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2 contains additional economic motivation in favor of rebalancing. A M I Y A T O S H P U R N A N A N D A M E T A L. 33 To clarify, portfolio theory selects portfolio weights to exploit diversiﬁcation before choosing the desired amount of riskfree capital. These decisions are independent and sequential since the risky portfolio is assumed to already be fully diversiﬁed. However, this assumption is not present in our methodology. As demonstrated in the next section, we recognize that a fully diversiﬁed portfolio results in our risk measure being identical to that of ADEH.
6 For banks that are members of a data collection consortium, the decision is sometimes driven by the rules of the consortium: The Italian initiative DIPO led by the ABI (the Italian Bankers’ Association) requires banks to provide all their operational risk losses above a threshold ﬁxed at 5,000 EUR. ORX is a private consortium comprising large internationally active banks. It has ﬁxed the reporting threshold at 20,000 EUR. Y V E S C R A M A, G E O R G E S H Ü B N E R A N D J E A N- P H I L I P P E P E T E R S 9 For smaller banks, however, ﬁxing a threshold at 10,000 EUR might drastically reduce the amount of data available for computing the capital requirements.
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