Coronavirus

Data-Sharing in the Time of Coronavirus

Pandemic shines light on privacy and attitudes toward sharing personal health information for the public good.
Douglas J. Elliott, Ana Kreacic, Lorenzo Miláns del Bosch, Lisa Quest
Douglas J.
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Doug is a Partner who focuses on the intersection of public policy and finance. He meets with hundreds of senior policymakers and executives each year to explore the future of the financial sector. These conversations fuel numerous papers and speeches. He is fascinated by the role of data in transforming finance and is an evangelist for the importance of devising rules of the road for data usage that spur innovation while protecting rights and balancing other social objectives. Prior to Oliver Wyman, he was a Scholar at the Brookings Institution, a Visiting Scholar at the International Monetary Fund, and a financial institutions investment banker. He graduated from Harvard College and Duke University.
Douglas.Elliott@oliverwyman.com
Ana
Chief Operating Officer, Oliver Wyman Forum; Partner, Chief Knowledge Officer, Oliver Wyman
Ana is the Chief Knowledge Officer of the Oliver Wyman Group, the Chief Operating Officer of the Oliver Wyman Forum and a Co-leader of the New York office. She advises clients in areas of strategy, offer development, and new business start-ups. Ana’s work focuses on the opportunities, uncertainties, and challenges stemming from rapidly changing data and business landscapes. She regularly convenes senior leaders to explore these complicated issues. Ana also is passionate about education, mentoring, immigrant issues, and women’s advancement initiatives, and serves on multiple boards, including Upwardly Global and the Stamford Symphony Orchestra. She graduated from the University of Maryland and the Wharton School.
Ana.Kreacic@oliverwyman.com
Lorenzo
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Lorenzo has been a Partner with Oliver Wyman for 20 years, working in the telecommunications space. He has advised some of the world leading companies in strategy, marketing, and commercial and public policy topics. Working on numerous big data and artificial intelligence-related projects has shown Lorenzo that data could be an asset and driving force of transformation for companies. At the same time, data is at the core of numerous public policy discussions. Lorenzo wants to help find the proper and dynamic equilibrium between the potential of data to create economic value and social wealth, on the one hand, and individual rights to privacy and identity, on the other. Before joining Oliver Wyman, Lorenzo was a Director with the National Economic Research Associates. Lorenzo is an avid reader of philosophy and mathematics and an ever-learning aficionado of jazz guitar. He holds a PhD in theoretical physics and a MSc in innovation management.
Lorenzo.MilansDelBosch@oliverwyman.com
Lisa
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Lisa is a Partner and Co-Head of Anti-Financial Crime for Europe, Middle East and Africa, who advises senior government officials on a broad range of issues, including regulation and supervision, organizational design and effectiveness. She has significant experience working with data in public sector transformational change and is fascinated by the ways it can be used to predict behavior and to build previously unimaginable new infrastructure. Lisa is also an Academic Fellow with the London School of Economics Centre for Risk and Regulation, focusing on the development of technology regulation. She is an active triathlete and on the board of the Best Beginning charity. She graduated from Western University and the London School of Economics.
Lisa.Quest@oliverwyman.com
coronavirus

Germany Battles COVID-19 With Data Volunteerism

Citizens want to fight the pandemic but also cherish their privacy. A careful approach to data-sharing can address both concerns.
Kai Bender, Dominik Weh
Kai Bender
Market Leader, Germany and Austria, Oliver Wyman
Dr. Kai Bender is the Market Leader for Germany and Austria at Oliver Wyman. Previously, he managed the Digital and IT Practice for the German and Austrian market. Kai has been active in consulting for twenty years and has cross-industry experience in the design and implementation of complex digitization and large IT implementation projects. His customers include companies from the mobility, financial services, energy supply, high-tech, mechanical and plant engineering, transport and logistics, healthcare, chemicals, media and trade sectors. Kai studied at the European Business School (Oestrich-Winkel, Germany and London, UK), San Diego State University, and Technical University Dresden. He holds a degree in information management and a Ph.D. in computer science. Kai helped establish Oliver Wyman's Berlin office. He is married, has three children, and lives in Berlin with his family. In his free time, Kai enjoys contemporary art and skiing.
kai.bender@oliverwyman.com
Dominik Weh
Partner, Finance & Risk/Public Policy, Oliver Wyman
Dominik focuses on challenges arising as digitization and other macro trends reshape the financial services industry. In 2011, Dominik spent a year with the World Economic Forum as a secondee in Geneva and in New York, where he led a project on benefits and risks of financial innovations in the aftermath of the financial crisis and which resulted in the publication “Rethinking Financial Innovation: Reducing Negative Outcomes While Retaining the Benefits.”
Dominik.Weh@oliverwyman.com
Coronavirus

