Transforming Financial Institutions through Data Governance

Transforming Financial Institutions through Data Governance

A WBR digital whitepaper presented in conjunction with the Financial Information Management Association (FIMA)

Although data management practices have been around almost since the inception of the computer, data governance has only become a central strategic priority for financial institutions over the past few years. The catalysts for this relatively novel emphasis on data governance are rooted in two of the financial industry’s most fundamental values: minimizing risk and enhancing value from business intelligence.

In the Transforming Financial Institutions through Data Governance white paper, you’ll learn how financial institutions are leveraging a repeatable data governance framework that encompasses three key elements – people, processes, and technology – to move data across their organizations.

Specifically, this paper highlights:

  • How financial institutions are addressing the challenges and opportunities of data governance and which investments and competencies they are prioritizing as they build their own programs
  • How organizations perceive the security and quality of their own data
  • How financial institutions are improving their organizational alignment to facilitate better data governance and how they are tracking success.

Read the paper and understand how the development and implementation of data governance policies, procedures and best practices can help you more effectively manage the availability, quality and security of your organization’s information assets.

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