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Data Governance Europe

Data Governance Europe

Date of beginning

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Duration

2 days

City

Greater London

Country

United Kingdom

Contact

Matthew Hunt

E-Mail

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Memo

Corinium's Data Governance Europe Conference is designed for you, the senior decision-maker, working at the intersection of data governance, technology, and management. We will be looking at Data Governance as a strategic initiative to mitigate risk, improve organizational performance and accelerate growth. No matter where you are in your Data Governance journey, Data Governance Europe will equip you to return to the office with solid insights and solutions to implement at your organisation. Here's why you should join us:1. Get solutions to complex challenges. Data Governance Europe delivers the strategies you need to overcome everyday DG obstacles. Whether you're struggling to implement a company-wide data culture, see results from your investments, unsure of how to leverage metadata, or need to overhaul data literacy in your organization... we've got you covered. Senior-level data governance executives from the Europe's leading brands are eager to share their experiences and insights on what's worked (and what hasn't).2. Validate your initiatives. Knowing you're on the right path can be difficult. The case studies presented from the likes of TNT, Bank of England, FedEx, Hugo Boss, The Heineken Company will confirm what you know and help make your case back at the office.3. Meet innovative Data Governance solution providers. Finding the right technology for your company can be difficult. Evaluate tools and solutions for MDM, EMM, data quality, data transformation, identity and access management, data security, AI, cloud services, and more.4. Connect with future talent, clients, and friends. Structured and casual networking opportunities will connect you with a 100+ strong community of smart, engaged, passionate data governance enthusiasts eager to exchange ideas, experiences, and advice. View the agenda here: https://datagov-eu.coriniumintelligence.com/agenda URLs:LinkedIn: https://go.evvnt.com/524956-2?pid=5569 Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/524956-3?pid=5569  Date and Time: On Wednesday November 27, 2019 at 8:00 am ends Thursday November 28, 2019 at 6:00 pm Venue details: Hilton London Olympia, 380 Kensington High Street, Greater London, England, W14 8NL, United Kingdom Prices:Data Governance Practitioner Registration: GBP 799.0,Vendor and Solution Provider Registration: GBP 2499.0 Speakers: Emma Martins, Data Protection Commissioner, Office of the Data Protection Authority, Ieva Langenfelde, Data Governance Competence Centre - Global Data Domain Consultant, The HEINEKEN Company, Robin Jose, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, wefox, Yaniv Naor, Senior Global Master Data Management (MDM) Strategist and Business Lead, Hugo Boss, Tom Cronin, Head of Data Science and Data Engineering, Lloyds Banking Group, Karen Gibson Head of Data Governance and Data Management , Aldermore, Beata Lisowska, Senior Data Architect, Office for National Statistics, George Staw, Chief Data Architect, Barclays, Tomas Sanchez Lopez, Deputy Director Chief Data Architect, Office for National Statistics, Remo Biagioni, Head of Business Intelligence, TransUnion, Gerard Bartley, Head of Data Governance, Jacobs Douwe Egberts, Steve Wright, Data Protection Officer, Bank of England, Brendan Ellis, Head of Data, Shawbrook Bank, David Masters, Chief Data Officer for Prime Services Global and SGIL (UK), Societe Generale, Rick Hawkins, Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Global Finance, HSBC, Dennis Kessler, Head of Data Governance, European Investment Bank, Hany Choueiri, Chief Data Officer, Aldermore Bank, Anwar Mirza, Global Head of Data Governance, TNT