Tony, Shen, and Reb discuss the future state of industry conferences.
Neema Raphael, CDO and head of data engineering for Goldman Sachs, explains what he believes it means for a firm to be data driven.
Execs from BlackRock, BMO, and Ness Digital Engineering discuss the balancing act of the wildly shifting priorities each of their organizations contend with every day.
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.
Wei-Shen and Tony take a look at what’s to come at the North American Financial Information Summit (Nafis).
SG Americas plans to significantly reduce and even close datacenters in the US as a result of moving to the cloud and defining controls around cloud and data governance.
Executives from JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, and BNY Mellon discuss the lessons learned through experimenting with machine learning at their firms.
BNY’s Eric Hirschhorn says processes—not just the data itself—need to be examined, and points to a data-centric approach.
In light of new and proposed rules in the US and Europe, firms are having to rethink their privacy guidelines.
The firm is developing machine learning models internally to optimize the reconciliation process and detect price anomalies.
Nearly half a year after Mifid II went live, sticky reference data issues are standing in the way of smooth compliance operations.
Compliance officers say they are increasingly looking at AI-powered tools to help with things like surveillance, reporting and fraud monitoring.
Many firms are creating data science teams to gain insights from new sources of unstructured and alternative data. But finding people with the right skillsets within the financial markets ecosystem is proving to be a barrier that slows firms’ ability to…
Industry testing for FRTB will begin in 2019 with implementation coming in 2020, though there is hope that personnel changes at the Basel Committee will lead to some extra leeway.
Joanne Faulkner reports on NAFIS panelists' views on machine learning and its current and future applications for the capital markets.
Stephen Morse gives a presentation on how traders are using information created via Twitter to derive trading insights.
Panelists at the North American Financial Information Summit described the transformative potential of “data lakes” for supporting firms’ ever-increasing analytics and alternative data storage requirements. Joanne Faulkner reports.
In this webinar sponsored by Bloomberg, industry professionals examine the importance of defining the role of data governance in ensuring good data quality
Buy-side firms consider shared services as sell-side adoption increases
Specific challenges for compliance with European market information rules become clearer
Good data governance is not about technology
Points made at the annual New York-hosted North American Financial Information Summit illustrate how blockchain and data science can or should pivot to better serve data management operations. Michael considers what legal entity identifier efforts could…
Savings and efficiency rather than regulatory mandates will promote identifier adoption, Wolf says
Direct and ultimate parent information is next for firms getting LEIs