Last week Chris Kentouris, a colleague over at our sister publication Securities Technology Monitor, wrote a nice article we picked up at Information Management. Her story concerned the search for what amounts to a U.S. government chief data officer to keep an eye on Wall Street and other investment/financial firms that lately required many billions of unfunded dollars to prop up.
Officially, the job is called director of the Office of Financial Research, the new department my colleague reported will be responsible for financial data collection and risk analysis to thwart the next ill-advised globe-threatening investment idea.
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