The president of the European Central Bank argues for a more ambitious, top-down approach to the capital markets union.
Bill Murphy, managing partner at Cresting Wave, is back to discuss the foundations necessary to leverage emerging technologies in the long run.
Yogita Mehta from SIX joins to discuss the biggest challenges firms face when dealing with corporate actions.
Cost is not the top factor driving the decision to switch data providers. Anthony looks at what’s behind the evolution of spending priorities.
With political appetite established on both sides of the Channel, attention is turning to the technical details.
Standard Chartered’s David Sharratt joins the podcast to discuss creating data products.
David Hardoon returns to talk about the field of language and how it’s the ‘heart and soul’ of artificial intelligence.
The cloud data platform provider continues to make investments in data quality and cleansing.
This week, John Duigenan from IBM joins the podcast to discuss generative AI.
While large language models are likely to proliferate, those that can develop a solid data infrastructure of taxonomies, ontologies, data sourcing, mapping and lineage will be the ultimate winners, Anthony says.
Neema Raphael, CDO and head of data engineering for Goldman Sachs, explains what he believes it means for a firm to be data driven.
Financial firms can’t afford to treat data governance as a one-off, check-the-box exercise. Instead, senior data management execs say, it should be treated as an ongoing series of regular health checks.
Demand for alternative data continues to grow among investment firms. So why are some alt data providers taking products off the market?
Data management issues have always presented challenges for the financial services industry. Here, DTCC explores why, with the right technologies, disciplines and structures in place, there is now reason for optimism.
Wei-Shen and Tony take a look at what’s to come at the North American Financial Information Summit (Nafis).
As the legislative debate surrounding a future European consolidated tape for equities takes on increased urgency, market participants and interested parties are beginning to weigh in with their visions of a successful tape.
As banks clamp down on large language models like ChatGPT, Anthony says that CDOs can help firms experiment with these chatbots while developing the proper governance structures.
The chief data officer has become recognized as a key role in a financial firm’s ability to manage its data assets, and reduce costs and risk. So why is it also so notoriously short-lived?
While much attention has been given to cloud, AI, blockchain and other buzzwords, without a proper data foundation, those tools will not deliver the results that have been promised.
End-users are worried about the repercussions of handing over a data monopoly to the heavyweight operators in the fixed income space.
The EU regulator’s expanded supervisory powers and big data capabilities have caused some confusion on how the data will be used and how Esma’s new role will shape reporting regimes.
After years of neglect, back-office processes are finally getting attention. Wei-Shen wonders how much innovation can truly take place in the back office and how processes will actually improve.
Symphony decided to first migrate client data to Google from AWS, and then focus on applications.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Linda Avery (pictured), who joins the EDM Council's board of directors.