Now more than ever having accurate risk information is essential, yet banks are still failing to aggregate risk exposure because of poor risk data aggregation capabilities and risk reporting practises. As a result the Basel committee has produced the Principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting; 14 principles that G-Sibs have to comply with by the year 2016 and other institutions consecutively after, ensuring banks aggregate and report risk data in an accurate and timely fashion.
This marcus evans conference will look specifically at these 14 principles, providing a concise interpretation of how these standards can be applied practically to ensure a smooth transition under a fierce time frame. Additionally we will provide a birds-eye perspective of the best practises and solutions being used by the banks today to ensure timeliness, control, and transparency when providing risk data, as well as looking from a technical point of view at what levels of granularity needs to be achieved.
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