Firms can use regulatory data to boost business, say tech professionals

Regulation might have spawned better data governance, but speakers at a recent conference said more could still be done

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Regulatory reforms such as Dodd-Frank and Fatca have resulted in better data governance across the financial services industry, but firms can still do more to extract additional value from their data assets, according to speakers at the Waters USA conference on December 8.

"When you think about all the data that is required for compliance and regulatory reporting to meet all the acronyms that keep us awake at night ─ Emir, Fatca, Basel III ─ that data has never been available in such a

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