Data Dictionaries: The Complete A-Z


A–C Acquisition to Complexity
The data assets of the average financial firm are in a constant state of flux. Be it through organic growth, mergers and acquisitions or restructuring, existing departments are perennially reshuffled and new departments tacked onto the side like conservatories. Take the spate of global mergers and banking acquisitions since the recession—as you read this, the respective IT departments of these companies are likely to still be working to bridge the gulf between their

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