Capital Requirement under the Three Approaches for a Credit Institution in Romania
The phenomenon of current financial market globalization is accompanied by increasing manifestation of the risks related to operations in the financial market. Therefore it can be considered that capital adequacy to operational risk is a current research topic whose purpose is to valuate its practical application. Basel provisions call for complex solutions through the development and use of advanced models by imposing capital adequacy requirements. From the moment the international financial crisis appeared, more and more obvious risks were recorded by credit institutions. These are the type of operational risk incident causing significant losses.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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