Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Key to Staying Compliant – Part 1

Monitoring and oversight of financial institutions in general and focusing on compliance in particular have exponentially accelerated post the 2008 crisis. Common trends across the slew of regulations are – focus on automation or the emphasis on “zero” manual intervention, … Continue reading

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Solving the Data Puzzle – Part 3

Data Quality is a critical pre-requisite to successful Basel reporting as discussed previously in this blog. So data profiling needs to be done as a first step to addressing data quality issues. The output of profiling would be a data … Continue reading

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Solving the Data Puzzle – Part 2

There are many practical challenges banks encounter in the process of calculating and reporting Basel numbers accurately and on-time. One classic example is the availability of good quality data. Why is data quality so important? To understand this, let’s take … Continue reading

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Solving the Data Puzzle – Part 1

Over the last 7 years, banks globally have been coping with a slew of regulations. Some of these regulations are local, i.e. introduced by the national regulator while others are universally applicable, but customized by local regulators through the application … Continue reading

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