Behind the US Regulatory Scene

What Lies Beneath US Regulatory Scene


Data management has not traditionally been regarded as part of the regulatory agenda, but the last four months have seen this radically change, especially in the US. On February 4, senator Jack Reed introduced S.3005: The National Institute of Finance Act of 2010, "to create an independent research institute, to be known as the National Institute of Finance (NIF) to "oversee the collection and standardization of data on financial entities and activities, conduct monitoring, research and

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