9781439895924 Quantitative operational risk models.
What does OpRisk stand for?
OpRisk stands for Operational Risk
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
- Oxygenated Fuels Program Reformulated Gasoline
- Occlusion Pressure Response to Hypercapnia
- Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation (New York)
- Office de Protection contre les Radiations Ionisantes
- Office de Protection contre les Rayonnements Ionisants (French: Office for Protection against Ionizing Radiation)
- Office of Public Road Inquiries (US DOT)
- Oil Palm Research Institute (est. 1964; Ghana)
- Optical Polymer Research, Inc. (Medina, OH)
- Oregon PERS (Public Employees Retirement System) Retirees, Inc. (est. 1991; Oregon)
- Outer Membrane Protein I
- Oblastni Plan Rozvoje Lesu (Czech: Regional Plans of Forest Development; various locations)
- Orient Petroleum Resources Limited (Nigeria)
- On-board Replaceable Module
- Oracle Project Resource Management
- Oriented Probabilistic Relational Model
- Orissa Poverty Reduction Mission (India)
- Oscillation Power Range Monitor (Nuclear Power)
- Overland Park Regional Medical Center (Kansas)
- Ohio Prospect Research Network (American Prospect Research Association chapter)
- Optical Power Receive - Normalized
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According to the Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB), in Islamic banks, operational risk is associated with the loss resulting from 'inadequate, or failed internal processes, people, and system, or from external events, including, losses resulting from Shari'ah noncompliance, and the failure in fiduciary, responsibilities.
95 Hardcover Wiley series in probability and statistics HD61 Panjer (statistics and actuarial science, University of Waterloo, Canada) offers risk analysts a framework for understanding the mathematical models used in the measurement of operational risk in the banking and insurance sectors.
The draft supervisory guidance on the AMA for operational risk sets forth expectations for banking organizations for calculating operational risk exposure under the proposed framework and outlines requirements for governance, measurement, monitoring, and control of operational risk.