CheckFree Corp.’s CheckFree eVent corporate actions automation platform has created an interface to the ISO 15022-compliant corporate actions data feed from Exchange Data International (EDI). EDI’s corporate actions data is already integrated into a number of vendor systems, including, most recently, Mergent’s EventsData.com and BvDEP’s Osiris. Meanwhile, CheckFree is automating the way Message Broker, the technology underpinning eVent, produces data dictionaries from ISO 20022-compliant schemas, as defined by Swift, to deliver Swiftnet solutions. The company claims a number of services are being delivered to the market in the new ISO 20022 multi-asset class standard.
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CheckFree Adds EDI CA Data Feed; Automates ISO 20022 Data Dictionaries
The buy-side faced a barrage of regulation in 2020 and is now under pressure to make post-Brexit adjustments and complete LIBOR transition by the end of 2021. To ensure compliance and ease the burden of in-house data management, many firms turned to outsourcing and managed services. But there is more to come, as buy-side firms...
Corporate actions continue to be processed manually despite the need for automation to meet industry demand for near real-time delivery of the data, reduced operating costs and improved regulatory compliance. A survey by SIX – its second annual survey on corporate actions that was carried out between March and May 2021 among global asset managers,...
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