Due to steadily increasing regulatory requirements, such as MaRisk and BCBS 239, banks face the task of consolidating their data repositories to meet demands for risk management and reporting, for example. Given the large number of source systems with relevant KPIs, this can be a highly complex challenge. There can be semantic deviations in KPIs, for instance, as well as the architectural challenge how data can be consolidated and provided efficiently for the various requirements.
Data consolidation usually takes place in business intelligence (BI) systems. As such, a forward-looking BI IT architecture is essential.
We have developed a proprietary procedure model based on our extensive experience with successful BI projects, one that takes both technology-agnostic and technology-specific perspectives into account.
Banking management control
such as reporting solutions like BAIS, Abacus, and others
Our extensive expertise and years of experience from a variety of project assignments, along with studies on topics like supervisory law, reporting, risk management, and accounting, make us an ideal partner for all matters related to financial business intelligence. We’ll give you end-to-end support, from analysis and conceptualization to successful implementation. Our core team of consultants and technical specialists is equally adept at dealing with both quantitative and regulatory issues. In addition, depending on the task at hand and required skills, we can draw on specialists and interdisciplinary teams from our network at the international Scheer Group, with more than 1,500 employees.
With the Scheer Group as your partner, you’ll get the perfect symbiosis of process know-how, banking expertise, and IT proficiency. We base our projects and the future solutions on optimized business processes, which lets us deliver turnkey solutions.
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