In Person


Date: Monday, 8 April - Tuesday, 9 April
Location: Americas
Venue: Westin Copley Place, Boston

For 20 years and counting, data management executives across the finance industry come to FIMA to benchmark, network, and learn with their peers. What started off as 20 people in a room discussing the future of financial data management has transformed into 300+ industry executives inspiring and connecting with one another.

Now, it’s time for you to see what FIMA is all about. Join the world’s leading data management conference and be a part of where the future of financial services is headed.

On 8th of April at 12:25pm-1:30pm, our EVP for Reference Data, Linda Coffman, is going to moderate a lunch roundtable discussion – Advancing Data Strategies: Insights from Data Leaders

In today’s data-driven landscape, organisations are continuously striving to enhance their data strategies to meet evolving business requirements. This industry roundtable brings together data leaders to examine effective ways to advance data business cases and execute best practices.

The discussion will revolve around key topics:

  • Aligning data initiatives with business goals
  • Securing investment from key stakeholders for data initiatives
  • Effectively communicating the dollar value of data quality
  • Managing integration cost within your business case
  • Evaluating risk associated with new data platforms or data sources

Whether you’re a seasoned data professional or an executive looking to drive data-driven transformation within your organisation, you can expect to gain valuable perspectives on harnessing the power of a data-driven culture within your business.

Please contact us to book a meeting or if you would like to join us for the private lunch (subject to availability).

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Need more information, please contact:
Ines Pascoal Neves on +44 (0)7500010381