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BankWest Australia: Leading the Way in Basel II Compliance

As one of the first Australian financial institutions to commence work on Basel II, BankWest required a solid basis on which to build a new regimen of international banking rules compliance.

 
Benefits to using SAS included the ability to exploit data to better understand customer behaviours, and the bank’s relation­ship managers writing better loans with less risk to the bank and the customer.
 
“We saw Basel II as a catalyst to make signifi­cant changes to our risk management practice, rather than as a regulatory compliance program with capital benefits at the end,” said Ed Bradley.

 

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