Op Risk Benchmarking: Inside the G-Sibs

New initiative scrutinises op risk measurement and management practices at the world’s largest banks

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“I often reflect on the fact that RiskMetrics was released in 1992,” says the head of operational risk at a large European bank, referring to the analytics suite JP Morgan published in an attempt to create a standard for market risk. “Thirty years later, despite some good advances in the way we think about operational risk, we still don’t have anything approaching that.”

Op Risk Benchmarking doesn’t aspire to that kind of status. What it does seek to provide are answers to an array of questions

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