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- The Near‐Miss Management of Operational Risk
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Springer Professional. Back to the search result list. Table of Contents. Hint Swipe to navigate through the chapters of this book Close hint. Abstract Banks must establish an independent Operational Risk Management function aimed at defining policies, procedures and methodologies for identifying, measuring, monitoring and controlling operational risks.
The Near‐Miss Management of Operational Risk
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Cope and G. Cope , G. Antonini Published Under the Advanced Measurement Approach of the Basel II Accord, banks are required to measure their total annual operational risk exposures at the
2. Operational Risk Management: Regulatory Framework and Operational Impact
September 2, Abstract Under the Advanced Measurement Approach of the Basel II Accord, banks are required to measure their total annual operational risk exposures at the We examine the possibility of meeting this measurement standard given the amount of operational loss data that is currently available from either internal or external sources. We also survey some difficulties that arise in applying the Loss Distribution Approach to computing operational risk exposures, as well as in validating the capital models. Finding many of these problems insurmountable, we suggest some changes to the regulatory framework that would circumvent these difficulties. With the publication of the Basel II Accord in June , operational risk assumed a position of similar importance alongside market and credit risk in the regulation of the banking industry. One of the three pillars of the Basel II framework is that banks set aside enough regulatory capital to self-insure against rare but severe operational losses. Three approaches to determining regulatory capital were set out; two of which follow simple formulas based on gross income, but the third allows qualifying banks to measure risks based instead on an internally developed empirical model.
While financial globalization has fostered higher systemic resilience due to more efficient financial intermediation and greater asset price competition, it has also complicated banking regulation and risk management in banking groups. Given the increasing sophistication of financial products, the diversity of financial institutions, and the growing interdependence of financial systems, globalization increases the potential for markets and business cycles to become highly correlated in times of stress and makes crisis resolution become more intricate while banks are still lead-regulated at a national level. At the same time, the deregulation of financial markets, the growing complexity in the banking industry, large-scale mergers and acquisitions, as well as greater use of outsourcing arrangements have raised the susceptibility of banking activities to operational risk. Operational risk has a greater potential to transpire in more harmful ways than many other sources of risk, given the increased size and complexity of the banking industry. It is commonly defined as the risk of some adverse outcome resulting from acts undertaken or neglected in carrying out business activities, inadequate or failed internal processes and information systems, misconduct by people or from external events and shocks. Especially technological advances have spurred rapid financial innovation and the proliferation of financial products, which involve several business lines and entail greater reliance of banks on services and systems susceptible to heightened operational risk, such as e-banking and automated processing. Against this background, concerns about the soundness of traditional operational risk management ORM practices and techniques, and limited capacity of regulators to address these challenges within the scope of existing regulatory provisions, have prompted the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision to introduce capital adequacy guidelines of operational risk in its recent overhaul of the existing capital rules for internationally active banks.
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Over recent decades, banks and bank regulators have devoted substantial resources to managing market risk and credit risk. More recently industry and regulatory focus has shifted to the mitigation of operational risk.
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