Why be standardised?


It seems such a short time ago that we were building a new capital Accord, which would incentivise banks to improve their risk management and encourage them to move along the spectrum of the new Accord’s three stages. How rapidly things can change.

It was always accepted that the standardised approach (STA) in operational risk was not especially -- or at all -- risk sensitive. It was, though, a refinement of the basic indicator approach (BIA) and an aspiration and step on the way to the advanced

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