Buy-side institutions need to be prepared to function at the highest possible level if they suffer a serious disruptive event like a natural disaster, and one way they can be ready for such circumstances is by developing emergency systems to manage their key data.
Emergency management systems crucial
A recent research paper in Geophysical Research Abstracts noted the importance of establishing these crucial resources, providing further information on how organizations can potentially harness resource-independent data management systems.
The document noted the critical role that data plays in enabling effective decision making. In addition, the paper spoke to how crucial information is for providing forecasts. Predicting what will happen in the future is absolutely crucial to buy-side financial institutions like investment managers.
In order to ensure proper functionality, the authors of the paper stated that an emergency data management system must have robust capabilities. Such an infrastructure should be easy to use, capable of handling large volumes of information and work consistently.
Data governance plays important role
It is important to keep in mind that for one of these emergency systems to function effectively, they must have information that is accurate, relevant and high-quality. Buy-side financial institutions can help ensure that their data meets these requirements by setting up the proper data governance framework.
If one of these firms establishes the proper policies and procedures for their key information, doing so will enable them to ensure that their data maintains its integrity. Buy-side financial institutions that want to do this in the right way might want to put a set of definitive processes in place so that they can verify their data and correct any errors that are found through these efforts.
It is important to keep in mind that if institutions such as asset managers, fund managers, custodian banks and insurance firm leverage data that is not accurate, their decision making will suffer. Therefore, ensuring that they have the proper policies and procedures for verifying their key information is of the utmost importance.
Once they have this in place, the academic paper noted that there are some specific steps that organizations can take to ensure that their emergency data management system has the staff it needs. A data manager can contribute to the project by conducting the needed data activities. A service manager could set up the needed data protocols, and a fault tolerance manager could scrutinize the platform and ensure that it has high functionality.
Buy-side financial institutions that want to maintain the trust of their clients may want to put significant due diligence into setting up contingency plans such as emergency data management systems.
- More Questions Than Answers: The BMR Saga Rumbles On
- Usage of Microsoft Teams is Surging – Is your Surveillance Program Ready?
- RIMES in the Time of Corona: Making Sense of Volatility
- Asset Management Firms are Changing their Data Management Approach in Response to Increasing Market Data Costs, RIMES’ Survey Reveals
- COVID-19 and ETFs: July Market Update