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Operational Risk Under Basel II: A Model for Extreme Risk Evaluation
Company: Banking & Financial Services Policy Report
Year Of Publication: 2008
Month Of Publication: October
Pages: 10-17
Download Count: 26
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Language: English
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Date: 8-15-2010
Publisher: Administrator
“Banking compliance in world historical perspective”
perhaps sounds overly ambitious. Bankers are not used to thinking of themselves as at the forefront of historical movements or major
conceptual developments. But the Basel II compliance regime is a leading example of the international special-purpose regimes that are gradually taking on the role of world government, and its methods mark an important advance in the handling of risk. In particular, its approach to operational risk is a sound model for the evaluation of extreme risks, an essential but inherently difficult task in areas as diverse as biosecurity and anti-terrorism.
(volume 27, number 1
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