Operational risk survey shows risks higher at large banks


The continued dramatic growth of Chinese bank balance sheets may be worrying regulators and lenders, but there's no reason to suppose their growth will outstrip their ability to manage operational risk, suggests this year's Operational Risk & Regulation top 100 banks survey.

Research by Operational Risk & Regulation found a significant relationship between a bank's size and its tendency to suffer operational risk losses. Of course, larger banks would be expected to suffer more losses in absolute

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