Data-Sharing in the Time of Coronavirus

Pandemic shines light on privacy and attitudes toward sharing personal health information for the public good.
Douglas J. Elliott, Ana Kreacic, Lorenzo Miláns del Bosch, Lisa Quest
Douglas J. Elliott
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Doug is a Partner who focuses on the intersection of public policy and finance. He meets with hundreds of senior policymakers and executives each year to explore the future of the financial sector. These conversations fuel numerous papers and speeches. He is fascinated by the role of data in transforming finance and is an evangelist for the importance of devising rules of the road for data usage that spur innovation while protecting rights and balancing other social objectives. Prior to Oliver Wyman, he was a Scholar at the Brookings Institution, a Visiting Scholar at the International Monetary Fund, and a financial institutions investment banker. He graduated from Harvard College and Duke University.
Douglas.Elliott@oliverwyman.com
Ana Kreacic
Chief Operating Officer, Oliver Wyman Forum; Partner, Chief Knowledge Officer, Oliver Wyman
Ana is the Chief Knowledge Officer of the Oliver Wyman Group, the Chief Operating Officer of the Oliver Wyman Forum and a Co-leader of the New York office. She advises clients in areas of strategy, offer development, and new business start-ups. Ana’s work focuses on the opportunities, uncertainties, and challenges stemming from rapidly changing data and business landscapes. She regularly convenes senior leaders to explore these complicated issues. Ana also is passionate about education, mentoring, immigrant issues, and women’s advancement initiatives, and serves on multiple boards, including Upwardly Global and the Stamford Symphony Orchestra. She graduated from the University of Maryland and the Wharton School.
Ana.Kreacic@oliverwyman.com
Lorenzo Miláns del Bosch
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Lorenzo has been a Partner with Oliver Wyman for 20 years, working in the telecommunications space. He has advised some of the world leading companies in strategy, marketing, and commercial and public policy topics. Working on numerous big data and artificial intelligence-related projects has shown Lorenzo that data could be an asset and driving force of transformation for companies. At the same time, data is at the core of numerous public policy discussions. Lorenzo wants to help find the proper and dynamic equilibrium between the potential of data to create economic value and social wealth, on the one hand, and individual rights to privacy and identity, on the other. Before joining Oliver Wyman, Lorenzo was a Director with the National Economic Research Associates. Lorenzo is an avid reader of philosophy and mathematics and an ever-learning aficionado of jazz guitar. He holds a PhD in theoretical physics and a MSc in innovation management.
Lorenzo.MilansDelBosch@oliverwyman.com
Lisa Quest
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Lisa is a Partner and Co-Head of Anti-Financial Crime for Europe, Middle East and Africa, who advises senior government officials on a broad range of issues, including regulation and supervision, organizational design and effectiveness. She has significant experience working with data in public sector transformational change and is fascinated by the ways it can be used to predict behavior and to build previously unimaginable new infrastructure. Lisa is also an Academic Fellow with the London School of Economics Centre for Risk and Regulation, focusing on the development of technology regulation. She is an active triathlete and on the board of the Best Beginning charity. She graduated from Western University and the London School of Economics.
Lisa.Quest@oliverwyman.com
Regulation

