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Bloomberg and UBS Settle Legal Dispute About Breaches of Data Licensing Agreements

The recent settlement of a long-running legal dispute between Bloomberg and UBS highlights the dangers of omitting to put in place watertight data licensing agreements. The settlement, reached on September 30, 2020, finally put to bed arguments over whether the bank breached redistribution clauses of its licensing agreements with Bloomberg. The dispute centred on two…

Fund Managers Need a New Approach to Data to Overcome the Coronavirus Crisis

By Angie Walker, Global Head of Capital Markets Business Development at R3. Businesses across the globe have implemented digital transformation strategies on an unprecedented scale as they battle against the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic – and fund managers are no exception. Fundamental digital transformation requires a totally new approach to the way in which data…

Live at Data Management Summit USA Virtual – Day Two Keynote and Q&As

A-Team Group’s Data Management Summit USA Virtual Day Two was based on the theme of best practices for data driven strategies in today’s new normal. The day started with an informative live keynote from Arvind Joshi, director of data management at Scotiabank, on how to establish data quality for analytics. This was followed by three…

DMS US Virtual Goes Live with a Practitioner Innovation Keynote and Real-Time Q&As

A-Team Group’s Data Management Summit USA Virtual kicked off today with a hugely insightful live practitioner innovation keynote followed by two live, and lively, Q&A sessions packed with audience questions and answered by the day’s expert keynote and panel speakers. Andrew Delaney, president and chief content officer at A-Team, hosted today’s live sessions of the…

The Data Scientist and the Black Swan

Just a quick reminder to join our Data Management Summit USA Virtual next week and hear from some of the best speakers in the business. Keynote speakers include Linda Coffman, executive vice president at The SmartStream RDU, and Harry Chopra, chief client officer at AxiomSL. Coffman will discuss ‘data scientists in disguise’, with a view…

Adapting your Data Strategy and Best Data Management Practices for Today’s New Normal

Many data managers are having to work fast to adapt their data strategy to today’s new normal and are finding that this is providing a catalyst for change and digital transformation. This crucial theme is something we’ll explore in detail with many of the industry’s leading practitioners from HSBC Securities Services, UBS Asset Management, Société Générale, Scotiabank, Black…

Recorded Webinar: How Financial Institutions can adjust to working in the New Normal

The very sudden impact of Covid-19 and resultant shutdown of physical sites has stress-tested financial institutions and vendors to their limits. Now banks and firms are slowly starting to re-open offices. But what will the new normal look like and what steps should you be taking now to make the most of this situation? This…

OneTrust Launches Schrems II Solutions After Landmark EU Judgement

The landmark decision in July from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on Schrems II has changed the way that organisations must manage personal data transfers – creating a whole raft of new challenges that firms must urgently address. To legally transfer personal data from the EU to a third country, it…

ESMA Affirms Importance of Data-Driven Strategy for EU Digital Finance Initiative

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s securities markets regulator, has submitted a response to the European Commission’s (EC) consultation on a new digital finance strategy for the European Union (EU), in which it reiterates the crucial importance of a data-driven financial services sector. Benefits of digitalisation, according to ESMA, would include increased speed,…

Volker’s Rules: What’s the Current Deal with Exchange Data Fees?

By Volker Lainer, VP Product Management, GoldenSource. Last week, the SEC and the US Justice department dotted the i’s and cross the t’s on an agreement that will lead to greater scrutiny of the fees charged by stock exchanges for market data. The move represents the latest attempt to try and resolve a long running…