Open Platform: Don’t Drop EDM Efforts Based on Deregulation Assumptions

Asset Control's Martijn Groot explores how US proposals for lighter regulatory reform and Brexit negotiations may impact EDM and data management professionals in the coming months.


For the past decade, investment in EDM has been driven primarily by regulatory compliance requirements—at least, in the European Union. In the US, where regulation has tended to be lighter-handed, and where Basel capital rules tended to be applied to only the larger institutions, the emphasis has been towards leveraging EDM to attain cost reduction, operational efficiency and business enablement. While the full implications of upcoming Brexit negotiations are hard to predict, as is the extent of

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