The financial services industry - including insurance and asset management - is undergoing a shift towards seeing data as an asset and embracing cloud technology. The Covid-19 pandemic has acted as a catalyst for these changes as organisations have been forced to adapt to a new way of working.
In the latest episode of the Coeo Conversations Podcast, we chat to M&G's Head of Data Services - Nick Anderton - about their approach to data governance, the challenges of data ownership in finance companies and their Power BI journey so far.
In today’s data-rich landscape, private equity firms, financiers and insurers who already collect vast quantities of information can use it to gain a competitive advantage.
Off-payroll working rules - known as IR35 - are due to undergo a significant change in April 2020, which will see the responsibility for determining tax status shift from employee to employer. Here's more about the legislation and the options for your business.
According to a survey by Verizon, the financial services industry experiences 35% of total data breaches. This is the highest percentage of any sector. It’s therefore unsurprising that many industry commentators are saying that cyber security is now a top priority.
At the end of February Coeo's Finance Chief Data Officers' Network met at the Gherkin in London for their quarterly roundtable meeting, based on the findings of our insurance whitepaper.
The insurance industry is a sector built on data and, with the increasing amounts being generated, data mastery and digital technology will become vital parts of the insurance process.
This is a guest post by Tom Austin from Coeo partners Redgate Software.
The financial services industry is heavily regulated, complicated, and challenging in IT terms. Conversely, it’s also the industry that has the most to gain from DevOps initiatives.