The US Federal Reserve’s annual stress tests for large banks may have accomplished what the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision could not: legitimising the field of operational risk modelling.
The committee’s advanced measurement approach (AMA) for operational risk – which is being scrapped in favour of a simpler, standardised approach – allowed banks to use their own models to calculate regulatory capital charges. However, AMA models were often perceived as ‘black boxes’ that failed to
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