Experts Unite to Give Guidance on Risk Reduction Through Data Assurance to Irish Financial Services Community Wednesday 31 October 2007 PDF Print CGI, PwC and Datanomic to Host Seminar for Irish Financial Services Community Opening Remarks from the Chief Executive of the Irish Banking Federation Presentation from Int’l Association of Information and Data Quality CGI, PwC and data quality specialists, Datanomic Ltd have joined together for a free seminar for the Irish financial services community, enabling delegates to gain better understanding into strategies for reducing risk through data assurance. The short seminar, which will be held from 5:00-6:30pm on 20 November 2007 at the Institute of Bankers, Conference and Exhibition Centre in Dublin, will include opening remarks from Pat Farrell, Chief Executive of the Irish Banking Federation, as well as a presentation by Daragh O Brien, VP Recruitment & Publicity for the IAIDQ and Convenor of the IQ Network. Data assurance is a critical element in managing risk and regulatory compliance. The seminar will not only provide delegates with insight into the efficiency and effectiveness of organisational control frameworks, but will also outline a roadmap for delivery, including how to unearth the elusive and often hidden return on investment. Organisations often turn a blind eye to data quality and the impact poor quality has on their many processes and programs. Companies are facing multiple pressures from existing and emerging legislation, such as Basel II, MiFID and the 3rd EU Money Laundering Directive. The seminar will discuss vigilant data protection controls vs. financial risk, improving data quality, strategies to reduce business risk and protect brand reputation, as well as improving operational efficiencies.To reserve a place at the event, interested participants can register at http://www.datanomic.com/news/91 For press information, please contact: Vanessa Land Devonshire Marketing Tel: 0870 242 7469 email@example.com ** Note to Editors ** The Irish Banking Federation in association with Better Regulation will also be running a full day seminar addressing the Operational Risk Requirements of the Capital Requirements Directive on 20 Nov 2007 at the Westbury Hotel, Dublin. The cost of this full day seminar is €380 for members and €480 for non-members. Further information on this event can be found at http://www.ibf.ie/IBFEvent_template.asp?event_id=29 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Devonshire Marketing in the following categories: Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.