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FTI Launches StreetConsolidator to Centralize Reference Data Management

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Financial Technologies International (FTI) has launched StreetConsolidator, a data management platform that offers a centralized view of an institution’s reference data and market information, including proprietary data. The system combines FTI’s existing reference data and financial data management solutions. It allows users to centralize and consolidate data across business units. The aim is to offer a more holistic view of all data, including customer information and operational data, with potential benefits in terms of risk and satisfying regulatory requirements.

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