This past year has been a variety of regulations mean banks, traders, brokers, big insurers, asset managers and other market participants restructure their data management systems and completely reassess internal resources.
From the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid II) to the second payments directive and of course General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), firms have come under significant strain of late.
Now markets are divided, between those chasing compliance, forced to back report and weave together data; and those on top of their reporting requirements, but keen to pull competitive edge from the data.
This Friday, bobsguide will be hosting an exclusive breakfast briefing in central London to discuss and dissect ways in which firms are utilising their trade and other forms of data.
To apply for registration, email Emily Mackenzie.