Nordic Financial Systems (NFS), a provider of technical and business integration services to the treasury industry, has launched Market Information Interface, which allows users of its Finance KIT to receive end-of-day pricing data from vendors including Reuters and Bloomberg for portfolio valuation and risk measurement purposes. According to NFS, MII – developed in conjunction with a leading Swedish government institution – provides an alternative to companies who do not require this information in real-time as it is currently offered. The MII product provides static and semi-static data using File Transfer Protocol (FTP) files from a host-to-host link with a market information provider. The upload of the data feed is scheduled on the Finance KIT server and can be configured to run as often as needed.
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Upcoming Webinar: Entity identification and client lifecycle management – How financial institutions can drive $4 billion in cost savings
Date: 21 January 2021 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes A new model in Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) issuance has created significant opportunities for financial institutions to capitalise on their KYC and AML due diligence. By becoming Validation Agents and obtaining LEIs on behalf of their clients, financial institutions...
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...
Now in its 10th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in NYC explores the shift to the new world where data is redefining the operating model and firms are seeking to unlock value via data transformation projects for enterprise gain and competitive edge.
he US may seem to be ahead of the rest of the world in terms of championing the data management cause with the inclusion of reference data focused items in the Dodd-Frank Act, but Europe is not too far behind. Senior European level officials such as European Central Bank (ECB) president Jean-Claude Trichet have taken...