Corporate Governance Survey 2003, Part 1 >> Op risk disclosure: a long road ahead

Disclosure of how an organisation measures and manages its operational risk certainly has a long way to go. Most annual reports devote pages and pages to credit risk, and often a near-equal amount of space to market risk. But operational risk receives only a paragraph or two, or at most, a couple of pages.

However, op risk disclosure is an area set to evolve over the next 12-18 months. Firms already have additional risk reporting requirements as mandated by the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (this

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