Capco’s Data practice has been named Best Consultancy in this year’s A-Team Group Data Management Insight Awards. The award recognizes our 800+ strong team of data practitioners’ work with leading global financial institutions and industry bodies to position data at the heart of business culture and implement data strategies that ensure compliance with today’s broad array of data-led regulations.
The team’s passion, expertise and insights enable financial services firms to take a leading role in a data-driven society by transforming how they engage with, manage, distributes and leverage data. In addition to advancing Capco’s vision of a new data paradigm in financial services – including the ethical sourcing, sharing, processing and commercialization of data, and the development of data ethics principles, the team also champions ‘data for good’ events and team-owned hackathons, uniting our top data talent in support of charities and NGOs facing data-related challenges.
Now in their ninth year, the annual Awards recognize leading providers of data management solutions, services and consultancy to capital markets participants, and are voted for by the publication’s Data Management Insight community. In selecting the winners in each category, the A-Team Group’s editorial team and its independent Advisory Board jointly considered the depth of involvement in capital markets, relevance of a solution or service to a selected award category, and the potential interest of a solution or service to our Data Management Insight community.
Chris Probert, Partner and Data Practice Lead at Capco, said:
“We are very proud to have won the Data Management Insight Award for Best Consultancy in 2021. The importance of quality data to all firms’ operating models only continues to increase as they respond to changing market demands, regulatory requirements and customer needs. At Capco, we have invested heavily in our Data capability to ensure that data is truly at the heart of everything we do. We pride ourselves in our innovative solutions and in our ability to identify and develop top data talent through initiatives such as our Associate Data Programme (ADP). We look forward to building upon existing relationships and establishing new partnerships with top tier financial services clients as we work with the industry to solve its most complex and demanding data challenges.”