Managing Risk Webcast


In recent years, there has been a growing focus on reducing risk, and data management has been seen as a key component of activities aimed at improving risk management. Data professionals have been working more closely with the risk management groups, and data quality and integration projects have climbed the agenda. Regulators have also played an important role in this discussion, putting pressure on firms to ensure their data is efficiently managed. To prevent future market meltdowns, it is now seen as vital for firms to work towards standardizing, automating and centralizing data management processes.

- Assessing the need for improved data management systems to mitigate risk
- Monitoring data quality and using metrics to improve risk management
- How is regulatory pressure affecting the focus on reference data and risk management?

Nick Helton, Global Reference Data Manager, NORTHERN TRUST
Peter Blenninger, Head of Software Development & Quality Management, BAADER BANK
Christine J. Knott, Managing Director, Relationship Executive Investment Manager Outsourcing Americas, BNY MELLON ASSET SERVICING
Rick Enfield, Product Business Owner, ASSET CONTROL
Steve Engdahl, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy, GOLDENSOURCE
Paul Waine, Director Risk Data Services, PLATTS
Tine Thoresen, Executive Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA (Moderator)


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