AxiomSL has partnered Refinitiv to combine the former’s Global Shareholding Disclosures (GSD) solution with the latter’s reference data. The aim is to enable financial institutions to automatically enrich client positions while managing regulatory obligations across multiple jurisdictions. John Mason, head of pricing and reference data at Refinitiv, says: “Asset managers face challenges in understanding local rules around shareholder disclosures and calculating their own holdings given complexities around voting rights and share classes. This partnership provides a simple solution by combining AxiomSL’s technology with Refinitiv’s global data, enabling asset managers to quickly and easily assess their positions in different instruments.”
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