Posts Tagged ‘financial services data’

Initiating a Data Governance Program in Financial Services

Previously, I discussed the components needed to design a data governance strategy. This post will describe in detail, how to initiate the data governance program. The first step in implementing an enterprise data governance program is conducting a comprehensive assessment of all data related policies, processes, standards, repositories, and usage. Determining the major pain points […]

Components of a Data Governance Strategy in Financial Services

Previously, I analyzed the types of data in a governance program for financial services companies. In this post, I discuss the components needed to design a data governance strategy. A comprehensive program to manage data consists of a number of components: Data Strategy & Architecture A firm-wide repository (data dictionary) should be constructed to catalog […]

[Guide] Designing a Data Governance Program in Financial Services

Data is the lifeblood of any company. It is the basis of management decision-making, regulatory supervision, taxation, and investor and market behavior. In recent years, firms have recognized data as an independent asset that should be managed and leveraged to fully reap its benefits. As firms began to recognize the power of data for its […]

New Data Shows Why Consumers Change Banks

We know that banks and credit unions have long relied on inertia as one of the primary forces that kept consumers from switching. You literally had to be driven away by horrible service or high fees – it was just way too much of a hassle to change accounts, get new checks and set up […]