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Data Management and Governance

Anything that can be used to better manage and govern data.

Barley Laing

Barley Laing UK Managing Director at Melissa

The damaging impact of poor quality data in the financial services sector

It has been estimated by MITSloan that the cumulative cost of inaccurate data is 15 to 25 per cent of revenue for most organisations. This is because poor quality data wastes resources, undermines everyday operations and communications – particularly personalised customer communications. It causes inefficiencies in both time and money in the creat...

/regulation /identity

Barley Laing

Barley Laing UK Managing Director at Melissa

Why those in financial services must spring clean their customer databases

With the cost of living crisis continuing and slow economic growth forecast for the remainder of the year, these are challenging times for financial institutions looking to drive growth. This makes it vital to ensure account holders continue to receive a standout experience, to prevent customer churn and drive profitability. Equally important is ...

/regulation /identity

Raymond Li

Raymond Li Head of Buyside and Private Markets Vertical APAC at FIS

Ensuring Accuracy, Ensuring Success: The Impact of Data Integrity on Asset Management

Executive Summary In the increasingly complex world of asset management, data integrity is paramount and underpins all facets of operations – from decision-making to regulatory compliance and investor satisfaction. As firms navigate the challenges of managing large volumes of data from diverse sources, the accuracy, completeness, consistency, and ...

/security /cloud

Mete Feridun

Mete Feridun Chair at EMU Centre for Financial Regulation and Risk

What does the FCA's Wholesale Data Market Study mean for the industry?

The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) recent Wholesale Data Market Study (MS23/1.5) underscores the pivotal role of wholesale data within the financial markets, highlighting its importance for a myriad of critical functions such as identifying investment opportunities, executing financial asset trades, making informed investment decisions, eval...

/wealth /markets

Joris Lochy

Joris Lochy Product Manager at Intix | Co-founder at Capilever

The Unseen Backbone of Banking: A Deep Dive into Matching and Reconciliation

Last year I celebrated two decades of immersion in IT, specifically within the Financial Services sector. During this period I have been a witness to remarkable transformations in banking and technology. The emergence of Fintech companies and their customer-centric approach, along with significant advancements in software engineering like Agile me...


Illia Pinchuk

Illia Pinchuk CEO at DICEUS

How to Implement a DWH for Banking: 10 Tips

If you want data to bring real value, you should consider how it is stored and processed. Being obliged to follow the ever-changing regulations of national banks and ministries of finance, banks require proper data management. Central repositories of banks' data, called data warehouses, must ensure this appropriate data management. However, most b...

/retail /wholesale

Clare Rowley

Clare Rowley Head of Business Operations at Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF)

Optimizing ISO 20022 for Cross-Border Payments: Why the LEI and BIC offer true Global Identification

Why the LEI and BIC are a Perfect Fit for a Truly Global Identification Scheme Challenges in the cross-border payments market include high costs, low speed, limited access, and insufficient transparency. In October 2020, the G20 endorsed a roadmap to enhance cross-border payments. The roadmap was developed by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) in...

/payments /regulation

Harriet Christie

Harriet Christie Chief Operating Officer at Mirrorweb

ChatGPT, compliance, and the impending wave of AI-fuelled content

As digitalization continues to permeate everyday life, data archiving has become increasingly vital for a variety of reasons. With the emergence of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence-powered chatbot, the landscape has again shifted dramatically. But what are the implications of this breakthrough, and how will it impact digital archiving? What is C...

/regulation /cloud

John Bevil

John Bevil Product Director, Capital Markets at Xceptor

How to automate your 'offline' reconciliations

Efficient and accurate reconciliations are critical for ensuring data consistency, enhancing client satisfaction, and reducing operational risks, primarily where multiple copies of the same trade data are held across financial institutions and their customers. Within the financial service industry, large-scale reconciliations platforms competently ...


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Retired Member 

Data Quality – The Tipping Point

“Data is a precious thing and will last longer than the systems themselves.” So said Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web. ‘Precious’ provided the data is indeed trustworthy and of assured and consistent quality. And customers indisputably have conceded to the fact that Data Quality indeed forms the foundation of all their data ma...

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