The lesson to be learned from 2015 is that improvements in data governance planning need to continue.
Data management harmonization and harnessing multiple databases figure big in meeting demands
Industry leaders see centralization of data as most important issue to address
Hugh Stewart of Chartis Research outlines document and in-memory database advances, as well as data language developments likely to matter going into 2016
John Brazier takes a look at the credit risk space to find out what has really changed since the credit crunch.
Industry experts discuss how their firms are less inclined to use black box vendor models.
Broader data governance controls are recommended
At a recent event held at The Metropolitan Club in Manhattan, industry experts discussed a range of topics, from modeling validation to analytics to risk technologies.
A wider data management perspective could be the key to compliance with annual regimens
Chartis will join Incisive Media's Incisive Insight division, home of Risk magazine and the firm's WatersTechnology group.
Risk management executive hired as research director