The London Stock Exchange has launched UnaVista, a global data integration, validation, matching and reconciliation service, designed to help firms identify inconsistencies across any data type. The core of the service is a rules-based engine that enables data to be reconciled from any source and across any business function. UnaVista can be deployed in two ways: hosted by the exchange, or as a local software installation. The exchange envisages UnaVista being deployed for multiple functions including reference data management, proprietary data management, matching, pre and post-settlement reconciliation and multi-system integration and reconciliation.
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London Stock Exchange Enters Reconciliation Game With UnaVista
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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.
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