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    07 Nov 2017

    New Partner appointment accelerates growth of Baringa’s New York office

    Baringa Partners has appointed Brad O’Brien as Partner to its New York office. Brad will be responsible for growing Baringa’s IT and data consulting services for banking and capital markets clients in America.

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    06 Nov 2017

    Banks top rankings on data protection, but must beware complacency under GDPR

    With just 200 days to go until the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, new research from management consultancy Baringa Partners shows that banks are in a strong position when it comes to data governance. However, the firm is warning that banks still risk losing customers should they experience a data breach.

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  3. 06 Nov 2017

    Banks top rankings on data protection, but must beware complacency under GDPR

    With just 200 days to go until the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, new research from management consultancy Baringa Partners shows that banks are in a strong position when it comes to data governance. However, the firm is warning that banks still risk losing customers should they experience a data breach.

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  4. 03 Oct 2017

    New EU rules on data protection set to cripple unprepared UK companies

    Companies that are unprepared to deal with incoming rules on data protection could be crippled, according to Baringa Partners. New research reveals that nearly three-quarters of customers are likely to ask companies for reports on their personal data when new General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in eight months’ time. Baringa warns companies to take immediate action to locate and manage customers’ personal data or face being overrun with such requests.

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  5. 21 Sep 2017

    Consumers trust banks over other providers when it comes to data protection

    Consumer trust in energy companies and TV, phone and internet providers falls behind that of banks when it comes to data protection, new research shows. As the ability to safeguard valuable information becomes more important under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25th May 2018, Baringa Partners’ research reveals the extent to which consumers trust different companies with their data and why.

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