Banks still nervous about gross income as an op risk indicator

They were commenting on the responses from banks to the working paper on operational risk published in September by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the agency that in effect regulates international banking.

The working paper embodied the Basel regulators’ refinements of their plans to require major banks to set aside reserve capital from 2005 against the risk of loss from the operational hazards of banking under the complex and risk-based Basel II bank capital accord.


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