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The SEC outlines ongoing commitment to data

In a recent speech, US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gary Gensler addressed the importance of digital data to fair, efficient, financial markets. Speaking at the 11th Annual Conference on Financial Market Regulation, Gensler highlighted the evolution of the SEC’s disclosure requirements.

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EBA presents main achievements in data and more

The European Banking Authority (EBA) recently unveiled the first part of its 2023 Annual Report, highlighting achievements from the past year amidst a backdrop of economic uncertainty. Published at the start of May, the report outlines EBA’s strides in implementing key regulatory frameworks and advancing data access.

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EBA’s data-driven risk assessment offers mixed indicators

The European Banking Authority (EBA) recently released its quarterly Risk Dashboard (RDB) for Q4 2023, offering insights into the financial health of the largest EU/EEA institutions. While the report highlights record-high levels of bank capitalisation and improved liquidity, it also signals early indications of credit quality deterioration.

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Data management in focus for EU ESG reporting

Investors in Europe are facing significant hurdles in managing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data, according to a recent survey from Bloomberg. The European ESG Data Trends Survey 2024, drawing responses from over 200 financial market participants across major European cities, underscores challenges surrounding ESG data coverage, quality and volume.

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Bank of England’s data and analytics strategy: a path to modernisation

James Benford, Executive Director for Data and Analytics Transformation and Chief Data Officer at the Bank of England, recently outlined the Bank’s ongoing journey to refresh its data and analytics strategy.

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Finance leaders don’t trust their data

Finance leaders are grappling with trust issues regarding their organisation’s financial data, reveals a recent survey by BlackLine. The survey, conducted among over 1,300 C-suite and senior finance professionals across seven global markets, found that nearly 40% of CFOs lack complete trust in the accuracy of their own financial data.

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EIOPA looks to unlock the power of data

In a recent keynote speech at the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) Conference the organisation’s Chairperson Petra Hielkema highlighted the role of data in steering the future of supervision. The speech emphasised the need for collaborative efforts, innovative approaches, and access to data to harness its potential.

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How many decisions do you make in a day?

How many decisions do you make in a day? Hundreds? Maybe thousands? Of course, it all depends what you mean by a decision, and estimates vary between 27 and 35,000… But one thing is clear: humans are decision makers. And that means humans need data.

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FRC explores the new ESG data landscape

The landscape for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) data is rapidly evolving, and understanding how it is currently used, and how that is likely to change in the near future, is crucial.

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Interoperable data is the key to better carbon emissions reporting

The accurate reporting of greenhouse gas emissions is essential for driving sustainability in both countries and corporations, argues Liv Watson (senior digitisation advisor for Capitals Coalition) and Marian Van Pelt (senior vice president of climate and clean energy at ICF International) in a recent article.

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