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Guidance on compliance with BCBS 239


Context

Banking establishments are currently having to adapt to increased constraints imposed by national and international banking supervision.
They are having to cope with numerous requirements in terms of:
  • governance and management of risk appetite,
  • ongoing stress test exercises for the regulatory authorities enabling capital to be managed and guided within various departments,
  • reinforcement of requirements in terms of capital and the management of liquidity.
These requirements are also undergoing new guidance at the level of Single Supervisor Mechanism.

To help banks improve their strategic guidance associated with the management of their risks and the consumption of their equity capital, the BCBS 239 recommendations issued by the Basel Committee stipulate 14 principles for strengthening the banks’ aggregation capability on risk data, as well as for reporting practices.
The main objectives assigned to the banks from January 2016, for systemic establishments, are:
  • an improvement in the IT infrastructure for key reporting tasks,
  • an improvement in risk management,
  • an improvement in the speed and availability of information,
  • an improvement in data processing, enabling capital to be allocated in a more refined manner.

BAW can help and guide you in the following three areas of priority action:
  • in defining an IT infrastructure strategy, BCBS 239 involves the production of a Finance Risk master plan that enables the establishment to be entirely compliant with the BCBS principles, and in particular with regard to the automation of the aggregation and reporting chain;
  • the management of reference systems, requiring in particular work regarding a single method of processing reports at a subsidiary/group level;
  • the quality and allocation of data, implying better quality of the data produced in improved turnaround times, as well as greater transparency.
The Added Value we provide
The production of master plans, the governance of data (classification, mapping, audits, security) and the governance of IS are at the heart of the skills we can provide.
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