ORX News

ORX News:
The service that puts global op risk events at your fingertips

Whether you’re looking to enrich your operational risk loss data, train employees on what could happen or enhance your scenario development, ORX News can help.

ORX News is an industry-leading provider of publicly reported operational risk loss events from around the world. It is a single source for data and analysis, specifically covering the banking, insurance and asset management sectors, plus large cyber loss events from other industries.

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    What are the benefits of ORX News?

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    Speedy global media scanning
    A team of specialist researchers seek out loss events from the global financial sector, which you are then able to access on our platform within 72 hours (24 hours for the headline).
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    Detailed yet concise summary articles
    The team writes a summary piece on each loss event which provides you with all of the key details from an operational risk perspective, in addition to links for each of the source articles.
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    Easy searching & reporting
    Our sophisticated database categorises all events so that you can do advanced searches for them easily. You can filter loss events by category, including business line and event type, or you can search by keyword. You can also export reports.
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    Customised to your interests
    Customised to your interests You have the ability to save filters and set your own notifications. Decide yourself what kind of events you want to be notified about (with numerous filters to choose from), whether to receive email alerts, and how often.
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    Free Deep Dives
    You can commission up to three longer “Deep Dive” pieces per year on anything you’re particularly interested in, as well as access over 100 existing deep dives.
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    More cyber events
    Since 2018, ORX News has captured high-impact cyber events at firms outside the financial services sector to provide you with even more insight into this high priority risk.

    NEW! API feed to make ORX News data even more valuable

    We have created an Application Programming Interface (API) so that you can automatically pull ORX News data into your own system, for example your GRC platform. Use it to enhance your existing reports and dashboards by seamlessly inputting ORX News stories directly into them. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

    Free monthly content from ORX News

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    Banks pay out fines for cyber-related breaches
    John Bosnell
    15 September 2020
    This month's story combines two separate events where Bank of Ireland and Capital One were fined for cyber-related breaches.
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    5 largest operational risk losses: August 2020
    John Bosnell
    14 September 2020
    Discover the 5 largest operational risk loss events recorded by the ORX News team in August 2020. This month's top 5 includes a clerical error, a fine over overdraft enrollment practices, and a failure to establish cyber risk management processes.
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    Australian Banks pay out for incorrectly paying employees
    John Bosnell
    17 August 2020
    Over the course of 2019 and 2020, two of Australia’s big four banks, Westpac and Commonwealth Bank (CBA), have begun the process of repaying thousands of staff who had been underpaid as a result of systems errors at both institutions.
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    5 largest operational risk losses: July 2020
    John Bosnell
    10 August 2020
    Discover the 5 largest operational risk loss events recorded by the ORX News team in July 2020. This month's top 5 includes a fine for compliance failures, SEC charges over retirement plans disclosure failures, and debt write-downs on pension funds.

    Why subscribe to ORX News?

    Scenario generation
    Help to generate realistic scenarios and audit your scenario portfolio.
    Analysis
    Run regular reports to identify and monitor risk trends.
    Awareness and training
    Build awareness of the types of losses across the industry.
    Business challenges
    Use losses to challenge business colleagues’ perceptions of their risk profile.

    ORX News pricing

    The annual fee for ORX News is very competitive at £31,000 per year (£19,950 per year for current ORX members). To find out more about how the service can help your firm or to book a free trial, contact us today.

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    Other free content from ORX News

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    10 most popular loss events: ORX News Q2 2020
    John Bosnell
    15 July 2020
    Find out which operational risk loss events were the most commonly read on ORX News from 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020.
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    10 most popular loss events: ORX News Q1 2020
    John Bosnell
    4 May 2020
    Find out which operational risk loss events were the most commonly read on ORX News from 1 Jan 2020-31 Mar 2020.
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    Impact of coronavirus on operational risk: ORX News round-up
    John Bosnell
    2 September 2020
    ORX News is providing a regular round-up of the operational risk impacts of coronavirus on financial firms worldwide, including its impact on operations and what actions firms are taking to help clients.
    Information
    How to use ORX News to support your scenario practice
    John Bosnell
    29 October 2019
    Did you know that you could use ORX News to support your firm’s operational risk scenario programme? Focused solely on operational risk, the ORX News service brings together publicly reported loss events from around the world.

    About the ORX News service

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