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James Greenway and Roshni Daswani in conversation around data management in the field of asset managers

Roshni introduces herself and provides an overview of her role at PEN Partnership
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Q1. Roshni introduces herself and provides an overview of her role at PEN Partnership

Q2. Roshni introduces PEN Partnership and provides an overview of the company.

Q3. The key challenges when speaking to asset managers around data and data management

Q4. How to initiate cultural change in terms of data management for asset managers

Q5. The logistics involved in data migration, and how to develop a cohesive data strategy

Q6. The key milestones for asset managers to consider in terms of data management

Q7. How frequently asset managers should review their data strategy?

Q8. The advancement of technology and how this can affect data management for asset managers

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