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Credit Dimensions Revealed as Reuters’ Counterparty Data Partner

Reuters confirms it is working with Credit Dimensions to bring to market its counterparty data service, now scheduled to launch in the Q1/Q2 timeframe next year. Kevin Bradshaw, global head of Enterprise Information at Reuters, says the vendor is in advanced discussions with several major bulge bracket firms both in Europe and the US which are “playing an active part in shaping our service as it comes to market”.
Of Credit Dimensions he says: “They bring additional high quality data analysis capacity to bear, which means we can meet our customers’ demands for getting the service to market quickly, and enhance it faster. They are a very aligned partner; the rigour we ordinarily put behind our data sourcing processes is reflected in full throughout their organisation. They are a great partner to deal with, acting as a true extension of our capabilities.”

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