The Critical Asset: Buy Side Embraces Data Governance, but Challenges Remain

Spaghetti technology structures are hardly a new phenomenon in financial services organizations. Whether through acquisition, reaction to regulatory measures or simply a lack of control over the technology function, a plethora of systems and processes within buy- and sell-side firms is still a regular occurrence.

While the interoperability of those systems and the need for workarounds is burdensome, the sprawl often masks a deeper problem, one where it’s difficult to understand the origin of

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