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BCBS 239: Best Practices in Risk Data Aggregation
The Basel Committee prepared the ‘Principles for Effective Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting’ in 2013, because in the years leading to the global financial crisis, banks’ information technology and data architecture were inadequate to support prompt and accurate identification and measurement of financial risks such as credit, market, operational, and liquidity risks. Until the market has proof that banks’ data are accurate, appropriate, complete, and timely, there is little reason to believe stress results and that banks would be sufficiently capitalized in a time of stress. Additionally, without strong data aggregation, banks’ capital ratios, liquidity and leverage buffers, and the content of living wills cannot be trusted.
Who should attend?
- Global and Domestic Standard Setters and Data Aggregation
- Basel III Data Requirements
- Dodd-Frank and Data
- Basel’s Principles for Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting
- Banks Progress on Data Aggregation
- IT Architecture
- Auditing and Examining Internal Credit, Market, and Operational Risk Models
Participants of this program will receive 14 CPE credits.
The cost of this program is $1695. Inquire for more details.
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