Choinski has served on ISITC's board for the past 12 years before becoming chair.
Turning to organizing measures like collaboration, ‘microdata’ and application of standards can help manage a deep source of information.
Unstructured data has been around for a long time, but its importance is emerging in new ways
Early push to mine blockchain's foundation for data management gives way to realities
Distributed ledger technology runs the risk of fragmentation as multiple vendors and permissioned ledgers emerge
Providers and consultants describe an 'evolution' of stored raw data into prescriptive 'intelligence'
Compliance technology and artificial intelligence make more inroads among financial data management operations, with opposite levels of disruption to the industry, Michael writes.
Will the industry's data management advances stay confined to merely upgrading current methods?
Data operations efforts will be enhanced but not replaced by SPReD and similar offerings
Former Swift executive played pivotal role in founding and building industry group
Who drives regulatory compliance data into real time, and how, will influence its future
Crypto-currency will drive data management changes, ISITC leader says. Service provider management is also a growing issue on the group's agenda
Annual survey finds more firms investing or planning to upgrade blockchain and security efforts
Banerjee is a 26-year veteran of SIX Financial, and has spent 21 years serving on FISD committees and working groups.
Data managers are striving to find ways to make information more trustworthy
Concerns should translate into solutions for unstructured data
Gaining insight from unstructured data is necessary to understand risks
Organization's chair previews developing initiatives to better serve members
The data management demands facing the industry continue to expand, and the plans and systems available or being devised to deal with them need to grow at the same rate, as ISITC's chair observed at its recent annual conference.
Jeff Zoller, chair of ISITC, talks about the new middle office group announced at the organization's 20th annual conference in Boston on March 24, as well as other issues on the agenda
Jamie Shay, a former head of standards at Swift, and 40-year veteran of the industry, received the organization's Standard of Excellence Award
Tom Brown, a longtime financial industry data standards professional, has left dual roles at ISITC and Brook Path Partners to join the US Treasury's Office of Financial Research
Choices concerning the value of data, the use of data utilities and planning data governance are gaining importance to firms preparing to meet data demands produced by new compliance requirements
The industry body has established a working group to explore efficient ways of addressing common challenges created by the US anti-tax evasion regulation