The elements of integrity

Clarity

Access to clear and consise information yet comprehensive enough to faciliate informed decision making

Comprehensiveness

The depth and scope of risk management reports should align to the size and complexity of the operations and risk profile

Adaptability

Ability to generate ad-hoc risk reports to meet a broad range of on-demand requests

Governance

Risk capabilities and reporting practices require pro-active oversight

Completeness

Data will need to capture and aggregate all material risk covering all entities in the group

Accuracy

Risk management reports should accurately and precisely convey aggregated risk data in a verifiable format

Robust Architecture

Ability to support data capabilities as part of BAU activities and in times of crisis

Timeliness

Ability to generate aggregate risk data on a quasi real-time basis

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Gresham Guide: MiFID II

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