Equiduct, a retail focused pan-European exchange, has partnered EOSE, a market data specialist, to strengthen distribution of its market data products that offer a real-time view of pre-trade and post-trade data. EOSE will provide Equiduct with a team of data sales and business development professionals, allowing Equiduct to concentrate on developing core business strategies, while exploring new data products and routes to market. Equiduct says the partnership provides resource to drive growth and innovation in market data products, while ensuring it remains focused on delivering solutions to enhance the trading experience for its clients and end investors in Europe.
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Equiduct Partners EOSE to Explore New Data Products
Date: 8 July 2021 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes It’s a widely recognized truth that if you can’t measure something, you can’t improve its performance. As high-performance connectivity technologies have established themselves in the mainstream of financial firms’ trading architectures, the ability to monitor messaging and data infrastructures...
Lombard Odier Integrates smartTrade’s LiquidityFX to Offer Enhanced FX Trading Services to its Clients
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This breakfast briefing will explore challenges around assembling and evaluating ESG data for reporting and the impact of regulatory measures and industry collaboration on transparency and standardisation efforts. Expert speakers will address how the evolving market infrastructure is developing and the role of new technologies and alternative data in improving insight and filling data gaps.
Data lineage has become a critical concern for data managers in capital markets as it is key to both regulatory compliance and business opportunity. The regulatory requirement for data lineage kicked in with BCBS 239 in 2016 and has since been extended to many other regulations that oblige firms to provide transparency and a data...