December 22, 2010 – As new global regulatory reform dominated 2010, transparency, global entity identifiers, systemic risk monitoring, were among the top twenty five scenarios that became popular in the data management arena this year, according to a report issued Tuesday by the Enterprise Data Management Council, the trade group representing Wall Street’s largest data management experts.

Among the top twenty five unpopular ones: Asymetry; international business entity identifiers; data fragmentation and bespoke transactions.

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