Released in 2013, the principles covered in BCBS 239 are the global de-facto benchmark for risk data governance, aggregation, and reporting. Organizations gain a clear advantage when they adapt rapidly to new regulatory requirements like these.
Early adopters tend to have significant influence over the standards and have more time to get the architecture right. Meanwhile, non-compliance can result in punitive damages, regulatory fines, and reputational risk.
Our BCBS 239 checklist clarifies and simplifies the intricacies of these regulatory requirements. Whether you are an early adopter or just starting out, our checklist can help you understand and ensure compliance with the 11 core BCBS 239 principles.
Our Informationists will be at the Data Governance Financial Services Conference in New York City on September 8 & 9 and will be available to discuss this checklist and any questions about BCBS 239 at our booth! While there, don’t miss Sean Murray and Dave Nolting’s presentation on September 9th.