Data Aggregation and Reporting

Today, all organisations run on data. You need to aggregate data to enable the production of meaningful data analytics and to produce the reports you need to successfully run your business. Typical reports include:

  • Financial
  • Risk
  • Regulatory
  • MI
  • BI
  • etc.

Successful data aggregation and reporting is achieved via common sense data supply chain management, which ensures the right information reaches the right people at the right time.

I hope you find the following posts useful. While the posts look at the Financial Services industry, the concepts (based on common sense data supply chain management) apply to all organisations in all industries.

BCBS 239 compliance D-Day – Data Quality Risk Checklist

Basel Committee issues “Principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting – final document” (aka BCBS 239)

FSA imposes £2.4 million fine for inadequate risk reporting systems

Risk data aggregation and risk reporting (BCBS 239) – Board and senior management responsibilities

Data aggregation and reporting principles (BCBS 239)– applied common sense

Rgds Ken

I can help you to better manage your data supply chain, focusing on your most critical data, the data that underpins your most critical business processes.

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