This is Wall Street & Technology's February digital issue in which we look at how financial firms are increasing transparency in response to all of the new regulations they face. We examine how they're remodeling their data management, risk and analytics strategies, as well as the new regulatory environment that hedge funds are facing.
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In This Issue:
Data Management Makeover: Faced with calls for more transparency, financial firms are remodeling their risk and analytics strategies while dealing with flat budgets.
The Hedge Fund Transparency Challenge: New regulations and data reporting requirements have funds scrambling to aggregate data and calculate risk metrics.
The Future Of Data Management: In this exclusive video, Larry Tabb of TABB Group discusses how firms are adapting their data management processes to the post-financial-crisis environment.
Make Data Pay Off: It's not about amassing the largest data store, but rather investing in the mining and analysis of what you have to create value.
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