Mutual fund company Vanguard Group has implemented an enterprise data management platform using BMC Software’s Log Master for DB2. The platform streamlines the firm’s complex data environment into a single repository. The data relates to shareholder accounts, and was previously stored in multiple database, files, tapes and platforms. Vanguard has around $800 billion under management and 18 million shareholder accounts.
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Vanguard Group Opts for BMC For Data Management
With the implementation of the new Investment Firms Prudential Regime (IFPR), the FCA is aiming to streamline and simplify the prudential requirements for solo-regulated investment firms in the UK. Under the new regime, all MiFID authorized, Collective Portfolio Management Investment Firms (i.e. UK UCITS ManCo and Alternative Investment Fund Management Firms permitted to undertake Additional Activities)...
IHS Markit has released a data dictionary designed to help business users gain greater visibility of their data. The Data Dictionary has a web-based interface that allows users to see what data is available within their organisation, and a portal that includes data governance metadata covering how the data is defined, where it has come...
Now in its 5th year, the RegTech Summit in NYC explores how the North American financial services industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
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