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Capco Expands Global ETF Coverage To, Erm, North America and Europe

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Capco Reference Data Services (CRDS), a managed reference and market data services provider, has announced it has significantly expanded its coverage of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in its Global ETF Monitor (GEM) product. An ETF is a basket of stocks designed to track an index, yet it trades like a single stock and GEM provides ETF-constituent data in a standardized format. CRDS says it now covers the entire North American and European ETF markets.

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