JP Morgan Chase ponders independent op risk measure


NEW YORK -- US bank JP Morgan Chase is considering a move to treat operational risk as an independent firm-wide performance measurement for the first time, the firm’s head of op risk, Joseph Sabatini, said in late February.

Sabatini said he would soon present a proposal to Morgan Chase’s capital committee to make operational risk distinct from ‘operating risk’, which is currently determined through the use of a standard benchmark derived and aggregated from several peer group banks.

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