Semantics in Financial & Business Systems

Organized by the Enterprise Data Management Council.  Featured Speakers in this track include:

Semantics in Financial & Business Systems is a one-day conference at EDW conducted with the cooperation of the Enterprise Data Managementy Council.  Semantic technologies are enabling key risk management and regulatory initiatives in financial services such as the Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO) and Legal Entity Identifiers (LEI) and are poised to influence other industries and government as well.  This one-day briefing will explain how semantic technologies work and how these EDMC initiatives are harnessing the power of semantics to shape the future.

One-Day Semantics Forum
Wednesday, April 1

Attend Semantics in Financial & Business Systems
for $395.

Please Note: The Semantics program is included with EDW conference registration. There is no need to register again for the Semantics program if you are registered for EDW.

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08:30 AM - 10:15 AM
The Road to Data Providence in the Financial World Michael Atkin, EDM Council
  Semantics and Data Harmonization in Financial Services Malcolm D. Chisholm, First San Francisco Partners
  Semantics in Action at Wiley Peter Marney, Wiley
  The Finance Industry Business Ontology (FIBO) Dennis Wisnosky, EDM Council
10:45 AM - 12:30 PM
Should Semantics Be Part of Your Data Strategy? David Kowalski, MIDAS Advisory Services
  Agile Enterprise Ontology Dave McComb, Semantic Arts Inc.
  Making Reference Data More Meaningful: Benefits of a Semantic Standards-based Approach Scott Henninger, TopQuadrant, Inc
02:00 PM - 03:30 PM
Utilizing Semantic-Based Technologies for the DoD Information Network (DoDIN) Big Data Eric Riutort, Defense Information Systems Agency
  LEI Resolver and Global LEI URI Identifier POC Randall Coleman, Wizdom Systems Inc.
  How the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau is Using Data Linda Powell, Consumer Finance Protection Bureau