The golden copy has long been seen as a necessity in the data management world. In a constant quest for the highest data quality possible and with the need to rely on what is thought to be the correct, definitive version of data, the golden copy seems to give firms the confidence and guarantees they require. In fact the definition of the golden copy itself, according to Karen Broadbent, London-based head of data quality and remediation at UBS, is the "accurate and complete version of the data.
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