Financial services companies know they need to fulfill regulatory and compliance-driven data requirements. To meet those requirements, effective master data management (MDM) is critical. But even within one domain of data, managing master data for a growing and evolving financial services company can be complicated.
Join us July 28 at 1 PM ET for a joint webinar from Profisee and public accounting, consulting and technology firm Crowe LLP, , you’ll learn how financial services companies can adapt and modernize their data strategies to meet changing regulatory requirements, business goals, and customer needs.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Internalize specific use cases where MDM can be applied directly within the business
- Understand how MDM best practices contribute to a governance-enabled digital transformation of banking operations
- Realize how MDM intersects with diverse and emerging areas such as digital transformation, data analytics, machine learning, ESG, and more.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Malcolm Hawker: Former Gartner Analyst and Profisee Head of Data Strategy Malcolm Hawker will take questions on all things MDM, data governance and more. Malcolm recently joined Profisee as Head of Data Strategy after spending nearly three years at Gartner while leading and co-authoring the Gartner® Master Data Management Magic Quadrant™, the industry’s most authoritative report on MDM vendors and the direction of the market. Malcolm is a recognized thought leader and one of the industry’s foremost authorities on the topics of data governance and MDM program management, vendors and technologies as well as MDM’s role within an overall enterprise information management strategy.
Mohammad Nasar: Mohammad Nasar is a principal in the consulting group at Crowe. He specializes in business intelligence, data warehousing, and delivering advanced data analytics solutions. Mohammad has more than 14 years of experience providing business intelligence and data solutions, particularly in the areas of Bank Secrecy Act anti-money laundering (BSA/AML) data integration, regulatory compliance reporting, and customer analytics.