OpRisk North America: risk appetite, supermodels and reform

Northern exposure

Thomas Campanile at Ernst & Young

Rising operational risk losses, setting op risk appetite and bridging the gaps between quant modelling and risk management were just a few of the themes discussed by op risk managers, regulators, consultants and academics at the OpRisk North America conference, hosted by Operational Risk & Regulation magazine, in New York in late March.  

Mitsutoshi Adachi, chair of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s standards implementation subgroup on operational risk, gave the keynote address on the

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