Banks Get Jitters On Op Risk Capital Charges


LONDON--Bank practitioners have real worries about what they are calling the operational risk 'regulatory dilemma,' it emerged at an operational risk conference in London two weeks ago.

On the one hand, banks want to convince the supervisory bodies that they are taking operational risk seriously and are devising ways to measure and reduce operational risks. On the other hand, they recognize that new measurement methodologies will inevitably give the regulators a tool with which to justify

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