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Data & Analytics News Updates, September 26th 2012
This week’s data and analytics news include Goldman Sachs’ partnership with IO for its global data centre strategy, ING Direct’s big data strategy, and Credit Suisse’s plan to reveal more data in a US tax probe.

September 26, 2012 | The Asian Banker Editor

Goldman Sachs partners with IO for its global data centre strategy
Goldman Sachs has signed a technology partnership with data centre technology provider IO for its global data centre strategy. Goldman Sachs will use dedicated IO modular data centres at the supplier’s “Data Center as a Service” sites in the UK, US and Singapore.

ING Direct to tap big data to understand customers
In an attempt to make sense of all of its customer data information in a useful and cost-effective manner, ING Direct will invest $1 million to execute its big data strategy, as part of its five-year vision around data, with technology implementation set to be completed by late 2013.

Credit Suisse to reveal more data in US tax probe
Credit Suisse has said that it would transfer more information on its money management arm for wealthy Americans to US officials, including more names of its own employees, as part of an effort to settle a tax evasion probe. Credit Suisse employees will be notified before their names are disclosed to US officials, after previous transfers of information by banks drew criticism.


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Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Management, Risk & Performance
Keywords: Goldman Sachs, ING Direct, Credit Suisse