SunGard: The Art Of Adaptable Architecture - Implementing BCBS 239

Most banks are facing an uphill struggle to produce their group-wide risk reports in a timely manner. Data quality issues, reconciliation problems, missing alignment between multitudes of systems coupled with tedious manual processes are turning this seemingly straight-forward task into an increasingly difficult challenge.

To address these issues the Basel committee issued its new regulation on risk data aggregation and reporting (BCBS 239) that forces banks to invest heavily into their risk

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