Europe Lays Down an AI Marker

The EU Commission’s AI proposal recognizes the importance of data governance and stewardship. Other countries may follow its lead.
Douglas J. Elliott, Lisa Quest, Larissa De Lima, Ana Kreacic, Lorenzo Miláns del Bosch
Douglas J. Elliott
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Doug is a Partner who focuses on the intersection of public policy and finance. He meets with hundreds of senior policymakers and executives each year to explore the future of the financial sector. These conversations fuel numerous papers and speeches. He is fascinated by the role of data in transforming finance and is an evangelist for the importance of devising rules of the road for data usage that spur innovation while protecting rights and balancing other social objectives. Prior to Oliver Wyman, he was a Scholar at the Brookings Institution, a Visiting Scholar at the International Monetary Fund, and a financial institutions investment banker. He graduated from Harvard College and Duke University.
Douglas.Elliott@oliverwyman.com
Lisa Quest
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Lisa is a Partner and Co-Head of Anti-Financial Crime for Europe, Middle East and Africa, who advises senior government officials on a broad range of issues, including regulation and supervision, organizational design and effectiveness. She has significant experience working with data in public sector transformational change and is fascinated by the ways it can be used to predict behavior and to build previously unimaginable new infrastructure. Lisa is also an Academic Fellow with the London School of Economics Centre for Risk and Regulation, focusing on the development of technology regulation. She is an active triathlete and on the board of the Best Beginning charity. She graduated from Western University and the London School of Economics.
Lisa.Quest@oliverwyman.com
Larissa De Lima
Fellow, Oliver Wyman Forum
Larissa is a Fellow with the Oliver Wyman Forum, focused on the Future of Data. Prior to joining the Forum, she worked as a consultant for Oliver Wyman where she advised financial services clients on adapting to technological and regulatory change. She’s an avid reader and enjoys writing speculative fiction short stories. Larissa has an MPP and MBA from Harvard. While pursuing her BA in computer science, she conducted research in artificial intelligence and computational neuroscience.
larissa.delima@oliverwyman.com
Ana Kreacic
Chief Operating Officer, Oliver Wyman Forum; Partner, Chief Knowledge Officer, Oliver Wyman
Ana is the Chief Knowledge Officer of the Oliver Wyman Group, the Chief Operating Officer of the Oliver Wyman Forum and a Co-leader of the New York office. She advises clients in areas of strategy, offer development, and new business start-ups. Ana’s work focuses on the opportunities, uncertainties, and challenges stemming from rapidly changing data and business landscapes. She regularly convenes senior leaders to explore these complicated issues. Ana also is passionate about education, mentoring, immigrant issues, and women’s advancement initiatives, and serves on multiple boards, including Upwardly Global and the Stamford Symphony Orchestra. She graduated from the University of Maryland and the Wharton School.
Ana.Kreacic@oliverwyman.com
Lorenzo Miláns del Bosch
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Lorenzo has been a Partner with Oliver Wyman for 20 years, working in the telecommunications space. He has advised some of the world leading companies in strategy, marketing, and commercial and public policy topics. Working on numerous big data and artificial intelligence-related projects has shown Lorenzo that data could be an asset and driving force of transformation for companies. At the same time, data is at the core of numerous public policy discussions. Lorenzo wants to help find the proper and dynamic equilibrium between the potential of data to create economic value and social wealth, on the one hand, and individual rights to privacy and identity, on the other. Before joining Oliver Wyman, Lorenzo was a Director with the National Economic Research Associates. Lorenzo is an avid reader of philosophy and mathematics and an ever-learning aficionado of jazz guitar. He holds a PhD in theoretical physics and a MSc in innovation management.
Lorenzo.MilansDelBosch@oliverwyman.com

What We're Reading

New White Paper Provides Guidance on Embedding Data Protection Principles in Machine Learning

This whitepaper offers an explanation of the requirement of Data Protection by Design (DPbD), what controls and failure modes are and how they relate to the workflow, and how to select controls to address key nodes of the DPbD workflow.

Marianne VarkianiFuture of Privacy Forum

Can You Make AI Fairer Than a Judge? Play Our Courtroom Algorithm Game

AI determinations of fairness are apt to lose the complicated and philosophical nuances of the issue.

Karen Hao and Jonathan StrayMIT Technology Review

How Much is Your Privacy Really Worth?

Determining the value consumers place on their personal data is beginning to look like a fool's errand.

Will OremusOneZero, Medium

The Next Generation of Data-Sharing in Financial Services: Using Privacy Enhancing Techniques to Unlock New Value

Fraud detection, customer service, and risk assessment for financial institutions could all be improved by sharing data.

World Economic Forum

Nonrivalry and the Economics of Data

Firms may hoard data for a competitive advantage, but there may be broader financial incentives in promoting broader use.

Charles I. Jones and Christopher TonettiStanford Graduate School of Business

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