Asset Control has released AC SmartFeed, an entry-level feed-handler aimed at providing financial institutions with a quick and low-cost way of implementing a single-feed solution. The system performs all data enrichment, storage and distribution functions, allowing the user firm to link its chosen feed to risk, trading room, asset management and STP/security master applications. AC SmartFeed is initially available for Bloomberg Data License, Reuters DataScope Equities, Telekurs VDF, FT Interactive Data Exbond/Exshare, WM Daten VF1 and ISO 15022 messages. Asset Control expects to add interfaces to Thomson Datastream, Reuters DataScope Fixed Income, S&P CUSIP, Moody’s Ratings Delivery Service and S&P/Telekurs ISIDPlus by the end of the year.
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This webinar has passed, but you can view the recording by registering here. Nine months on from the January 2016 Solvency II compliance deadline, insurance firms and asset managers should have satisfactory responses to the regulation in place. But how effectively are they meeting the regulatory data requirement for the look-through and reporting elements of...
Extracting value from data is a priority for financial institutions as the business looks to increase efficiency, reduce costs, identify new opportunities and gain competitive advantage. Some source in-house tools to improve the quality and accessibility of internal and external data, others look to third-parties for solutions. A new tool from GoldenSource, Quant Workbench, brings...
The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
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