Financial Tradeware has partnered with New York-based Computer Intelligence Group (CIG) to bring its solutions to the North American and Caribbean regions. Under the terms of the agreement CIG, an IT consulting and services company that also recently partnered with reference data specialist AIM Software (Reference Data Review, January 2007), will market, install and support the full range of Financial Tradeware solutions for hedge funds and asset managers.
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Financial Tradeware Appoints CIG Business Partner for North America
The transaction reporting landscape has, for many financial institutions, expanded considerably in size since the end of the UK’s Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020 and the resulting need for double reporting of some transactions to both EU and UK authorities. It has also changed dramatically following the UK government’s failure to reach equivalence...
DSB Publishes UPI Implementation Timeline, Lists Products Requiring Identifier, Opens Second Fee Model Consultation
The Derivatives Service Bureau (DSB) has taken three more significant steps towards go live of the Unique Product Identifier (UPI) service in July 2022 with the publication of a draft implementation timeline, an initial list of products that will require UPIs and a second UPI fee model industry consultation focusing on the timeline and encouraging...
TradingTech Summit (TTS) Virtual will look at how trading technology operations can capitalise on recent disruption and leverage technology to find efficiencies in the new normal environment. The crisis has highlighted that the future is digital and cloud based, and the ability to innovate faster and at scale has become critical. As we move into recovery and ‘business as usual’, what changes and technology innovations should the industry adopt to simplify operations and to support speed, agility and flexibility in trading operations.
Valuations and pricing teams are facing a much higher degree of scrutiny from both the regulatory community and the investor community in the glare of the post-crisis data transparency spotlight. Fair value price transparency requirements and the gradual move towards a more harmonised accounting standards environment is set within the context of the whole debate...