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Broadridge Releases Cloud-based Data Control Solution Set

Broadridge Financial Solutions has released a cloud-based data control solution set designed to help financial firms address the operational challenges of managing the lifecycle of transaction data. The solution set combines Broadridge’s reconciliation and matching solution with enhanced data analytics, multi-bank connectivity and flexible financial messaging. The aim of the solutions is to provide an…

Recorded Webinar: How to capture and manage complete and accurate customer data

Whether you work on the buy-side or sell-side, the customer is always king. This requires investment banks, asset managers and wealth managers to ensure they have a complete and accurate view of customer data. If you can achieve this, you can take a data-driven approach to decision making whether in obtaining better behavioural insights, offering…

Data Driven Business Change Supersedes Digital Transformation

Digital business transformation must be superseded by data driven transformation if capital markets participants are to hold their own in a competitive market disrupted by start-ups and giants without the legacies of financial institutions. Driving the need to put data at the heart of business are regulation, such as GDPR, which calls on firms to…

CUSIP Global Services Adds ISIN to LEI Mapping for US and Canadian Securities

CUSIP Global Services (CGS) has joined the initiative led by the Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA) and Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) to map ISINs to LEIs. ANNA and GLEIF set up the mapping initiative back in April 2019 with a limited number of National Numbering Agencies within ANNA joining the project, which…

Data Management Summit New York City

Now in its 8th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in NYC 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.

Adopting AI for Superior Reconciliations

Firms’ reconciliation and exceptions management processes are manually intensive, expensive and prone to error. With rising compliance costs and greater competition narrowing margins in financial services, firms are looking to streamline their reconciliations processes through automation, giving them the opportunity to reduce the number of exceptions they manage and the time it takes to deal…

LIBOR Change Requirements Mean Major Data Challenges for Financial Firms – Are You Ready?

With the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) ceasing to exist at midnight January 1, 2022, financial services firms around the world are faced with an enormous data management challenge. LIBOR, and the interest rate curves built off of it, are used within a wide variety of financial instruments and products, including derivatives, loans, and bonds….

SmartStream RDU Releases SFTR Security Reference Data Service

The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU) has extended its offering with a cloud-based security reference data service designed to simplify and enable firms to meet the EU’s Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR) requirements. SFTR requires banks and investment firms to start reporting securities financing transactions (SFTs) to a registered trade repository beginning April 14, 2020….

Recorded Webinar: FRTB: The time to get your data in order is now

Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) regulation requires firms within its scope to source significant amounts of data, some of which has not previously been required and is difficult to pin down. The data management challenges of the regulation’s Internal Model Approach (IMA) to market risk capital calculations include ongoing P&L attribution, back testing…

Hong Kong Exchange $37 Billion Bid for London Stock Exchange Scuppers Latter’s Merger Plan with Refinitiv

The Hong Kong Exchange’s $37 bid for the London Stock Exchange (LSE) came out of the blue this morning, but has since rattled cages and raised questions about the LSE’s proposed $27 billion merger with Refinitiv, whether a deal of this sort would be acceptable to regulators, and how LSE shareholders will react to the…