New Data Needs Lead to New Data Jobs

The increasing importance of data is introducing new roles to the financial sector. Wei-Shen looks to the future.

As a result of new technologies and regulations, the world of finance is in a state of constant evolution. While some positions are made obsolete—think about the traders in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange’s open outcry pit—the flipside is that new roles are created.

Last year, I wrote about how the role of chief data officer (CDO) was gaining traction in Asia-Pacific. This position had previously seen more widespread pickup in the US and Europe, driven mainly by the aftermath of the 2008

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