Inside Reference Data gathered leading industry experts to discuss the best strategies for creating a data management framework to make it easier for firms to meet changing regulatory requirements in a webcast on 18 April
Since the set-up of the Office of Financial Research was announced in 2010, industry discussions have been focused on how to build a strong data management foundation to prepare for change. It is still not clear how the new data analysis and collection unit and other regulatory changes will impact data requirements, but when the details are announced it might be too late to act. Now is the time to get ready, and one of the first things firms are looking at getting ready for is the introduction of the legal entity identifier.
- What aspects of a data management function should firms look at improving before new standards and regulatory requirements are introduced?
- What is the best place to start when the aim is to build a more robust data management foundation?
- How can improvements made now benefit the business in
Brian Sobolak, VP and Head of Data Quality, NORTHERN TRUST
Chris Bannocks, Managing Director, NOMURA INTERNATIONAL
Tony Brownlee, Managing Director, KINGLAND SYSTEMS
Neil McGovern, Senior Director of Strategy, FSI, SYBASE, AN SAP COMPANY
Moderator: Tine Thoresen, Executive Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA
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