ORX studies op risk scenario best practice

The prediction process

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In the wake of a string of unexpected and extreme events – think of the global financial crisis, the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and the Japan earthquake and ensuing tsunami – top banks across the globe have focused on how best to identify and safeguard against extreme but plausible risk scenarios.

Over the past few years, these banks have been developing a proactive process, grounded in scenario analysis, to help them better

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