The London Stock Exchange has launched two new products, SEDOL Validator (SEVAL) and the Data Validation Service (DVS). SEVAL enables users to validate their securities masterfiles against the SEDOL Masterfile held at the Exchange. The DVS is a generic data reconciliation engine that enables users to rapidly validate multiple sources of data. SEVAL and the DVS can be accessed via a secure web service, which is hosted and operated by the Exchange.
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Firms across the board are struggling to gain a comprehensive view of their counterparty risk. In the wake of the Credit Crisis, regulators have increased their focus on pushing firms to not only better understand risk exposure, but also be able to provide evidence of the analysis they use to create their view of risk....
ISO has defined a standard approach for Certification Authorities to embed Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs) within digital certificates. The move to simplify LEI integration paves the way for all digital certificates to be linked by a universal identifier to verified and regularly updated entity reference data, in a freely accessible repository, and also can contain the...
The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
Entity data management is this year’s hot topic as financial firms focus on entity data to gain a better understanding of customers, improve risk management and meet regulatory compliance requirements. Data management programmes that enrich the Legal Entity Identifier with hierarchy data and links to other datasets can also add real value, including new business...