Getting it together

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Data consolidation is a vital element of risk management. Without it, analytic models will produce inaccurate and misleading results, and flexible reporting and ‘slicing and dicing’ of data will not be possible.
Risk measurement and management refers to the methodologies used to calculate risk. These include mark-to-market, value-at-risk (Var), stress testing, scenario analysis and other functionality required to support an organisation’s risk strategy and policies.

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