SINGAPORE (Nov 18): The 2008 global financial crisis forced many central banks to adopt more robust strategies in risk management. Stronger regulations were put in place and banks around the world were required to report their activities in real time. But there was just one problem: These banks were not sufficiently equipped to deal with such an onslaught of data.

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