A panel of experts discuss how improved data governance can provide business benefits for insurers
Data is becoming increasingly important for the insurance industry and the wider financial sector.
New regulations, such as Solvency II in Europe, are leading to stringent data requirements, while the volume and sources of data within organisations have increased significantly.
These developments are leading to a demand for enhanced data governance and quality frameworks.
Today's webinar, hosted in conjunction with Invoke, will look at how improved data governance can provide business benefits for insurers.
The discussion will explore:
The panel comprises:
Moderator: Michael Faulkner, editor, Insurance Risk
Stewart Gray, group financial risk director, Standard Life
Roger Dix, chief risk officer, Wesleyan Assurance Society
Simon Gadd, group chief risk officer, Legal & General Group
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