Capital charges not enough to protect banks against op risk, says Moody’s

LONDON -- Protective capital is an incomplete line of defence against operational risk and effective op risk measurement and management should amount to more than just a capital allocation exercise enforced by regulators, a leading credit rating agency said in June.

Encouragingly, some banks -- but not all -- are broadening their approach beyond the framework proposed by global banking regulators in their Basel II bank accord and are addressing the true challenges of operational risk for their

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