In another step forward for sustainability reporting at COP27, the Climate Data Steering Committee (CDSC) announced their final recommendations for the Net-Zero Data Public Utility (NZDPU or Utility). The accompanying white paper lays out the key challenges ahead and highlights the foundational data that will be required for a successful launch.
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published a feedback statement on open insurance following a discussion paper and a public consultation, summarising stakeholder responses and EIOPA’s reactions.
How does Turkey measure up in a machine-readable world? At a national level, Turkey doesn’t release collected data to the public to enable analysis – however, a public sector effort at a different level is trying to fill in the gaps.
The past few months have demonstrated just how important timely, accurate data is to making the right policy decisions – and how a lack of coherent data can even cause significant damage.
At a recent forum the Financial Services Commission (FSC) Vice Chairman Sohn Byung-doo called on industry players to ‘open up their data assets as much as possible’ to enable innovation in financial services.
What would a world where data was restricted by borders look like? This week the Bank of England’s blog, Bank Underground, explored the threat that fragmentation in the global data supply chain could pose to financial services.
Inspired by the early success of Open Banking, in a paper this week the Bank of England(BoE) explores a vision for open data across the whole economy. The Bank thinks it could help close a £22bn funding gap for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in that country. Data has unique properties that make it more beneficial to access […]
By the end of 2019 Indonesia aims to better integrate nation-wide financial reporting, strengthening the coordination between different financial services with an initiative that will mandate digital reporting and data sharing.
This week the EU agreed upon a revision to the Directive on the re-use of public sector information. The new Directive, the Open Data and Public Sector Information Directive, will require member states to make public sector and publicly funded data open and available for re-use. The Directive includes materials held by public sector bodies at […]
Smart analysts and investors leverage structured data to improve efficiency, reduce costs and increase the accuracy of analysis. This half-day forum on 1st November 2017 provides practical information about where you can get structured data on US and non-US companies, on who’s using this data today, and a step-by-step discussion on how to get started […]