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To manage operational risk banks increasingly use data coming from data consortia formed by peer institutions. Although existing data consortia seem to work appropriately, it is worth examining why banks report properly (that is, thoroughly and truthfully), since in several countries where new data consortia are planned to be set up, there are fears that banks may choose to report untruthfully or hide information (what we call misreporting). We show that if misreporting cannot be detected, thendoi:10.2139/ssrn.2289906 fatcat:k4iucfh7u5euxpzvfmp65tugdu