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    Webinar-on-Demand: Stress Testing as a Catalyst for BCBS 239 – or Vice Versa?

    September 2014

    Banks will be under even more pressure as stress testing is becoming a recurring exercise and the new principles for risk data aggregation (BCBS 239) require them to quickly solve the issues around the data warehouses.

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