Duration: 1 Hour
The data that organizations generate can offer unique intelligence to help them make better investment decisions. But it is only useful if it can be properly identified and managed within appropriate infrastructure. There are also costs associated with data management, so decisions need to be made over its storage and control.
Talking points in this webinar
- How to build a robust data management infrastructure – and the benefits of doing so?
- The latest developments in data management – making it work for your organization
- How data collection and analysis will continue to evolve in the coming years
- The most common mistakes organizations make in data management projects
This webinar includes a panel discussion with a local player on their data challenges, solutions and some lessons learned.
Howie San, CFA
Domain Manager, Data Management & Connectivity, SimCorp
Howie is an industry veteran having undertaken his first financial IT project in 1987, working for Coopers and Lybrand Associates implementing Quasar at Henderson’s. Since then he has held a number of product management roles in the banking and technology sectors, including stints at Logica, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Thomson Financial, GFI, Dealogic, and most recently Citigroup. He has wide experience in data management from both a data vendor and solution provider background. He is now leading SimCorp’s new managed data service DataCare.
Principal – Practice Lead, Data Management, Cutter Associates
With over 30 years of experience in the investment management industry. Arnold Wachs brings extensive business and technical knowledge to his role leading the Cutter Associates Data Management practice. Arnold advises clients on data governance and data management tools, practices, and architecture. Prior to joining Cutter Associates, Arnold worked for a number of industry firms including ITG, BlackRock, Charles River Development, Fidelity Investments, and State Street Global Advisors.