To Mitigate Data Risk, Go To the Source

Preiss, Scott
May 2006
Bank Technology News;May2006, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p54
Trade Publication
The article reports on the risk management of data in financial firms. New risk management rules are mandating companies for a close scrutiny in their data quality. With data and risk managers, compliance officers and executives are on the hook for possible lapses in data management. Firms are shifting to primary sources of data to safeguard the information that are important in their systems.


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