Refinitiv has named Sherry Madera as global head of industry and government affairs with a view to enhancing its engagement across government, policy initiatives, industry trends and regulatory developments. Madera joins Refinitiv from the City of London Corporation and has over 20 years’ experience across both the public and private sectors, including corporate finance, banking, asset management and, more recently, global policy leadership and advocacy in financial and professional services. At Refinitiv, Madera and her team will engage with customers, industry groups, regulators and governments to help tackle key customer challenges and advocate for fair, efficient and sustainable financial markets.
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Don’t miss this opportunity to view the recording of this recently held webinar. Timestamping and clock synchronisation have been embedded in the EU by Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and are also a requirement of the US SEC Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT). The webinar will discuss how well firms have realised the...
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has created the role of chief data officer to tackle change and develop the Commission’s data management strategy and priorities; enable data analytics to support enforcement, examinations, and policymaking; and ensure that the agency collects only the data it needs to fulfil its mission and can effectively secure the...
As investment management firms take on more responsibility and control over core operational functions, A-Team has seen demand for a more buy-side oriented event focused on data and data management. The inaugural DMS Boston will take place in June 2020, and will focus on topics of interest to buy-side practitioners.
Want to get a handle on Solvency II and what it means for data management? Need to make sure you have all the bases covered for the looming January 2016 deadline? Our Solvency II Data Management Handbook is now available for free download to help you. This Handbook is the ultimate guide to all things...