How to Govern the Ungovernable
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  Elaine Hanley   Elaine Hanley
Offering Manager


Tuesday, April 19, 2016
10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Level:  Introductory

In response to the financial crisis, regulatory bodies, such as the SEC, continue to refine the specification of the information needs that allow future financial problems to be foreseen in time to react. With the complexity of some financial products, particularly in the financial market area, a need has emerged to understand and disambiguate the components of financial trade, The OMG has started the ratification of a the EDMC standard called FIBO. This session addresses how a Financial Institution can adopt this new standard and make use of an industry model to identify the technical resources that can be used to support the reporting requirements — and in the process bring better understanding of the risk that the institution is carrying.

Elaine has spent over 20 years in Information Management - from developing products that provide enterprise data warehouses to designing information strategies for retail, banking, financial markets and insurance. She graduated from Trinity College, Dublin with a degree in Software Engineering, followed by a Masters in Computer Applications from Dublin City University. After a career working on the engineering side of developing information management products, Elaine turned to managing the business with Offering Management, where she is currently Offering Manager for Banking, Financial Markets and Insurance Industry Models with IBM.

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