Markit continues to expand its Asian practice, with a new office opening in Singapore to be run by David Crammond. Crammond joins from ABN Amro, where he was head of structured asset sales for the Asian region. Before then, he was based in ABN’s New York office, running structured credit sales. At Markit, he will be responsible for business development in Asia Pacific (with the exception of Japan). As such, he will spearhead sales aiming to add contributors and subscribers to the Markit pricing and valuation services. Markit opened a Tokyo office last month (see Reference Data Review, May 2005).
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Upcoming Webinar: Entity identification and client lifecycle management – How financial institutions can drive $4 billion in cost savings
Date: 21 January 2021 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes A new model in Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) issuance has created significant opportunities for financial institutions to capitalise on their KYC and AML due diligence. By becoming Validation Agents and obtaining LEIs on behalf of their clients, financial institutions...
Extracting value from data is a priority for financial institutions as the business looks to increase efficiency, reduce costs, identify new opportunities and gain competitive advantage. Some source in-house tools to improve the quality and accessibility of internal and external data, others look to third-parties for solutions. A new tool from GoldenSource, Quant Workbench, brings...
The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
This year has truly been a year of change for the data management community. Regulators and industry participants alike have been keenly focused on the importance of data with regards to compliance and risk management considerations. The UK Financial Services Authority’s fining of Barclays for transaction reporting failures as a result of inconsistent underlying reference...