BCBS 239: Learning from Prime Movers
Since the Basel Committee published the BCBS 239 Principles for Effective Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting (RDARR) in 2013, banks everywhere have encountered major potholes on the road to compliance. The Basel Committee has made bank self-assessments more thorough and precise, and banks have learned more about regulatory expectations and the size of their gaps — and the complexity, cost, and effort needed to close them.
Now is the time for banks to review the direction and pace of their BCBS 239 compliance efforts. If program changes need to be made, executives should be aware and act while time remains. This report explains the issues, and shares the experience of compliance first movers. Many lessons merit consideration as deadlines loom across the sector.
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Table of Contents
Realistic and Achievable Program Scope
Straight Line to Outcomes
Resolving the Most Pressing Data Issues
Balancing Near-Term and Long-Term Investment
Changing Regulatory Expectations
Increasing Confidence and Pace