Risk Data Management
Focuses on helping financial institutions improve their data management practices and capabilities for enhanced risk management, business value, and regulatory compliance.
Rethinking Data Management
This section of Risk Perspectives, Risk Data Management discusses how to establish better data management to gain a competitive advantage, build a comprehensive FTP framework, use analytical data to improve insurers’ business decisions, and manage employee knowledge and skills.
This section of Risk Perspectives, Risk Data Management looks at how risk data management will impact financial institutions’ preparation for regulations, including regulatory big data initiatives, PPNR stress testing, and IFRS 9.
Approaches to Implementation
Highlights best practices for effectively applying risk data management to your organization, including improving stress testing, commercial lending efficiency, and risk appetite management.
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Principles and Practices
This section of Risk Perspectives, Risk Data Management discusses effective practices for applying integrated risk management to your organization, including approaches to overcoming common challenges.