Regulators seek to change operational risk methodology at October meeting

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A sub-group of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision may decide to overhaul the basic indicator and standardised approaches for operational risk at an October 6 meeting in Frankfurt, according to several senior supervisors. The potential change reflects a strong desire by regulators to raise the level of capital held by banks for operational risk, sources say.

The operational risk sub-group of the standards implementation group, part of the Basel Committee, has been considering possible

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