Time for the board to take information governance seriously?

Proper information governance will help to ensure that executives, auditors and shareholders can trust the financial results being presented. Information governance is about changing behaviour to maximise the value of data, manage complexity and mitigate risks.

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BCBS239 – will banks be ready

Domestic systemically important banks have less than a year to comply with the principles of Regulation 39 of the Regulations relating to Banks. (BCBS 239) The Principles aim to strengthen bank’s risk management practices by improving their risk data aggregation and reporting. At the time of writing, global systemically important banks should have already complied.…