Could risk data aggregation begin with dividing up data? Data executives from Citi, JP Morgan and RBS put forward that idea in a discussion at a Risk Data Aggregation breakfast briefing, hosted by Inside Reference Data and sponsored by Numerix and S&P Capital IQ, in New York on November 20.
"We all agree that we need to divide up the data and the domains, and we should be owners of each of the domains," said Ulku Rowe, managing director of credit risk technology at JP Morgan. "But those domains
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