lack of operational loss data to internal audit and risk control as part of the operational risk management process.

Operational Risk takes a look at some of the highlights.


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