Series: Understanding analytics' role in BCBS 239 - Conclusion


Three months ago, I introduced the SAS series on the Principles of BCBS 239 written by my colleagues.  We wrote the series to help banks in their compliance with the Principles of BCBS 239.

An integrative, consistent process reaching across all banking disciplines is now the desired goal of many banks primarily due to the advent of BCBS 239. Today's high-performance technologies offer all the capabilities not only to support effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting, but also to implement it in a truly cost-effective way. Adopting such technologies is the only reliable and fast way to achieve genuine competitive advantages, and SAS can help you do just that.

The 14 Principles of BCBS 239

The 14 Principles of BCBS 239

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Tara Skinner

Systems Engineer Manager

Tara Heusé Skinner is the Manager of Risk Solutions at SAS. Skinner is an accomplished chief risk officer and executive leader with a record of successfully orchestrating the start-up, growth, and optimization of enterprise risk and strategic management programs within community, regional, national and international banking and financial services companies including a mortgage company and a venture capital start-up firm.

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