In information technology, in its most general sense, we often see adoption of new paradigms in academia and the intelligence/defense complex first, then in finance, and finally passing into other areas of the economy. Because of this, it is always useful to keep an eye on what is happening in these more innovative sectors. For instance, many years ago relational databases and data modeling followed this pathway to widespread adoption. Today, there is demand for a new level of data governance in finance, which has been expressed in something called BCBS 239. There is a very good chance that BCBS 239 will break out into the rest of the economy. As such, it is worth a close look at what this regulation is and just why it matters to all data management professionals.
Data Governance in Finance
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