Presentation Type: Presentation
A bank’s Compliance function monitors employee activities to mitigate its legal and reputational risks. It’s a tough task for two reasons; firstly, the data comes from a variety of systems on different platforms with little in common so transforming the data into a consistent model is a challenge. Secondly the data is reluctant to give up its secrets – it is more open to interpretation and less clear cut compared to the financial data generated by the bank. This session will demonstrate an employee compliance reporting proof of concept in Power BI and discuss how it addresses these challenges especially in the design of the data model that underpins the whole analysis, the queries that import data from the disparate sources and wrangle it into the data model and the reports that try to draw insight from this observational data.
Mark is an independent consultant and trainer. He specialises in the preparation, analysis, reporting and visualisation of data. He has expertise in Power BI and the Microsoft Data Platform, SQL Server and Analysis Services, R, Python and machine learning. Previous clients include Carlsberg, Credit Suisse, Nomura, BNP Paribas and Barclays.
Mark is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). He provides training courses on data science, analytics and visualisation and Power BI, Power Apps and Flow. He also organises London Business Analytics group, a very popular data & analytics community group with monthly meetings in Central London. Details at https://www.meetup.com/London-Business-Analytics-Group/.
Tuesday, April 24
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Wednesday, April 25
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM