Firms rise to the op risk data management challenge

But op risk requires different kinds of data from market and credit risk - the issues in its gathering and investigation are also different, and require their own methods and tools.

The main types of data required for operational risk management are data on internal losses, risk self-assessments and key risk indicators. The most problematic of these three types is the first. "One of the main difficulties [with internal loss data] arises because a lot of the data is not transaction related so

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