Building an Efficient Ecosystem

During the EFIS 2018 CDO panel, data chiefs discussed how data management has gone from a strictly regulatory response to an essential business driver.


The relationship between a bank’s business and its data function is evolving from disjointed to collaborative as data becomes increasingly vital in helping drive the business aspect of a bank.

At the European Financial Information Summit (EFIS) 2018, a panel of CDOs discussed how traditionally, even data management operations themselves operated in siloes, with new systems implemented each time a new regulation came into effect.

Nigel Matthews, head of data product management at ING, said

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