CityCompass held its third year of the B.I.S.S awards based on its benchmarking of corporate actions systems. Information Mosaic achieved the gold accreditation with the highest all round scores recorded over the past three years for its Cama corporate actions solution, and for the first time in all three industry sectors of broking, custody and fund management. Also achieving gold accreditation were Vermeg in all three market sectors and Tata Consultancy Services. Data vendor FT Interactive Data also participated and gained gold accreditation under benchmark tests set by the Reference Data User Group (RDUG), which acted as the industry user panel for CityCompass’ research.
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Information Mosaic Leads Scores In CityCompass Benchmarking
Data governance is transforming from a risk management and compliance tool with limited and prescriptive controls, to a solution that can help you optimise the business value of your data. In this role, data governance must scale to manage rising volumes of data, more and different data types, and changing user requirements, while continuing to...
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has made a further move to fully automate the corporate actions lifecycle with the processing of the US market’s first automated voluntary reorganisation ISO 20022 instruction. The process was carried out by DTCC subsidiary The Deposit Trust Company (DTC) using its newly automated voluntary reorganisation service, which is...
Now in its 11th year, the Data Management Summit USA Virtual explores the shift to the new world where data is redefining the operating model and firms are seeking to unlock value via data transformation projects for enterprise gain and competitive edge.
Six months after Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) went live, how compliant is your organisation? If you took a tactical approach to cross the compliance line on January 3, 2018, how are you reviewing and renewing systems to take a more strategic approach and what are the business benefits of doing so?...