ISIDPlus, a cross-reference securities identifier service targeted at asset managers, now covers one million issues globally. Established in 1989, ISIDPlus is a strategic alliance between Standard & Poor’s and Telekurs Financial designed to bring clarity to financial information, including securities identification, pricing and corporate action information. “ISIDPlus allows customers to view substantial information from various sources, which enables customers to link into industry related information from front office to back office data,” explains Lance Rissi, product manager for S&P Securities Classifications. “In addition to Telekurs’ global network of data analysts, we have between us (Telekurs and S&P) a relationship with all of the issuers of ISIN numbers and receive daily updates when new securities are added or if there has been any change to a security identification number,” adds Barry Raskin, president, Telekurs (USA).
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Date: 16 March 2021 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes 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...
The UK has finally left the European Union. A trade deal was wrung out at the eleventh hour, allowing the two sides to trade with zero tariffs and quotas, but the financial services industry has been left hanging – with talk of an MoU around the regulation of financial services being reached by March 2021...
The Data Management Summit Virtual will bring together the global data management community to share lessons learned, best practice guidance and latest innovations to emerge from the recent crisis. Join us online to hear from leading data practitioners and innovators from the UK, US and Europe who will share insights into how they are pushing the boundaries with data to deliver value with flexible but resilient data driven strategies.
Risk and regulatory imperatives are demanding access to the latest portfolio information, placing new pressures on the pricing and valuation function. And the front office increasingly wants up-to-date valuations of hard-to-price securities. These developments are driving a push toward on-demand evaluated pricing capabilities, with pricing teams seeking to provide access to valuations at higher frequency...