Broadening the scope of operational risk

Editor's blog

It struck me while listening to industry and supervisors discuss the Committee of European Banking Supervisors' new supplementary guidelines on implementation issues of operational risk that the new market environment has thrown the very definition of what constitutes an operational risk back into question. Ten years after a definition was confirmed, the financial crisis has led to blurring of the boundaries between risk types and a renewed awareness of the interdependencies of risks, which

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