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How to measure the quality of a data lineage?

Measuring the quality of data is a problem more-or-less cracked now, isn’t it? Policy/DQ Standard –> DQ Thresholds -> DQ Requirements/Rules –> Control Points –> DQ Measurements/Metrics –> Dashboard/Alerts –> RCA –> Remediation. Something like that, if not necessarily in that order. What about the data used to document data...

“Progress in adopting the principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting” – December 2013

The Basel Committee have defined a set of 11 ‘principles’ that set a very high standard for the management of data used in risk aggregations in banking. This new standard has to be complied with by 2016 for the Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs). The principles span three major areas:...

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