How would you recommend to approach Operational Risk?


New Member
It's a huge amount of material.

Should I start or end with Operational Risk? Are all readings essential? Any general tips?


Active Member
All are essential, however that not means everything would be tested. Imo, no shortcuts. The only tip is making your own notes and take lots of BT and GARP's topic tests and mocks. For me the OpRisk was the most interesting and the most useful part of FRM ever, but that's just me. Enjoy...
I've started Ops. Risk post 60% coverage of Credit risk. Ops. risk is full of theory (it looks).. requires bit of patience. Approaching to complete the topics in Ops. risk while covering other sections. This would be the best way to have hang on theory topics. This is my strategy and was applied in Part 1 as well.