Some goods can improve over the years and benefit from storing and safekeeping; others quickly spoil and can have adverse side effects when used past their due date. The difference between a good Bordeaux or Barolo and freshly caught fish can be illustrative in looking at historical data. Good wine ages well and develops new depth, flavors and fragrances over time. There is gr ...
The valuation imperative - Part III
The valuation imperative: Part II
The valuation imperative
Financial data management: key themes and the road ahead
Adoption of the LEI code as an example of workflow complexity reduction
The recent announcement from the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) that over half of front office staff spend 27% of their working week onboarding new client organisations highlights today’s wide-spread challenges around data set-up and data quality. The research shows that 50% of financial institutions use, on average, four identifiers to help identify client ...
The New Data Model
EDM & Data Sourcing (Part II)
EDM & Data Sourcing (Part I)
Inflection Point: Innovating Business Enablement and Compliance through improved Financial Data Management