As one of the largest and most complex global banks, Deutsche Bank faces ever-increasing recordkeeping requirements and far-reaching discovery challenges.
Needing to strengthen its Information Governance, the Bank has embarked on an aggressive turnaround program to build consistent and effective policies and processes across the world.
Join us for an enlightening executive viewpoint discussion on how the Bank developed and is executing this strategy, and how in the process it is finding that IG is not only required, but can save a lot of money.
This session will address:
- Consolidating multiple records management, eDiscovery, archiving and data cataloguing under a single, united program,
- Developing measurable Information Governance metrics to drive program accountability,
- Turning these functions, from a cost center, to a program generating significant savings – through insightful return on investment reporting,
- Building support across senior management in a global organization, and
- Challenges, pitfalls, workarounds and other real-world lessons learned along the way.
Through this journey the Bank has learned that Information Governance is not only something it has to do per the regulator, but, perhaps more important, should do to save tens of millions of Euros and drive business productivity.
Speakers: Matthew Bernstein, Mark Diamond