The adoption of BCBS239 principles entails a review of the prevalent data management architecture of a bank, including its IT systems and the Master Data Management methodologies. Based on the gap analysis, the enterprise vision and intended data architecture, banks may choose to adopt any of the following for Master Data Management:
- Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) for an enterprise-wide view of data
- Extract, Transform & Load (ETL) strategy for creation of a parallel data-mart
- Metadata Repository through a Data Virtualization solution characterized with a virtual data profiling layer with connectors to various data sources
- Business Intelligence solution for creating a distinct logic platform for metadata management
With distinct needs based on size and complexity, we propose to assist our clients in identifying the suitable architecture for their specific needs and driving the development of the data management architecture.