Tag Archives: data quality

20/20 vision of risk

Social Media Crimes

Laura Hutton, Direct of Banking and Solutions at SAS, explains how technologies will improve visibility of operational risk.

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Six steps to data quality

Six guidelines for stress testing

A lot of what Solvency II addresses is improving transparency across the firm, between the firm and its regulators, and with the customer. SAS recommends these six data quality process steps to support Solvency II initiatives.

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The adventures of Solvency II

Magnifying Glass

As the Solvency II go-live date approaches, insurers and reinsurers in many EU states are already beginning their compliance projects. But searching for the right processes and technology updates can be daunting – almost as though you are under the legendary Inspector’s eye. What type of data audit will be necessary?

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Winning the Solvency II gamble

Taking a Gamble

Thorsten Hein asks, “Are you a gambler?” When it comes to Solvency II implementation, Hein argues that insurers that concentrate only on the most immediate aspects of compliance will miss out on many of the business benefits that those who fully comply will gain. Their ‘savings gamble’ will actually be a loss.

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No more playing 20 questions

No More Playing Twenty Q's

The Board’s responsibility is to understand the organization’s data gathering process, and then ask the right questions about the results. Here are some questions to get you started on the right path.

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Six data challenges for risk management

Waynette Tubbs, Editor

A strong infrastructure of quality, integrated data and sound analytics provides a solid foundation for more effective risk management. Assess your data with these challenges in mind to plan a more successful risk management strategy.

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What’s the risk in data that doesn’t fit?

Anne Milley

Can data management reduce your risk exposure? According to Anne Milley, there is no single measure of data quality, but if you take the time to measure and monitor important attributes of data quality, you can gauge the potential for improvement.

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