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After years of neglect, data is now coming to the forefront in financial institutions’ plans for the future. Driven both by a growing awareness of the commercial value of data, and the need to have quality, consistent data readily available for regulatory reporting, as well as regulatory scrutiny on data itself, firms have woken up to the need to ensure their data is of the highest possible quality, consistent across their organization, and managed by strong and effective governance processes.

Representatives from established financial institutions are joining hands to be part of Marcus Evans’s Data Quality and Consistency in Financial Institutions conference scheduled on the 1st-3rd November 2016 in Singapore.

Among the topics covered will be on managing the impact of regulatory expectations and reporting requirements on your data, working with the business to improve data quality and consistency and creating strong definitions and dictionaries to better manage the data

Top speakers include Joan Tay (Executive Director, Data Management, DBS), Anoop Nambiar (Chief Data Officer, HSBC Insurance), Raveendra Bharadwaj (Chief Data Architect, Asset Management, Deutsche Bank), Anthony Devassy (Head, Information Management and Chief Data, SBI General Insurance), Mohammed Rahim (Head, Data Governance & Policy, Standard Chartered), Ram Kumar (SVP and Head of Data and Analytics fo`r Emerging, QBE Insurance),Benedict Silveries Mathias (VP, Strategy & Planning, Asia Data Centres, Citibank) and Bernadeth Lucanas (VP, Enterprise Data Architect, OCBC).

One of the key takeaways from this conference would be to equip delegates with the tools to ensure that their data of their organization is of the highest possible level of quality and consistency.

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