Bloomberg has released Funds Data Solution providing funds and exchange traded products (ETPs) data designed to help clients act on changing investment opportunities and support end-to-end workflows spanning portfolio construction, risk management, due diligence and operations.
The solution covers over 135,000 unique funds and 12,000 ETPs that are available as foundational data, holdings, corporate actions, ESG, risk, and regulatory data products. The funds data is accessible via Bloomberg Data License file delivery, aligns with the funds data available on the Bloomberg Terminal, and includes a global universe of funds including mutual funds, fund of funds, closed/open-end funds, and unit trusts, as well as ETPs including ETFs, ETCs, and ETNs.
Customers can access reference and pricing data, and look through to underlying portfolio holdings to inform portfolio construction, benchmarking, rebalancing, tracking risk and positions, trading, and order workflow processes.
“Comprehensive data that is robust, accurate, and timely is key to streamlining industry workflows,” says Maureen Gallagher, head of enterprise reference data at Bloomberg. “With the introduction of Bloomberg’s Funds Data Solution, customers can access their fixed income, equities, derivatives, and funds data in one place, making it easier to devise investment strategies, evaluate performance and support compliance workflows.”
The Funds Data Solution integrates with other Bloomberg data offerings using standardised identifiers, such as the Financial Instrument Global Identifier (FIGI), proprietary Bloomberg identifiers, and detailed metadata. This approach, along with consistent delivery formats, results in clear identification of each fund and its share classes so that customers can intuitively compare, analyse, select, and monitor funds to meet their investment, risk, or operational needs
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