GDPR came into force in May last year, intended to give individuals more control over their personal data. But one of the unintended consequences of the new regulation—which we’re already starting to see across a range of industries—is the drag on innovation. Would-be innovators must walk a tightrope between data compliance and business innovation based on the data they have access to and, in many cases, they could do with a helping hand. Could an accredited independent body responsible for overseeing the creation and responsible use of open data sets be the solution?
Plato Partnership, a not-for-profit company bringing creative solutions and efficiencies to today’s equity marketplace, is collaborating with BMLL Technologies to provide twelve daily T+1 market quality metrics to enable more transparency and information across the trading landscape in Europe.