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20/20 in 2020 – How to Gain Value from your Unstructured Data

Is your organisation looking to get better visibility of its unstructured data and gain value from the data? If the answer is yes, look no further and find out how to do this by joining a keynote that will be presented by Tony Brownlee, president of Kingland, at A-Team Group’s Data Management Summit in New…

Kingland Innovates to Meet Market Need for More Effective and Efficient Data Usage

Kingland is responding to financial institutions’ growing desire to use and manage their data to better effect and greater efficiency with the provision of solutions including artificial intelligence (AI) and text analytics. It is also focusing on firms’ ongoing challenges around core functionality such as entity data management for Know Your Customer (KYC), enterprise risk…

Active Legal Entity Identifiers Set to Top 1.5 Million by End 2019

The Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) is forecast to pass the 1.5 million mark of active identifiers in the fourth quarter of this year, another landmark for the LEI, which has seen relatively slow adoption despite capital markets participants’ calls for data standards. The fourth quarter forecast is made in the Global LEI Foundation’s (GLEIF’s) second…

Using Data Lineage to Manage Regulatory Compliance and Financial Reporting

By Mark Hermeling, Chief Technology Officer at Asset Control. Within data management, data lineage is increasingly becoming an important capability. From pinpointing the origins of data to how it evolves over time allows a wide range of sectors to achieve a clear view of their data, track the data exactly, and use it to assist…

Entity Data Management Handbook – Fifth Edition

Welcome to the fifth edition of A-Team Group’s Entity Data Management Handbook, sponsored for the fourth year running by entity data specialist Bureau van Dijk, a Moody’s Analytics Company. The past year has seen a crackdown on corporate responsibility for financial crime – with financial firms facing draconian fines for non-compliance and the very real…

Acuris Partners with SILO Compliance for AML Data Drive

Acuris Risk Intelligence, a provider of data intelligence around anti-money laundering, anti-corruption and cyber security, has joined forces with due diligence management specialist SILIO Compliance System to enhance data capabilities. The partnership will give SILO Compliance users access to the Acuris Risk Intelligence dataset KYC6, including fraud and cybersecurity content, through an online portal that…

Cbus Chooses Matrix for Data Management

Cbus, Australia’s largest superannuation fund for the building, construction and allied industries, has chosen Matrix Solutions to provide investment management software to aggregate and analyze investment data from a wide variety of sources in order to improve decision making and reduce operational risks. Neil Lotter, Matrix CEO, comments: “We are delighted to be working with…

Datactics Funnels Funding into AI technology, Staff Hires and International Expansion

Datactics is planning technology, staff and international expansion following the conclusion of a £1.2 million funding round led by The Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Group Fund and new investor Edinburgh-based Par Equity. Investments in technology and people include an extension of Datactics’ data quality solutions platform and set up of a dedicated artificial intelligence…

MarkLogic Responds to the Data Management Challenges of GDPR

This week’s big reveal of the ICO’s intention to fine British Airways £183.39 million for infringements of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sent shock waves through industry, with an aftershock coming later in the week when the ICO issued a second notice, this time noting its intention to fine Marriott International £99,200,396 for GDPR breaches….

Regulators Double Down on BCBS 239 Data Quality Focus

The European Central Bank (ECB) and other financial services regulators will increase their focus on improving the quality of data they receive from financial institutions over the next 24 months. Speakers at the Vermeg Annual Regulatory Reporting Conference, held in London in late June, said regulators are analysing the quality of the Basel III data…