Key Takeaways

Discussing the latest CDO Trends 2022 on how data leader organizations globally and in APJ are driving higher business value from data by addressing fragmentation and complexity across different dimensions – data, technology, and people. APJ organizations have higher numbers of data sources to manage (compared to other regions) so data fragmentation more pertinent in this region. The importance of data fragmentation is clear – leader organizations in APJ are 64% more likely to spend time on data management compared to reactive organizations. To solve issues due to data fragmentation, leader organizations ease access to data, leverage cloud, and use AI to aid in management activities, enabling them to extract more business value.


Anand Ramamoorthy, Head of Data Governance and Data Privacy, APAC & Japan | Informatica | Australia

Director and APJ Head of Data Governance and Data Privacy business for Informatica Corporation based out of Melbourne, Australia with over 20 years of experience in Data Management and Data Governance focused on enabling organizations to extract value from data. I have broad exposure working for Multinational Companies, Consultancies and Software Vendors in multiple geographies and industries. During this time, I have held various consulting, project management and leadership positions across industries. The explosion in data over the last decade has supported and fed my passion for data and using technology to discover insights and create value.



Dr. Chris Marshall, Associate Vice President for the Analytics, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence practice | IDC Asia Pacific | Hong Kong

Dr. Chris Marshall is Associate Vice President for IDC Asia Pacific, responsible for the Analytics, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence practice. Dr. Marshall’s core research coverage includes the development of Data Analytics and Machine Learning competencies and their implications – the threats and opportunities facing organizations as they seek to augment and automate their knowledge-based work.

Previously, Chris was a senior executive in IBM Watson Financial Services where he led their AI-enabled risk and analytics practice in Asia. Before joining IBM, he held senior business development and management roles in big data and analytics at KPMG, Oracle and UBS.

  • MA in Theoretical Physics from Cambridge University.
  • MBA from University of Chicago.
  • Doctor of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
  • Professor of Computer Science at National University of Singapore.
  • Co-Founder and Director of NUS Program for Research in Intelligent Systems.
  • Co-Founder and Director of NUS Risk Management Institute.
  • Author of widely used textbook on Operational Analytics.
  • Frequent speaker, presenter and moderator at industry conferences.


Shouvik Nandy, Senior Manager, Data Office | NTUC Income | Singapore

Shouvik is an experienced data professional who firmly believes that data is the true differentiator in digital economy. He believes that for realizing the benefits of data, data must be managed as a strategic corporate asset. Shouvik is a Senior Manager Data Office with NTUC Income, where he focuses on driving transformational data initiatives.

He joined NTUC Income from a career spanning in insurance ( Great Eastern Life), banking (Citibank), corporate real estate (JLL) and professional services ( Oracle Financial Services Software, Accenture ) companies.


November 10 @ 10:00
10:00 — 10:30 (30′)

Day 1 | Stage 1

Anand Ramamoorthy | Head of Data Governance and Data Privacy APAC & Japan | Informatica | Australia, Dr. Chris Marshall | Associate Vice President for the Analytics | Big Data and Artificial Intelligence practice | IDC Asia Pacific | Hong Kong, Shouvik Nandy | Senior Manager | Data Office | NTUC Income | Singapore