Firms addressing data systems customized based on jurisdictional rules, along with varied business practices
Effective plans require coordinating vendor management, ownership, sourcing and proactive actions
When deciding who to follow on data management designs, make sure they're in touch with users' needs
Maturity of current systems at lower end of the scale, according to informal poll
Firms' internal cooperation and collaboration emerges as influence on data handling
Speakers shared guidance on data management innovation and drivers
IRD's editor tweeted live from the remarks by Mary Kotch of Validus at the Toronto Financial Information Summit
Upcoming Financial Information Summit conference shows data concerns heading in new direction
Efforts to raise data quality require both coordination of data processes and resources, and clearer definition of expectations in data modeling and contracting with service providers. Michael Shashoua reports on data managers' insights about how to…
Industry executives are looking to move away from their traditional use of data management resources and methods. Michael Shashoua reports that EDM, centralization and shifts in firms’ cultures are all being considered
Around the Toronto Financial Information Summit this week, talk about how to improve data quality and governance included the possibility that a major market blow-up would be required to hasten such efforts
Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua notes key themes discussed at the Toronto Financial Information Summit on June 10
Mark Persaud, US chief data officer, BMO Financial Group, delivered the afternoon keynote at the Toronto Financial Information Summit on June 10.
Developing data governance plans requires definitions, improvements in data quality and modeling, and consideration of authority for data operations. Michael Shashoua looks at how all these pieces may fit together
Firms have to muster the will and resources to act on data management improvements before advancing innovations, or even compliance efforts, according to several speakers and panelists at the Toronto Financial Information Summit on July 10.
Costs and resources for data management take precedence in reference data, so firms must develop a palette of strategies, centralization, sourcing and prioritization to make the most of what they have to work with
Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua reported live via Twitter on the address by John Clinkard, chief economist at Deutsche Bank Canada, at the Toronto Financial Information Summit on July 10
Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua reported live via Twitter from the morning keynote of the Toronto Financial Information Summit on July 10.
Canadian firms are starting to consider single data repositories spanning across their lines of business, due to risk management concerns, according to BMO executive
Canadian firms and regulators are debating whether proposed risk management policy makes the country’s market incompatible with global standards. Michael Shashoua reports on the industry’s preparations
At the recent Toronto Financial Information Summit, participants considered whether analytics, visualization, or management and governance techniques deserve the most attention as the industry seeks to comply with new regulation and standards. Michael…