Business and operational management of data content has become a top priority for the most vital American financial institutions. From big banks to mortgage lenders, there is an effort currently sweeping the industry to overhaul and – just as importantly – align data standards in a way that is efficient and understandable nationwide. For the first time, the financial industry is being transparent regarding data quality, both internally and externally. Firms are developing a 360 degree view of issues such as customer data, loan life cycle and security data, allowing business partners to develop stronger products, maintain better customer relationships and have a deeper knowledge of overall risk position. Reduction in overall data interfaces and databases as well as the complexity of the overall environment opens the door for tens of millions in cost savings for financial firms embracing data management as an agent of change. Simply put, improved data management standards and techniques are mitigating risk for financial firms and increasing stability for an industry that is obviously critical to our nation’s economical structure.
2:20pm Big Data: Wall Street Style by Jen Zeralli and Jeff Sternberg
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