The current driver for data governance in financial firms is regulation. Until recently, many firms viewed a strong data governance culture and framework as a best-endeavours objective. Although advocates of data management know that business benefits exist from a strategic approach to data governance, such benefits are often intangible or problematic to articulate to senior management.
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