The headaches of op risk integration

The banking industry, spurred by Basel II, is acquiring systems to cope with the host of disparate issues that fall under the rubric of ‘operational risk’. But how do you stitch these piecemeal solutions together? Clive Davidson reports


Banks and third-party software suppliers have been working hard to develop a range of tools to deal with different aspects of operational risk. But to provide consistent and meaningful results on which to base an effective risk management process, as well as for regulatory capital calculations, particularly in the light of Basel II, the individual tools must be integrated. While many banks and systems vendors have made strides in developing individual tools, few have managed to

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