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These can then be used as the foundation for a scenario based approach to estimating unexpected, or worst case losses, that may result from these events. In practice, this is achieved by asking the business teams and units to develop worst case scores and losses that could result for each of the risks that they own. These unexpected losses are then aggregated to provide an estimate of the amount of capital that is required by the firm to cover its operational risk external event losses. In performing the aggregation, judgmental estimates of the correlations between the risk events may be needed to reflect the diversification benefits present amongst the risk events.
Each will have executive management responsibility for the risks that they own. Risk capital This is the level at which the firm self assesses the amount of capital that it requires to cover the risks that it is running. 5. RISK GOVERNANCE 27 Enterprise wide risk This is the unit, or area, that takes a holistic view of risk across the firm. At this level, risk reports will be gathered from their respective risk and finance silos and aggregated for reporting up to the board. In particular, Pillar 2 risks such as business cycle risks, which cut across risk committees, will tend to be managed at this level.
Many banks and building societies offer this product, and take all of its associated risks onto their balance sheets, without feeling the need to hold a life insurance license! 1 for a description of a lifetime mortgage product. 14 ECONOMIC CAPITAL AND FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT However, at least traditionally, specific types of risk have tended to be collected by only certain types of firm. 2 Where? Once the risks described above have been collected, financial services firms have essentially three choices of what to do with the risks as follows: 1.