IHS Markit research among asset managers in Europe and North America shows an industry segment becoming more strategic in its approach to data management, but not immune to problems including mounting fees, rising costs and demanding regulations. The research notes 52% of firms use the cloud for data management and a further 28% plan to migrate in the next 18 months. Almost half of firms will have a data warehouse within two years, but two-thirds report that business teams have limited/no visibility of where data came from, who touched it, how it was altered and where it went.
A-Team Insight Briefs
The regulation clock is ticking. Financial firms, especially those subject to Phase I of implementation, are well aware of the impending April 2020 deadline for the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation. The question is, are they ready? Tactical, i.e painful, approaches to compliance won’t be good enough. A strategic plan of attack is necessary to combat...
Bloomberg has launched a new managed service, Data License Plus (DL+), to aggregate a client’s Bloomberg data into a single dataset, enabling users to explore and interact with it through a web-based user interface. The new service aims to make DL data easier to access throughout the enterprise, while reducing the need for data processing....
Now in its 9th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London explores how financial institutions are shifting from defensive to offensive data management strategies, to improve operational efficiency and revenue enhancing opportunities. We’ll be putting the business lens on data and deep diving into the data management capabilities needed to deliver on business outcomes.
High-profile and punitive penalties handed out to large financial institutions for non-compliance with Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations have catapulted entity data management up the business agenda. So, too, have industry and government reports on the staggering sums of money laundered on a global basis. Less apparent, but equally important, are...