IRD's Editor on Managing BCBS 239/CCAR Compliance

Broader data governance controls are recommended

Risk data aggregation, as required by BCBS 239 and CCAR regimens established by regulators, can be better achieved through means other than spreadsheets

Spreadsheets aren't necessarily the issue with management of pricing and risk information for capital adequacy compliance.

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