Panelists tackle the transaction reporting aspects of the upcoming MiFID II regulations and field questions from a live audience.
Newton has spent 30 years focused on IT and data management consulting and software engineering.
Adhering to old-fashioned, siloed data management practices can be costly and inhibit firms' ability to use data to support innovation.
User firms and vendors debate the roles of each in ensuring data quality and security.
Collibra's software solution will be preferred choice for consultancy
As data functions reach maturity, buy-in from other c-level positions is crucial the emerging CDO function.
JP Morgan Chase employs “data quality pyramid” to better monetize and reduce costs around its own data.
In-house lawyers should see legal data as a means to derive major benefits for their firms, D2 Legal Technology's Akber Datoo tells Joanna Wright
Variations in definitions for processes intended to improve quality require thought about strategy and targeted attention
Good data governance is not about technology
South Africa-based bank chooses solution for compliance with global regulations
Vendor to help investment manager with data quality and governance issues
Vendor looks to provide end-to-end data management
Data governance focus increasing, according to global poll of asset management and fund personnel
Project reduces cost and complexity at global insurance firm
Saudi Hollandi Bank's operational risk leader discusses implementation of governance, compliance and risk project
Regulators are looking for evidence of good processes and procedures around data withing the firms that fall under their jurisdiction.
Internal teams' concerns around data security hinders adoption, Sibos attendees told
Eagle Investment Systems partnered with Waters on the release a new whitepaper, "Command and Control: Establishing a Formal Data Governance Strategy," which examines a recent survey of technology and data management professionals. David Dawkins chats with Paul McInnis about the takeaways.
Processes remain important for implementing data governance, but it's human beings who set and implement them.
The Nomura, Thomson Reuters and BNY Mellon veteran will oversee policies and standards for market and reference data at the firm.
Officials say the tool will help users analyze multiple large datasets, while reducing reliance on manual processes.
The solution can be used with any data source, ranging from datafeeds to content in emails and PDFs.