Topic: Government Analytics
Intended Audience: Chief Analytics Officers, Chief Data Officers, Chief Risk Officers, Directors of Analytics, Chief Information Officers, Directors of Data Management, Program Managers, Fraud Analyst, Examiner, Enforcement Attorney
Length: 45 minutes
Regulatory agencies oversee a complex value chain of information flowing between the public and private sectors. First, agencies issue rules and mandates; second, regulated enterprises comply with those rules and report back to the agencies on their compliance; third, agencies must analyze the reported information; and, finally, some of this information is disseminated to the public and markets, which digest it to inform investment and competitive intelligence.
Agencies’ analytical tools and methods occupy a central stage in this value chain; they transform document-based reports and raw data submitted by regulated enterprises into actionable insights. These insights affect every other regulatory activity: the conclusions assisted by regulatory analytics inform future mandates, indirectly govern future compliance, and determine what information is disseminated to the markets.
This webinar will survey the analytical tools and methods used by regulatory agencies and explore how regulatory analytics affect the entire value chain of regulatory information.