BCBS 239: Effective risk data aggregation and reporting

  • Data and technology, Regulation, governance and compliance
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Key reasons to attend

  • Elevate operational efficiency and decision-making processes 
  • Acquire practical skills in data management 
  • Navigate common implementation challenges

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About the course

Effective implementation of BCBS 239 is crucial for enhancing risk management and strategic decision-making in financial institutions. This course provides practical guidance on applying key BCBS 239 principles and avoiding regression in compliance. 

Participants will engage with real-world case studies to learn about improving risk data reporting, monitoring data quality and developing resilient data architecture. Subject-matter experts will break down the BCBS 239 delivery process, highlighting both temporary and long-term solutions. Additionally, the course covers system requirements for efficient data aggregation and reporting, emphasising how they integrate and interact as one. 

Attendees will leave this course with strategies to elevate their data management practices, helping drive their organisations forward in a data-centric banking environment.

Pricing options:

  • Early-bird rate: save up to $800 per person by booking in advance*
  • 3-for-2 rate: save over $2,000 by booking a group of three attendees*
  • Subscriber reward: save 30% off the standard rate if you are a Risk.net subscriber*
  • Season tickets: cost-effective option for groups of 10 or more. Learn more

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Learning objectives

  • Examine the components of successful data governance
  • Design effective and compliant risk data reports
  • Discuss best practices for data aggregation 
  • Learn how to measure and monitor data quality
  • Interpret implementation progress reports from supervisors 
  • Address challenges in a business-as-usual environment

Who should attend

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:

  • Reporting
  • Enterprise data management
  • IT strategy
  • Data architecture
  • Credit/Market/Liquidity risk
  • Operational risk
  • Compliance and regulation


October 29–31, 2024

Live online. Timezones: Emea/America


  • Supervisory overview
  • Risk data reporting
  • Data architecture and aggregation
  • Managing data quality
  • Data governance
  • BCBS 239 delivery: challenges and solutions
  • Challenges and opportunities after implementation


  • David Power, Former BCBS239 Lead – Director, Credit Suisse

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David Power

Former BCBS239 lead – director

Credit Suisse

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David has over two decades of experience spearheading large-scale, complex programs across wealth management, investment banking, risk, operations, and finance. He is committed to leveraging data and innovation to drive tangible value. He recently held the position of director, head of data governance and risk at Credit Suisse, where he led BCBS 239 compliance. He has a keen interest in the disruption happening in the market through technology and artificial intelligence. 


This course is CPD (Continued Professional Development) accredited. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event.

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October 29–31, 2024

Online, Emea/Americas



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