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    31 Jan 2018

    Interview with Tom Betts, Chief Data Officer / Member of the Executive Board at the Financial Times

    Tom, you now hold the illustrious position of Chief Data Officer at the Financial Times, but it would be good to understand how you started out. Where did your journey begin?

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    28 Jan 2018

    Companies reminded of fragile consumer trust on Data Privacy Day

    The majority (64%) of customers trust companies with their personal information. However, on Data Privacy Day, Baringa Partners warns that businesses will have to work much harder to maintain levels of trust when General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25th May 2018. Baringa’s new report – GDPR: The new frontline in corporate reputation – explains how customer behaviour is changing and advises companies on preparing to meet their demands.

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  3. 11 Jan 2018

    NPSO selects Baringa Partners

    The New Payment System Operator (NPSO) has appointed Baringa Partners to support the development of NPSO’s target operating model. In consultation with teams across the current Payments Systems Operators and other stakeholders, Baringa Partners will also define the core principles and intrinsic organisational capabilities required to ensure the NPSO is set up for success from the outset.

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  4. 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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  5. 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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