German banks plan op loss data consortium

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A number of German public-sector banks will start pooling operational loss data next year, in a bid to create an op risk loss database that could, they say, eventually include banks from other European countries. VÖB-Service, a Bonn subsidiary of the German public-sector banking association, the Bundesverband Öffentlicher Banken Deutschlands (VÖB), is spearheading the project.

Banks want to improve their op risk management ahead of the new international capital Accord on bank capital, Basel II

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