SYDNEY - Data management projects need to be sponsored and driven by business units as opposed to risk divisions, according to speakers on the Inside Reference Data panel at the FISD Asia-Pacific Road Show in Sydney in April.
Melbourne-based Chris Butler, project director, data management, risk department, National Australia Bank (NAB), said risk units can act as a partner on data management projects, but business units should be driving the initiatives.
Following the financial crisis, there is
Anthony and James look at developments pertaining to the Consolidated Audit Trail and wonder if big-tech companies could challenge traditional asset managers.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
- Bloomberg’s Chat Gambit: The Feint Before a Knockout?
- Gardening, Uber & Culture: Takeaways from this year's WatersTechnology Innovation Summit
- Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 96: CAT Concerns & Big Tech Takes Aim at Asset Managers
- EU Gets Tough on ‘Research’ Unbundling
- Fintech Could Demolish Europe’s Capital Markets Union Barriers