In our previous podcast, we looked at organisational governance arrangements. Central to effective governance is accurate and targeted data and, as we approach 2020, data and information, particularly in the context of managing conduct risk, has never come under more scrutiny. Not only is data quality the subject of focus for global regulators, but the growing importance of non-financial risk management and personal accountability mean that we have to rethink how we use information to assess, prevent and mitigate risk.

In this podcast, John Davison and Christian Blackwell, the Managing Directors in our Dentons Risk Consulting business, look at the importance of data and offer tips on how it can help drive greater organisational value. 

'Building on this theme and the topic of governance, the articles on remuneration and whistleblowing bring to life some of the opportunities for organisations of all sizes'

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