In search of the gold standard


Any financial institution attempting to build an enterprise risk management infrastructure must start with the issue of data. It is a cliche to say data is the lifeblood of the financial sector, yet for all the acknowledgement of the importance of data by risk managers, senior management, regulators and industry bodies over the years, its problems are largely unresolved - and in many ways are getting worse.

Regulators have pointed to incomplete, inconsistent and unreliable data as contributing

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