Vietnam’s Data Privacy Decree: the Tip of the Global Compliance Iceberg

on Jun 10, 2021

"The only way that complex multi-nationals can ensure their compliance is by keeping up with these continual updates to data privacy rules. In order to prepare for any legislative checks on their compliance, firms need to ensure a flexible and innovative approach to operational data management which can be called on to give a comprehensive picture at any time."

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Topics: Regulatory Compliance, Data Privacy, APAC

IBOR Transformation – Impact on your Regulated Data Estate?

on Aug 3, 2020

There has been a lot of scandal-driven regulatory change in the last 10 years, this is no less true for the reforms to Interbank Offer Rate (IBOR). Benchmark rigging in the US$350 trillion interest rate markets was the catalyst for a move away from the British Banking Association’s London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) calculation to alternative Risk-Free Rates (RFRs). 

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Topics: Data Lineage, Metadata Management, Data Management, APAC

MAS 610/1003: Turning Challenges into Opportunities?

on Jul 23, 2020

In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, regulators have, unsurprisingly, followed the lead of their central bank cousins. One consequence is that transformational regulation, like MAS 610 and 1003, has been delayed. This wise course of action affords banks the chance to ensure they have every opportunity to comply and avoid the consequences of not doing so. 

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Topics: Regulatory Compliance, Data Lineage, Metadata Management, APAC