AxiomSL: Data Governance and BCBS 239

The drive for improving data governance arises from the lessons learned by regulators from the global financial crisis that began in 2007. Regulators and the banks themselves discovered their information technology and data architectures lacked the ability to measure and manage risk. This realization led to principles established by the Basel committee to improve banks’ risk data aggregation capabilities and ability to report on risk, commonly referred to as BCBS 239 (Principles for effective

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