Regulators could focus on data standards and impose an extension of BCBS 239
banks’ internal data models could face additional
scrutiny when regulators get a handle on trade reporting
regimes and the vast amounts of data now held in trade
repositories, according to consultancy firm GFT.
Jeremy Taylor, head of
business consulting UK at GFT told FOW: "The problem
we’ve got at the moment is the regulators
themselves have got to gear up to be able to work out what
they’re going to do with all this information. The
ability to make some sense of it and infer what they want
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