Filling In the Blanks

Fest, Glenn
November 2005
Bank Technology News;Nov2005, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p49
Trade Publication
Reports on the factors contributing to expected growth of bank spending for improved quality in the U.S. Impact of comparing sufficient volume of historical data on causing hindrance to effective risk management; Weakness of handling poor information in cross-industry estimates; Aim of turning disparate sources across products, divisions and legacy databases into a unified view of a customer.


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