ClusterSeven: With Scrutiny of Bank Tightening via Stress Tests, Data Quality Will Be Instrumental To Success

Recently, the Bank of England published its third concurrent stress test results of the UK’s banking system. Based on the Bank’s new approach, this stress test is perhaps the severest yet in examining the resilience of the banking system. Data plays a critical role in the complex process of stress testing, and most stress tests are conducted wholly or partially via spreadsheet-based models in banks and financial institutions. The issue is that the use of these spreadsheets and other end user

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