Ravi Chari
Systems Engineer Manager

Ravi is a Manager in the Americas risk practice at SAS Institute and is a subject matter expert in the areas of credit risk, capital management, model management and stress testing. Ravi has over eighteen years of experience in the financial services industry and has consulted with some of the largest banks in North America, Europe and Asia. Ravi is often invited to speak on topics of risk, regulation and governance at various industry and regulatory forums sponsored by organizations like GARP, RMA, PRMIA, the Federal Reserve and other such international bodies. He has authored several white papers, research reports and articles on banking, financial risk management, stress testing and Basel II. Ravi received his Masters in Technology from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay; and a FRM from the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).

Data Management
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Series: BCBS 239 – Principle 13

Principle 13: Remedial actions and supervisory measures - Supervisors should have and use the appropriate tools and resources to require effective and timely remedial action by a bank to address deficiencies in its risk data aggregation capabilities and risk reporting practices. Supervisors should have the ability to use a range