Every corporate transaction is different, but they all have one thing in common – they can be disruptive for information management.
You probably have questions about how to successfully manage information and risk during these processes, such as:
How should the information be shared between the parties?
Who should have access to the information?
How is information stored?
What is the information required for the transaction?
What are the contractual obligations related to records?
When can this information be destroyed legally and operationally?
Join us on Thursday, September 20th, as we discuss the answers to these common questions, as well as gain an understanding of the challenges that arise throughout the MAD process.
Presented by:Jennifer Crawford, CRM
Director of Product Management, Information Governance and Digital Solutions
Jennifer Crawford, CRM is a Director of Product Management at Iron Mountain, within Information Governance and Digital Solutions, and serves as the Outbound Product Manager for Policy Center. She is a Certified Records Manager and a Six Sigma Green Belt with 10 years of experience in the information management domain, specializing in
defensible disposition and global program development and
management. Jennifer was previously an SVP within Global Records
Bank of America, where she was responsible for the
enterprise defensible disposition program for all information assets.
Prior to Bank of America, Jennifer worked for Gartner in operational
sales and business analysis roles.
Global Head of Records Management
Lynn Molfetta joined Deutsche Bank (DB) as the Global Head of Records Management in 2015 to build a new function for the Organization. Since joining DB Lynn has created a comprehensive and sustainable Records Management Program across the Enterprise with newly defined Governance, Processes, Controls and Tools to meet legal and regulatory obligations. Prior to joining DB, she held similar roles at both Citigroup and American Express. Lynn brings over 20 years of experience across business process development and restructuring, business finance transformation, IT governance, strategic planning, and information management.