Japanese Banks Get To Grips With Quant Issues


With the encouragement of the Bank of Japan (BoJ), leading Japanese banks are putting their weight behind a statistical, "bottom-up" approach to measuring operational risks. They are also developing loss databases and putting risk management systems in place to ensure that operational risks are fully accounted for.

In a recently published paper, BoJ officials say there has been good progress in the statistical measurement of operational risks at leading Japanese banks since the Basle Committee

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