AxiomSL, the leading global provider of regulatory reporting, risk and data management solutions, today announced its Global CEO, Alex Tsigutkin, will be featured as a speaker at Sibos 2017 Toronto, an annual banking and financial conference organized by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication. AxiomSL will also operate a booth during Sibos where participants can learn more about the company and participate in their 4th Annual Putting Tournament.
Mr. Tsigutkin’s session, “Leveraging Data Lineage to Streamline and Optimize Business Process,” will be held on October 18 from 11:30 AM-12:00 PM in Open Theatre 2. During this session, Mr. Tsigutkin will discuss data linage as the cornerstone of data governance and its role as the “GPS function” of an organization. Today, many financial executives believe regulators will continue to increase requirements for data capabilities, but only a few firms have begun to use data strategically to streamline and optimize business process and, ultimately, support business growth. Mr. Tsigutkin will provide advice and best practices for CEOs and senior executives to move their firms into a data-driven governance strategy while ensuring these initiatives can succeed in a cost-effective and sustainable manner.
A survey AxiomSL conducted earlier this year of 132 senior-level risk and regulatory executives in North America and Asia-Pacific revealed widespread mistrust of their organizations’ data, and both regions cited inadequate data lineage and process governance as the top reason.
AxiomSL will operate booth H-04 at Sibos, where executives will be on-hand to provide attendees with information about AxiomSL’s enterprise data management platform for regulatory reporting, risk and capital analytics, as well as new and upcoming regulations that impact the financial services industry. The booth will also feature a putting green where attendees can win prizes such as a GoPro, Beats Speaker and Amazon Echo.
Sibos will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre between October 16-19, 2017.