Risk Live: Model risk managers fear they lack the data or skills to properly test expert judgement
Dutch lender latest EU bank to switch to the standardised approach ahead of SMA introduction in 2025
Op Risk Benchmarking: Mistakes mean more data for reporting, models and scenarios. But do banks learn from them?
Op Risk Benchmarking: Smaller lenders fear outages and other IT bungles, as do regulators. So, what are they doing about it?
Less than half of analysed dealers rely on the AMA, as introduction of new standardised approach looms large
From KRIs to four-eye checks, how do op risk frameworks at regional and domestic banks stack up?
Op Risk Benchmarking: more than half of participants are reviewing or switching systems
Applying op risk capital to US regional banks is positive, but the SMA may not be fit for purpose
How to choose the dependence types in operational risk measurement? A method considering strength, sensitivity and simplicity
The authors put forward a method for banks to choose the most appropriate dependence type based on an empirical analysis of the Chinese Operational Loss Database.
With banks coming under pressure to revisit risk models, many are now turning to model operations to bring much-needed improvements to every stage of the risk model lifecycle. A fundamental shift in the way risk models are developed, deployed, monitored…
Geopolitics is a top five fear for G-Sibs, but most banks lack specialist risk staff and classical tools
New initiative scrutinises op risk measurement and management practices at the world’s largest banks
The authors argue that past operational losses inform future losses at banks and that the information provided by past losses results from their capturing factors that are hard to quantify in other tests.
New proposals due on data capture after Fed dumps bid to use DFAST submissions
The biggest op risks for the year ahead, as chosen by senior industry practitioners
Austrian bank hopes switch away from AMA to temper requirements’ sensitivity to legal provisions
Second quarterly rise in a row erases most of the reduction in the first half of 2022
RWAs rise a combined €4.8 billion at the two banks
Changes to required capital for credit risk expected to be main driver behind average reduction
This paper introduces existing and novel epidemiology models and investigates how government responses to the Covid-19 pandemic impacted these models.
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Regulator-devised models have been capturing a bigger chunk of RWAs through the pandemic