ING’s non-financial risk head Hans Grisel discusses AMA, Fatca and the cyber threat

The long haul to AMA

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Hans Grisel, ING

When the Basel II capital adequacy rules were published in 2004, they brought operational risk to the forefront of banks’ attention. The accord indicated quite clearly that if banks wanted to get their operational risk right, their frameworks must be structured in one of three ways, with the advanced measurement approach (AMA) being seen as the gold standard of those three.

But uptake of the AMA has differed from country to country. German banks were mandated by their regulator, BaFin, to take up

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