Balancing Adaptability with Consistency

Defining a singular version of financial data information is being weighed against adaptability for diverse users, risk data experts are saying. Michael Shashoua hears the implications for BCBS 239 compliance

Jerry Goddard, director, risk data aggregation and risk reporting framework, Santander

European firms contending with BCBS 239 risk data aggregation principles are finding that compliance means squaring greater adaptability in their data operations with trying to achieve the so-called "single version of the truth" type of data quality often desired in the industry.

Data and risk executives from Nomura, Santander, Standard Chartered and Wolters Kluwer shared their experiences of the challenges they face in these matters in a September 6 webcast organized by sister publication and

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