Data Governance Overview – delivered by Experian

Aug 19, 2020

Data Governance Overview – delivered by Experian  4 September 2020 10:30 – 11:30

The SIO Process Optimisation and Data Working Group have worked with Experian to bring this webinar.

Target Audience: Ideal for those in a role that is responsible for Data, in an oversight/governance role. Also, a great introduction for those who either have aspirations to work in a Data role or in a role that supports the oversight framework within their organisation.

Join us as we look at how Experian have evolved and created a set of principles for success around Data Governance.

Data Governance plays a vital role in getting more value out of your data. Planning how you use data so that it is handled consistently throughout the business will support your business outcomes. Experian’s Data Office has the focus to drive both governance of data and value through data. 

We are delighted to have Andy Willis, Director of Data Insight, Diane Sawyer, Head of Data Architecture, Standard and Controls and Curtis White, Data Standard and Controls, to tell us about Experian’s journey and principles for success around data governance. They will be joined by Robin Sinclair, First State Investments, to cover:

  1. Strategic overview and rationale for the formation of the Experian Data Office
  2. Key objectives and areas for focus in the formation of the Data Governance function
  3. Deep-dive into key Data Governance priorities:
  4. Governance and the Asset Mgt industry - How is Data Governance relevant to environmental, societal and governance scores for investment decisions?
  5. Q&A and Close

SIO Members can register for the webinar by logging into the members section, clicking on the Events Tab and selecting this webinar. 

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