The perfect data governance strategy is a unicorn, data executives say; yet from setting policies and data quality evaluation to metadata generation, all large financial firms need one. As many firms augment strategy in this area to become more data…
Industry testing for FRTB will begin in 2019 with implementation coming in 2020, though there is hope that personnel changes at the Basel Committee will lead to some extra leeway.
Transforming a firm’s data management and governance is a lengthy process that requires patience, resilience and passion. State Street chief data officer James Hardy has found an engineer’s approach to problem solving and a consultant’s interpersonal…
'Connecting the dots,' serving diverse users and complying with new rules all depend on flexible data operations
Risk operations professionals aim to accelerate changes to prepare for 2018 deadlines
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
Wearable sensory technology, and a self-critical approach to methods of managing data are just two elements out there that can keep data operations sharp. Michael examines how these can enhance intuitions about financial data.
Archive recording of September 28 webcast on managing risk profile data for compliance
Firms addressing data systems customized based on jurisdictional rules, along with varied business practices
Bruce Ross was tasked with leading the Royal Bank of Canada’s transformation of its technology department when he was named head of technology and operations at the Toronto-based bank in January 2014.
Good data governance is not about technology
MUFG Canada Branch IT executive describes prerequisites for harnessing blockchain's potential
Interactive Data's Marty Williams describes how deploying data for compliance can be a differentiator
Risk modeling, separation of finance and risk departments become concerns for risk data management
Firm plans to add credit and market risk data
This service will help with IOSCO- and BCBS-related requirements.
The lesson to be learned from 2015 is that improvements in data governance planning need to continue.
Michael looks at new stress testing demands stemming from everything from Basel III to BCBS 239 to CCAR.
Principles-based regulation goes live for systemically important firms
State Street's David Blaszkowsky sees firms putting more effort into data governance in 2016
Hugh Stewart of Chartis Research outlines document and in-memory database advances, as well as data language developments likely to matter going into 2016
Acadian's Brian Buzzelli discusses potential changes to information architectures and the need to set higher standards
Consultant Steve Lachaga discusses master data management as a means to address risk management and compliance demands
The prospect of a 'Basel IV' has many wondering about several issues still outstanding with Basel III