SEC’s Blaszkowsky on the Data Transformation


When he started his career as a McKinsey consultant almost 30 years ago, he would go through boxes of copied annual reports, manually extract relevant information and input the data into a computer. Today, the Securities & Exchange Commission’s (SEC) David Blaszkowsky is leading the efforts that are set to transform how people work.

In 2007, the SEC named Blaszkowsky director, Office of Interactive Disclosure, US SEC, to promote the use of interactive data in the reporting of company financial

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