Signals is Sionic’s thought leadership networking service. Through surveys and forums, it brings together those with strategic roles to share experiences, discuss common challenges to enrich their planning and development activities.
The Asset Management practice has developed the first community aimed at CTOs, CIOs, Heads of Technology, CDOs, COOs with technology responsibilities with topics selected by the participants.
We are seeing surging demand for the data platform; it is cloud agnostic and can be used instead of or in conjunction with cloud providers’ native tools and services. We will be looking at:
- The extent of usage of Snowflake by asset managers, owners, and their service providers
- How Snowflake is being used and for what use cases
- What benefits are being and could be derived.
With increased regulatory attention, Operational Resilience is becoming a growing point of focus across the Asset Management industry. This has been further accelerated by the challenges of the past 12 months and as firms strategise for 2021, and beyond. This forum explored a number of key themes relating to Operational Resilience from a technology perspective:
- Operational Resilience Programme state of readiness
- Key threats to your Operational Resilience
- Identifying potential material harms, e.g. cyber attack
- Embedding better resilience and oversight, including home working
- The future of Business Continuity Plans, including Disaster Recovery
- Determining the scope across your ecosystem, including key supplier
- The extent that firms introduce business-enabled IT
- How firms managing the inherent risks
- How the IT function is adapting to ensure it is a service-orientated, business enabler
- The potential impact and evolution on the IT organisational structure and the sourcing of IT professionals: is IT becoming more federated?
- Exploring the extent of adoption of different solutions and data governance frameworks
- What has been implemented by asset managers to-date
- Levels of success
- Lessons learnt
To find out more about Sionic Signals, please contact Clare Vincent-Silk.