People, process, culture – and technology

Who makes sure your data is

 

It's no longer enough to say that you have sound data governance. Peyman Mestchian, Managing Partner at Chartis Research, says that you have to be able to demonstrate it.

For that, Mestchian says you need a sound data governance structure, including specialized roles and responsibilities. You also need strong visualization and reporting capabilities.

Mestchian sits down with Tom Kimner, Head of Americas Risk at SAS, to talk about data governance and the types of departments, technology and skills you will need to succeed.

The good news is, the investments you make in your data and reporting will pay for themselves through lower losses, lower capital needs, lower operational risk costs and lower operational costs. Read BCBS 239: Meeting regulatory obligations while optimizing cost reductions to learn how forward-looking finance executives are using high-performance technologies to create compliant risk reporting processes – and ultimately realize the goal of sustainable profitability.


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Read BCBS 239: Meeting regulatory obligations while optimizing cost reductions to learn how forward-looking finance executives are using high-performance technologies to create compliant risk reporting processes – and ultimately realize the goal of sustainable profitability.

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