'Connecting the dots,' serving diverse users and complying with new rules all depend on flexible data operations
The regulatory impetus to collect more data from a greater number of sources could produce new business insights, but that will require firms to rethink their approaches to data management and automation. Joanna Wright reports from Sibos 2016
Risk operations professionals aim to accelerate changes to prepare for 2018 deadlines
Feature sponsored by Rimes Technologies
Panelists at this year's Chicago Trading Technology Summit discussed how they are addressing cybersecurity demands in the face of increased attacks.
Archive recording of September 28 webcast on managing risk profile data for compliance
Data management services provider makes its second link to database using the format
Data management provider and software firm partner for security master and feed-change functions
DTCC's Omgeo hopes to be industry's choice for a repository
Content.ly, a SaaS offering, facilitates consolidation of siloed information
Integrating market and reference data in GoldenSource's EDM platform will improve data management and firms' ability to meet regulatory requirements, officials say.
FRTB, MiFID II, 871(m) among newer regulations now faciliated by version 8.7 of EDM platform
Forrester survey, commissioned by Rimes Technologies, categorizes levels of data operations maturity
Initiative aims to modernize precious metals market
Innovator's sensory 'VEST' could impact how reference data is read and evaluated
Software provider begins third-party service to Beijing Jiuyu Fund Admin and Changjiang Securities
What to Expect When Moving Data to a Fully Operational Utility
As data functions reach maturity, buy-in from other c-level positions is crucial the emerging CDO function.
JP Morgan Chase employs “data quality pyramid” to better monetize and reduce costs around its own data.
Moss will spearhead the utility's growth as the company looks to grow its presence.
Adds cloud computing channels, both private and public
Wipro's ReconX platform uses machine learning to identify patterns and spot errors.
Service aims to raise quality of identification information
In-house lawyers should see legal data as a means to derive major benefits for their firms, D2 Legal Technology's Akber Datoo tells Joanna Wright