Markit: Dirty data, risk management and the asset manager

Data is becoming a bigger focus for asset managers as regulators seek clarity and assurances around risk management.

Just last month the SEC was floating a proposal to get more data, and this against a background of regulators assessing whether asset managers and funds are systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs).

If firms want their risk management to be truly effective, then a significant part of the effort needs to focus on managing data. Historically this simply hasn’t

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