Thursday, January 03, 2013

Maintaining Compliance with Dodd-Frank Act Requirements

One of the challenges for financial institutions attempting to adhere to the Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) is that required data is typically scattered across dozens of different applications and systems, often across multiple regions and time zones. Much of this structured information (RDBMS/database) is often kept in non-compliant databases that reside under custom applications that offer little or no controls for data compliance, recordkeeping, long term retention, or defensible disposal.

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