This week, we begin with a story about how the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is creating a database that will include every stock trade to better monitor and regulate the market. The next article discusses the EU’s proposed regulatory changes on ESG and their potential implications for businesses. The following story focuses on the importance and future of marketing data #science, including the use of AI, machine learning, and predictive analytics. This is followed by an article on how using death data can help identify gaps in cancer care and improve overall patient outcomes. The next article discusses the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is a comprehensive set of data protection rules designed to strengthen the privacy and security of EU citizens. Lastly, we have a piece about the importance and potential benefits of data monetization for businesses.
The SEC Is Starting A Massive Database Of Every Stock Trade
What little financial privacy you have when trading stocks is about to get even smaller next month. When you make a stock trade, your broker already is required by the Bank Secrecy Act to maintain records of it, monitor your trading activity, and report any suspicion of illegal activity to the federal government. But, starting in March, your broker will be required to directly report all of your trades, including your personal information, to a massive government database. If the Bank Secrecy Act concerns you—and even if it doesn’t—just wait until you hear about the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT).
ESG: EU Regulatory Change and Its Implications
Despite the sharp change in the financial landscape over the past year and an increasingly challenging macroeconomic climate, investment focused on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors is set to grow.
Marketing Data Science — What Is It And Where Is It Headed?
Data science involves analyzing and interpreting large, complex amounts of data and turning it into valuable insight to achieve business goals. Though not exactly a breakthrough field now, it has changed many aspects of how markets conduct business.
“Death Data” Breathes New Life Into The Fight Against Cancer
The battle against cancer in the U.S. has been raging at a fever pitch for decades, but at the end of 2022, hope dawned on the horizon. Just after the start of the new year, the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) released their 2022 Cancer Progress Report, detailing the incredible news that cancer rates in the U.S. have fallen steadily between 1991 and 2019.
What Is GDPR and Why Is It Important?
|General data protection regulation (GDPR) refers to a set of personal data protection and privacy laws for users and businesses in the European Union. These laws are considered the toughest in the world as far as data privacy, collection, and protection are concerned.|
Data Monetization: A New Era Of Scalable & Agile Organizations
Anshuman Singh, VP of analytics & digital transformation at Polestar Solutions, breaks down why companies should consider monetizing data and how they can approach it in an ever-increasing competitive landscape.