Data Governance: Recognizing Steps and Gathering Support -- Webcast

Archive recording of March 17 webcast covering data governance issues

If you ask data management professionals about data governance planning, many will point to communication between departments, namely technology operations, data managers and investment managers as imperative to designing a data governance plan, carrying it out and maintaining it. What should these plans contain, however? In this webcast, listeners will hear from some professionals about what tack their plans are taking, as well as what colleagues in the industry are doing. They will examine the enterprise data management (EDM) method, deployment of an investment book of record as a governance tool, and the challenges in fostering that necessary communication between departments.

--What are the challenges for aligning IT and business side interests? What are the communication issues for achieving such alignment?
--How is data governance planning progressing overall in the industry?
--With CDO roles becoming more widespread, how is the presence of more C-level data executives influencing or supporting data governance planning?
--What are the advantages of using EDM for data governance?
--What is the value of IBOR as a data governance tool?

Moderator: Michael Shashoua, Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA

  • Scott J. Preiss, Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, CUSIP GLOBAL SERVICES
  • John Eliseo, Global Head of Content Modeling, THOMSON REUTERS
  • Roberto Maranca, Enterprise Data Leader, GE CAPITAL
  • Brian Soblolak, VP and Head of Data Quality, NORTHERN TRUST


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