The Human Side of Data Governance

Good data governance is not about technology

Brian Buzzelli, senior vice president and head of data governance, Acadian Asset Management

What does a good data governance program look like and what do firms need to do to put one in place for better data quality to fuel their operations and to satisfy regulators?

These were the perennial but ever-salient questions tackled at the North American Financial Information Summit (NAFIS), hosted by Inside Reference Data and Inside Market Data in New York in May. Speakers at the event agreed that successful data governance is mainly a question of managing people through policies and shifts

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