Op risk models must aid management to be effective, conference hears

Quantifying risks useful, but only when informing decision making

David Suetens
David Suetens, State Street: right balance must be struck

Quantitative forecasts are most useful if they help the management of operational risk, according to contributors at a panel discussion on emerging operational risk practices at the OpRisk Europe conference in London today (June 10).

Discussing the findings of a State Street survey on emerging risks, Michael Sicsic of Aviva, John Joyce of Allianz and David Suetens of State Street reinforced the importance of modelling operational risk to the industry – providing the numbers can influence actual

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