From pharma to finance: Cracking the DNA of data management

Enterprise data management has traditionally addressed any aspect of financial data across an organization. But as investment firms’ portfolios of enterprise data broadens in definition to include other types of non-financial data, EDM projects must also expand to embrace new data types.

As investment firms seek an edge to help them make better and more profitable decisions, they’re delving deeper into the data behind industries, companies, and their products to perform more in-depth analysis. However, in many industries, while detailed data on a company and its business areas may be available, it’s often not available in a format that is easy to integrate with price data, financial data, or reference data.

So for investment firms focused on a specific industry or theme—such as

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Firms step up non-compete use to protect tech, data IP

US states are increasingly banning or limiting the use of non-compete contracts, but financial firms are using them more frequently to safeguard proprietary tech and data assets—including the knowledge of the individuals who work on them.

Waters Wrap: Examining ASX’s CHESS do-over

The Australian exchange was the first exchange to be all-in on DLT—and the project failed. Anthony speaks with ASX’s Tim Whiteley to discuss the lessons learned and why he thinks the second attempt will succeed.

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