Banking and Financial Data Governance
Business Intelligence Solutions for Banking and Financial Data Governance, Consulting and Training.
Innovative cloud-based environments to:
• Support data governance with data crossing, summary and control reports
• Generate authomatically survey required by supervisory bodies
• Analyse Italian and European regulations, regularly updated and transalted
Save Consulting Group provides targeted consulting services in the following areas:
• Balance Sheet
• Regulatory Reporting
• Development of monitoring systems
Save Consulting Group
Since its establishment in 2010, Save Consulting Group’s mission has been to help credit and financial institutions optimising their investments and reducing the risks to company assets and liquidity through consulting activities, the provision of IT instruments tailored on clients’ needs and training.
Our strength lies in the deep knowledge of banking processes and regulations combined with timely notification to clients, supporting them in the implementation of any necessary measure.
Consulting and software tailored for our clients.
Transparency, honesty and focus on secured data.
Timing responses, with the highest speed and accuracy.
Constant adjustment of instruments to regulatory changes.
From the Blog
Interest rate risk: new guidance and final RTS from EBA
The new requirements, which will complete the incorporation of Basel IRRBB standards into EU legislation, will apply as of 30th June 2023. SAVE Consulting Group supports banks with targeted consulting and training services, as well as specific updates of the TigreArm suite. To learn more about the new regulations, here is a summary of its key points.
Banking credit scoring: what it is and how does it work
Risk assessment for consumer credit is a statistical analysis performed by credit institutions when they receive a funding request. Artificial intelligence and machine learning also contribute to such activities.
ESG: zero gender diversity at the top of banks
From the EBA to the Bank of Italy: surveys on gender equality among key function holders of credit institutions and financial corporations in Europe and Italy highlight that female gender quotas are still low. With the addition of a remuneration gap. Such scenario penalises the ‘S’ element of ESG.