Knowledge graphs show glimpse of full potential

Technologies such as knowledge graphs that look at data in a non-linear manner can not only spot correlations and associations that aid investment analytics, but can also help tackle costly challenges such as change management and regulatory reporting.

​Bigger is better, right? From modern financial markets to the regulations that govern them, and not least the financial services firms themselves, the technology that keeps them running, and the datasets they consume to power every function from price discovery, analysis, risk management, and settlement, everything is significantly larger than just a decade ago.

But size also brings with it greater complexity. Understanding a firm’s overall exposure to market, regulatory, and IT risk each

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